The Queen’s Aero Design Team competes in the Unmanned Systems Canada Student UAS Competition, held annually in the Spring. The team builds a remote controlled small scale fixed-wing plane and a remote controlled multi-rotor drone. Using a combination of autopilot software and human input, these unmanned aerial vehicles are used to complete precision tasks. New aircraft are designed and built each year using a variety of design software and techniques, and then constructed in shop. All disciplines and faculties are welcome to join the team, and of course, no experience is required. Come check us out! If you are interested in joining, feel free to email the captains, Benjamin Todd and Richard Mann at [email protected], or drop by BMH 115.

More information about the Unmanned Systems Canada Student UAS competition can be found on the Competition’s Website