Technion Students’ UAS Wins First Prize at Tel Aviv Aviation and Space Conference

An unmanned aircraft with a wingspan of 1.9 meters and weighing four kilograms – built by aeronautical and space engineering students at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology – won first place at a Tel Aviv Aviation and Space Conference. Recently, the same entry took the top prize in the recent US Design-Build-Fly competition for large and small aircraft and eighth place in the general competition against 87 other teams.

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Source: UAS VISION

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