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At EnviroDrone, we work with an interdisciplinary student-focused group that aims to build, study, and design the next generation of unmanned aerial systems. University of Windsor UAV team aims to provide an avenue for every student to progress their educational, personal, and career goals, actively promoting interdisciplinary inquiry, and solve real world problems.

The Software subsystem is responsible for design and implementation of the aircraft's autopilot, the algorithms for computer vision, implementing onboard automatic image recognition and designing ground stations controls and image recognition software.

The Aeromechanics subsystem designs and builds the airframe. Working in tandem with the avionics subsystem they make sure the airframe meets competition requirements.

The Electrical subsystem designs and builds RF communication systems, power budget control, and work closely with avionics. They will be constructing a high bandwidth data-link for the competition.

University of Windsor's Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) is a student-run chapter of the Intercollegiate Association for Unmanned Systems Canada (USC) Student Unmanned Aerial Systems Competition. The competition requires students to design, integrate, report on, and demonstrate a UAS capable of autonomous flight and navigation, remote sensing via onboard payload sensors, and execution of a specific set of tasks. The competition is broken down into 3 graded components. A technical journal that describes the technical aspect of the UAV, a Flight Readiness Presentation and a Mission demonstration.

The students primary tasks include autonomous flight (takeoff, navigation, landing), target recognition and localization. Additionally, they must be able to perform automatic classification of targets, data transfer from the drone while in the air to a ground station, third-party system interoperability, on-target object capture and recovery.

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Unmanned Systems Canada - 2017

semi-finalist in the presigeous shell ocean xprize.

EnviroDrone has designed a revolutionary Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) for a chance to win the “Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE,” a global competition, which comes with a prize purse of $7 million dollars, of which $4 million will be awarded to the team that garners first place.

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