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The goal of our drones is to make medical aid available to everyone. Our 3D-printable drones can be faster, cheaper and more sustainable than traditional ambulances. This means aid can be delivered in places where that previously wasn’t viable.

The goal of our drones is to make medical aid available to everyone. Our 3D-printable drones can be faster, cheaper and more sustainable than traditional ambulances. This means aid can be delivered in places where that previously wasn’t viable.





2021 – Phoenix

DroneTeam Twente has developed the drone Phoenix for the 2021 UAS Challenge, which won the Most Promising award. Phoenix has mixed both plane and quadcopter technology, as the drone is able to take off and land vertically while also achieving high speeds over long distances thanks to the wings. This is ideal for emergency relief.


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2020 – VAU2

With our innovative design, containing highlights such as a tilt-rotor mechanism, a 3D-printed modular frame and combined vertical stabilizers and landing gear VAU2 won the ‘Most Innovative’ award at the UAS Challenge 2020


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2019 – Toothless

Toothless is a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) Drone that participates in the UAS Challenge 2019 and is developed for delivering humanitarian aid.


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2018 – DronoBox

The DronoBox workshop is specially designed so that anyone can build a complete drone in barely an hour! The parts are edited in such a way that no soldering is required and participants only need to use their hands and screwdrivers to fully build it, like an IKEA package! You can contact us for the possibilities of receiving a DronoBox workshop.

Other projects

Our members participate in many other research projects, from improving drone safety to scanning forests and researching airships.



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