The official International Micro-Air Vehicles (IMAV) conference and competition 2018 website has launched. You can find it here: https://imav2018.org/ IMAV will take place 17th – 23rd November 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. … Continue reading
RUASRT was awarded the Research Excellence Award at this year’s Enabling Capability Platform (ECP) Engaging for Impact conference. Many of the researchers involved with the team were there to receive … Continue reading
RUASRT is announcing two new exciting PhD opportunities. Scholarship opportunities also exist for both local and international students.
See more in the Research Opportunities Page.
RMIT students from the Engineering Unmanned Aircraft Systems elective competed at the second Australian Micro Air Vehicles competition on 19th October 2017. This year’s event was held at the Greensborough … Continue reading
The RMIT Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research Team (RUASRT) has been listed as a successful nominee for the RMIT Research Excellence – Team Award. This is a part of the 2017 … Continue reading
The International Micro Air Vehicles (IMAV) Competition and Conference has both an indoor and outdoor event. RUASRT took it upon themselves to enter both. For a general overview of how … Continue reading
RMIT Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research Team successfully competed in the 9th annual International Micro Air Vehicle (IMAV) conference and competition, which was held 18th-21st September in Toulouse, France. IMAV is … Continue reading
The only Australian team to enter the International Micro Air Vehicles (IMAV) competition and conference in 2017 (or, in fact, ever) is from the RMIT Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research Team … Continue reading
The winner of the inaugural RUASRT Undergraduate Student Achievement Prize for 2017 has been announced – David Tennent. This prize is awarded to an undergraduate student member of RUASRT who … Continue reading
We had a great time at Open Day talking to all the prospective RMIT students. Thanks to all who visited for asking interesting questions. Thanks also go to the volunteers … Continue reading