We are glad to inform that the Institute of Aviation has become our official sponsor. It will support us with part of funds needed for the development and construction of MelAvio’s Unmanned Aerial Vehicle M-6 prototype which goal is to take part in UAV Outback Challenge competition.
Thanks to MelAvio’s sponsors – Evatronix and Altium companies, MelAvio members took part in a training that covered designing PCBs using Altium Designer Software. Workshops took place on 17-19 July and helped to expand MelAvio’s capabilities related to electronics design. It is worth to remember that MelAvio is officially using Altium products for electronics development.
On 26th of July we have successfully conducted tests of propulsion tilting mechanism for MelAvio’s QuadTiltRotor project. Tests have shown that our computations related to vibrations and deformations were correct. It helped to prove that the designed mechanism has meet previously stated objectives.
Jak na razie, w UAV Outback Challenge 2014 pojawiły się zespoły z krajów zaznaczonych na niebiesko. MelAvio jest dumne, że będzie reprezentować nasz kraj na tym ważnym wydarzeniu.
On 10-11th of June, MelAvio members took part in Altium FPGA training thanks to our sponsors – Evatronix and Altium companies. MelAvio expanded its possibilities in designing electronic circuits.
In between 15-17 May, MelAvio took part in V International Conference on Scientific Aspects of Unmanned Mobile Objects at the Polish Air Force Academy in Dęblin. MelAvio presented its achievements in the field and gathered valuable knowledge from scientists active in the field of unmanned vehicles.
Warsaw University of Technology team composed of SAE and MelAvio members has won SAE Aero Design 2013 West in 3 categories, winning 6 additional prizes. We are especially happy to announce that our Advanced class aircraft capable of not only carrying heavy cargo (7kg) but also delivering expendable cargo (1.7kg) to a target has …