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Government of India is organizing a Drone Olympics under which various drone competitions shall be held and winners will be honoured with medals and Cash Prize

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Government of India is organizing a Drone Olympics under which various drone competitions shall be held and winners will be honoured with medals and Cash Prize

UAV market is one of the fastest growing market today. Starting from expensive military UAVs or small consumer toys, UAVs are now venturing into commercial space, be it basic surveillance, photography, site inspections, monitoring crops, collecting geographical data, delivery services. Avenues are limitless.

Here come the opportunity for all the UAV manufacturing enthusiasts to showcase the capabilities of the Drones they are manufacturing.

Government of India is organizing a "Drone Olympics' under which various drone competitions shall be held and winners will be honoured with medals and Cash Prize.

Come forward and participate in the competition.

Venue

Air Force Station Yelahanka,
Bengaluru, Karnataka - 560063
India

Date of Competition

21 Feb 2019

 

DRONE OLYMPICS - COMPETITIONS

A. Surveillance Competition

To determine the surveillance capability of the participant’s products. Due to the differences in capability for various configurations of UAVs, the competition is split into two broad categories:

  • Fixed VTOL (Multirotor)
  • Hybrid Designs

The weight classes that shall be considered for the competition are:

  • 4 Kilograms
  • 4-7 Kilograms

Evaluation Criteria

The candidates shall be evaluated on the following (in order of priority) three parameters, with scores given based on weighted averages of each category:

  • Flight Time (40% Weightage)
  • Live Transmission Range in Full HD/1080p resolution in “Free band” S & C (40% Weightage)
  • Detection of Human sized targets (20% Weightage)

In the case of a tie, the winner shall be determined based on the Flight time first, then the Live transmission range, and then the detection of the human sized targets.

The competitions are defined below:

Electric Pure VTOL (Multirotor)

  • Competition 1: < 4 Kilograms
  • Competition 2: 4 - 7 Kilograms

Electric Hybrid Designs

  • Competition 5: < 4 Kilograms
  • Competition 6: 4 - 7 Kilograms

B. Weight Drop Challenge

To assess the weight dropping capability of UAVs.

Evaluation Criteria

Participants shall be judged based on the MTOW weight of the UAV that is required to complete a round trip deliver a 2 Kilogram weight to a designated target 2 Kilometers away. The winner shall be determined by the lightest machine that drops the weight successfully.

C. UAV Formation Flying Challenge

Two categories of UAVs are allowed to participate in this challenge

  • Fixed VTOL (Multirotor)
  • Hybrid UAV

The applicants, with 12 UAVs, shall demonstrate the following shapes in the vertical plane:

  • A Minus Sign (Minimum 5 UAVs)
  • A Formation (Minimum 5 UAVs)
  • A Three Spokes (Minimum 7 UAVs)
  • A Division Sign (Minimum 7 UAVs)
  • A Plus Sign (Minimum 9 UAVs)
  • A Multiplication Sign (Minimum 9 UAVs)
  • A Triangle Shape (Minimum 9 UAVs)
  • A Square Shape (Minimum 12 UAVs)
  • A “I” Letter Shape (Minimum 12 UAVs)
  • A “O” Shape (Minimum 12 UAVs)

Evaluation Criteria

  • Static Demonstration of the Shape for at least 30 seconds
  • Shapes requiring the same number of UAVs need to be done in the same flight.

 

PRIZE MONEY DEATILS

Competition

1st Prize (INR)

2nd Prize (INR)

3nd Prize (INR)

Surveillance : Fixed VTOL (Multirotor), <4 Kg

3,00,000.00

1,50,000.00

50,000.00

Surveillance : Fixed VTOL (Multirotor), 4-7 Kg

3,00,000.00

1,50,000.00

50,000.00

Surveillance : Hybrid Designs, <4 Kg

3,00,000.00

1,50,000.00

50,000.00

Surveillance : Hybrid Designs, 4-7 Kg

3,00,000.00

1,50,000.00

50,000.00

Supply Drop Challenge

5,00,000.00

3,00,000.00

100,000.00

Flying Formation Challenge

5,00,000.00

3,00,000.00

100,000.00

 

General Conditions for Participation in ‘Drone Olympics’

I. All the participant are required to comply to the following Terms & condtions:-

  1. All teams/individuals need to register online by filling up the registration form and attaching requisite documents. Incomplete form will not be accepted and would entail the Individual team not being selected for participation.
  2. All participants shall abide by the timelines as given in the website from time to time. Non-adherence would entail disqualification of the team.
  3. The Participant would comply the Guidelines of Government to India in regard to Communication restrictions as stipulated in M/o Communication and Information Technology Notification Dated 28.1.2005. Summary of Communication restrictions is attached at Annexure-1.
  4. The Participant would take all the necessary permissions / clearances required for import of equipment from concerned authorities of Govt of India such as DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation), DoT(Department of Telecommunication), DGFT( Directorate General of Foreign Trade ), MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs), MoD (Ministry of Defence).
  5. The Participant would undertake that:
    1. They have Competency for operating the UAVs for ‘Drone competition’.
    2. They will strictly adhere to guidelines / instructions issued by appropriate authority of Government of India time to time, required to ensure security and safety of equipment, people, assets during the course of Drone Olympics.
    3. All the data captured in any form during the competition, shall be erased permanently from all type of storage media at the end of the competition and evidence for the same shall be given to appropriate authority of Government of India.
  6. The participants would be solely responsible for the safety and security of their equipment.
  7. The participants will strictly adhere to all security norms/restrictions as instructed by the Government of India from time to time.
  8. The expenditure on travel, boarding and loading rests on the individual team and Government of India is not liable for any breakages/damages/injury (to self/other people) during the complete course of the participation. (Third party liability insurance is recommended)
  9. In case there is more than one winner then the prize amount would be divided amongst the joint winners.
  10. Participants will be liable for any damage/collateral damage/injuries that would occur to any third party/team members/participants/public at large, Government Assets during the competition while flying their respective drones.
  11. The decision of Jury detailed by the Government of India for Prize money will be final and binding. It will not subject to any dispute.
  12. The Government of India reserves the right to request further and/or additional, documentation.
  13. For the publicity / advertising of the given competition the Government of India might use the provided documentation. The applicants can opt out of the above but shall need to state the same at the time of providing the information to the Government of India.
  14. The Government of India reserves the right to cancel or postpone the event without any notification, if it is satisfied that due to circumstances the proposed event cannot be held. Under such circumstances, the prospective participants are not entitled for any compensation or relief for the loss of any kind they may suffer.
  15. The Government of India holds the right to make any changes and amendments to these terms and conditions at any time without giving any prior knowledge whatsoever.

II. The participants are required to submit the UAV system/equipment details as per prescribed form.

III. Related Downloads

S No. Subject Link
1. Communication Restrictions Summary View
2. M/o Communication and Information Technology Notification Dated 28.1.2005 View
3. Form for submission of UAV system/Equipment details View


Government of India is organizing a Drone Olympics under which various drone competitions shall be held and winners will be honoured with medals and Cash Prize

Government of India is organizing a Drone Olympics under which various drone competitions shall be held and winners will be honoured with medals and Cash Prize
For more information visit http://aeroindia.gov.in/drone
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Last Date for Apply : Saturday January 26 2019
(Note : Last date for Apply may vary, if any corrigendum published on the official website. So visit official website regularly for any corrigendum /Admit Card / Exam Result/ Previous Year Question Papers)


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