Outback Challenge wrap up from Latitude 38S UAV Team.

Well, the dust has settled on the competition now and we made it home after a very long drive from Kingaroy. Well done to UND...

Outback Challenge full results.

Congratulations again to all that entered, here are the full results of the 2010 Outback Challenge:- Search and Rescue 1. University of North Dakota    ...

Outback Joe was next to his car

I guess all the clues were there from his tweets. Interesting video that shows the scene of the drop and what the guys at...

University of North Dakota win Search and Rescue Challenge at OBC.

Coming ever so close to winning the money this year hearty congratulations must be sent to the team from North Dakota. Winning the documentary prize...

Triumph and tragedy at the Outback Challenge

Unmanned Aircraft Systems Engineering from North Dakota made Outback Challenge history yesterday. They were the first team ever to fly into the search area,...

Just one team makes it through scrutineers at Outback Challenge 2010.

Congratulations go to Team Robota, the only team to pass scrutineering both ground and air first time at the Outback Challenge yesterday. They will...

Outback Challenge gets under way.

Already Down to 8 teams for the Search an Rescue Challenge,  OpenUAS and Swinburne Uni both out before registration. The remaining teams will this...

Outback Challenge D2 decisions

1. Melbourne UAV 2. MUROC Wild-Hogs 3. OpenUAS 4. Unmanned Innovation 5. University of Sydney UAV Team 6. AusUAV 7. Swinburne UAV 8. Latitude38UAV 9. Stratos 10. Robota 11. Team Skylight 12. Unmanned Aircraft Systems...

Outback Challenge 2010, 12 teams through.

Mick Molloy, member of the technical committee for the Outback Challenge reports that out of the 21 entrants for the Search and Rescue Challenge...

Project Andromeda reveal airframe

Outback Challenge entry, Project Andromeda have unveiled a slightly modified airframe for the September UAV search and rescue challenge. Read more at their blog...