|Mar 05, 2014, 05:19 AM|
Joined Jan 2013
2014 UAV Outback Challenge - Search and Rescue
I've got a team entry in this year's UAV Outback Challenge.
I am in the process of putting together D2.
I have learnt a little bit that I am happy to share but could probably learn from others as well.
With 70 teams entering the 2012 competition, 6 making it to Kingaroy and only 2 flying the mission and the mission still not accomplished, I think the odds stacked against us.
Here's the start of a thread to discuss.
|Today, 01:59 AM|
Just get out there and practice as much as you can and clock up the autonomous hours.
That is the difference between the teams that get there and the teams that don't.
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