About AEROTHON 2022
Theme: Uninhabited Aircraft System (UAS) - Design, Build and Fly Contest
Indian government is on the mission to turn the country into a Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) / Drone hub by 2030 under the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan by accelerating the pace of development of India’s Unmanned Aircraft / Drone industry. India’s UAS market could grow to INR 500 billion (US$6.8 billion) in the next five years.
Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) are used across many industries like defense, construction, infrastructure, mining, telecom, geospatial mapping, agriculture/farming, media & entertainment, law enforcement, oil and gas for surveillance, security, safety, disaster management, land survey, progress and condition monitoring through aerial photography and thermal imaging. More widespread consumer market applications will soon become realistic, keeping pace with progress in tech innovation and reduced costs. Some of these include drone-facilitated last mile delivery for the retail, healthcare and logistics sectors.
SAEINDIA Aerospace Forum is organizing AeroTHON 2022 competition for students with primary focus on developing design, build and piloting skills of Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) to prepare them industry ready for the emerging market. As part of AeroTHON 2022, students undertake a full design and build cycle of an unmanned aerial vehicle meeting specific mission requirements, culminating in a final fly-off event.
The objective of this year’s competition is to design, build and fly a UAV to meet a specific mission requirement.
Program will be conducted in 2 phases: Phase 1- Design Round, and Phase 2 - Final Round including Flight Test.
REGISTRATION GUIDELINES & FEE
- Team can comprise minimum 5 students and maximum 10 students from multiple engineering disciplines with 1 faculty advisor.
- Students have to be members of SAEINDIA. Faculty advisors are advised to become members of SAEINDIA, though it’s not mandatory. Visit: https://www.saeindia.org/become-a-member to sign up for SAEINDIA membership.
- Registration fee : Rs. 15,000/- + 18% GST
- Registration for AEROTHON 2022 opens 23rd February 2022 at 6 pm.
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4 Special Awards each of Rs. 25,000
|Registration opened for AeroTHON 2022||Feb 28, 2022|
|Rule Book Release||Mar 15, 2022|
|Registration close||April 7, 2022|
|Phase -1: Design report submission by students||June 11, 2022|
|Phase 1: Presentation submission||June 22, 2022|
|Students present design to Judges (industry and academic experts)||June 25, 2022|
|Judges (industry and academic experts) review reports & finalize scores||June 26, 2022– June 29, 2022|
|Announce winners of Phase -1 during AeroCON 2022||June 30, 2022|
|Phase 2: Physical prototype build||July 1, 2022 – Nov 17, 2022|
|Phase 2: Physical prototype inspection||Nov 18, 2022|
|Phase 2: Flying competition||Nov 18, 2022 - Nov 19, 2022|
|Awards Ceremony||Nov 19, 2022|
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The AeroTHON organizing committee and SAEINDIA shall not be held responsible for non-fulfilment of their obligations due to the exigency of one or more of the force majeure events such as but not limited to the acts of God, war, flood, earthquake, strikes, lockouts, pandemics, epidemics, riots, civil commotion, scarcity, of water, electricity or such other basic facilities etc and shall inform the participating teams on the occurrence and cessation of the event within one week of such decision being made If the force majeure conditions continue beyond a reasonable period where running the event is not feasible either due to the force majeure conditions or any other reasons, the event may be cancelled for the year. (a) Earthquake, flood, inundation and landslide, storm, tempest, hurricane, cyclone, lightning, thunder, pandemics, epidemics or other extreme atmospheric disturbances or any other act of God (b) Strikes, labour disruptions or any other industrial disturbances not arising on account of the acts or omissions of the organisers, war, hostilities (whether declared or not), invasion, act of foreign enemy, terrorism, rebellion, riots, weapon conflict or military actions, civil war, ionising radiation, contamination by radioactivity from nuclear fuel, any nuclear waste, radioactive toxic explosion, volcanic eruptions or other such occurrences beyond the control of the organisers (c) Acts of expropriation, compulsory acquisition or takeover by any government agency of the said venue where the event is to be held or any part thereof (d) Any prohibitory order of any Court.