Cool video on the Australian UAV contest (including high school contestants)

The folks behind the Australian Outback Challenge, an amateur UAV contest, have just posted a great video from their inaugural competition, held this September. It had two levels. The first, for high-school students, involved one team member controlling a R/C plane while another used onboard telemetry to guide the pilot over a target, on which they were supposed to drop a golf ball. The second, for university and above contestants, required a real UAV, with the aim of find a "lost hiker" (a dummy in the outback) and dropping a water bottle. Nobody successfully completed either mission, but my Californian neighbors at Dionysus Design came closest in the second category and won on points. Here's the video:

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