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Team FOXTROT & Team NUST Airworks all set to participate in UAS Challenge 2020

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) UK has been at the heart of the mechanical engineering profession since 1847. With the vision to improve the world through engineering? IMechE has over 120,000 members in 140 countries.

About the UAS Challenge

CAD model of Team FOXTRTOT's UAS Challenge 2020

Launched in 2014 with the key objectives of developing professional engineers and inspiring the next generation, the Challenge is now a highly anticipated event attracting teams from across the UK and around the World. Each annual Challenge cycle kicks-off in September, ending with a final event in June the following year. Teams of undergraduates from all over the world take part in the Challenge. They undertake a full design and build cycle of a UAS with specific mission objectives.

The Challenge bridges the gap between academia and industry in developing applied UAS-related activities, providing the perfect opportunity to strengthen links with industry, other universities and enhance employment opportunities for graduates in the aerospace sector. 

Competitive university teams from all around th

e world participate in this discernible challenge. Team FOXTROT and NUST Airworks, the pride of Pakistan have been participating in the UAS Challenge regularly. It is worthy to notice that team Nust Airworks were awarded the "Media and Engagement Prize" in the UAS Challenge 2018. (Click the image below to view their award winning video)

Team FOXTRTOT of has also had its share of worthy achievements and has put tireless efforts in all areas of the challenge in the past years. This year, Team FOXTRTOT's CAD model of the UAS challenge participating aircraft had been featured on IMechE website, letting the team stand out from all participating teams across the world and making the nation proud!