2007 AUVSI Undergraduate Student UAS Competition. Mississippi State University. March 23, 2007. Overview. Introduction of team X-ipiter Budget and Schedule What is a UAS? AUVSI Competition Rules and Regulations Air Vehicle System Components Real World Applications
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Student UAS Competition
Mississippi State University
March 23, 2007
Dr. Randolph Follett
ECE Assistant Professor
ASE Research Associate
Team Lead –
Savannah Ponder, ASE – Jr.
Air Vehicle Lead –
Nathan Ingle, Kinesiology – Jr.
Systems Lead –
Brandon Lasseigne, ASE – Sr.
“The complete mission objectives are for an unmanned, radio controllable aircraft to be launched and transition or continue to autonomous flight, navigate a specified course, use onboard payload sensors to locate and assess a series of man-made objects in a search area prior to returning to the launch point for landing.”
- AUVSI Student Competition Rules
– AUVSI Competition Rules
Sandwich construction with graphite/Divinycell foam
Sandwich construction with graphite/polyurethane foam
Tubular carbon main spar and anti-torque sparX-2 Construction ContinuedWings
- Static Margin: 21%
- Statically stable longitudinally
- Statically stable directionally
- Statically stable laterally
Real world application section of this brief was prepared by SGT Mike Hodges, Aviation Operations Specialist, 2-20th Special Forces Group (Airborne), member of Team X-ipiter.
If it Kwax ,it must be a Xawk!