Team Resources

For a summary of the event, game rules and other information please download and review the Program Manual and Game Manual. To network with other teams, discuss the event, and ask questions of the community, please follow instructions in the Program Manual on joining the Teams Google Group. This group is utilized for these purposes by the Committee as well as teams, and is the best way to receive answers to any of your questions. For assistance or general inquries, please contact us at

Technical Resources

While we do not support any specific platform or kit of parts, teams have found useful information from many public resources. In particular, the guides available from the ArduCopter and DIYDrones aerial vehicle websites are quite useful when starting with a quadrotor-style flying robot. Teams may also build single and higher-order rotor vehicles, so consider all the possibilities! Further technical support and resources can be found through the Google Groups and Applications shared among teams and interested parties.


To register, teams must complete this online form with the appropriate information. The initial registration deadline has passed, but there are still several slots available at the venue if your team is interested in participating. Additionally, we welcome you to join the community and attend the event to observe the challenge and participate in the other activities.

image: Quadcopter Control Board