A drone designed for disaster areas
Our 2021 UAS Challenge drone Phoenix is an autonomous 3D-printable drone build for disaster relief in remote areas. It can deliver up to 3 kg of medical equipment at a top speed of 115 km/h. The drone can take off and land like a helicopter and then transition to plane mode to have a range of more than 30 kilometers. It won us the Most Promising award.
🏆 2021 iMechE UAS Challenge – Most Promising Team
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December 20, 2021
We are DroneTeam Twente, the first and only competitive student drone team in the Netherlands. Made up of 13 international and interdisciplinary students, we work towards the development and application of drones for humanitarian aid. This is done through fully autonomous drones that can deliver packages, even at locations which are difficult to quickly access for aid workers.Read more
October 16, 2021
This week, DroneTeam Twente will be present at Dutch Design Week 2021. In this article we explain what we do.
In many rural areas, aid in any form is hard to access. The roads are unsuitable for cars, villages relocate without letting the authorities know. This can lead to many problems if, for example, an ambulance is needed.Read more
October 1, 2021 | Author: Wiebe de Jager
Wiebe de Jager van Dronewatch spreekt met de nieuwe technisch manager van DroneTeam Twente, Phillippe Damoiseaux, over de ontwikkeling van drones. Het interview is ook te vinden op Dronewatch
Wat is DroneTeam Twente?
“DroneTeam Twente is het eerste en enige competitieve studenten droneteam van Nederland.”Read more