Engineering & Research Platform for Ages 16+

Competitive UAS 
Research & Esports

Attract and retain undergraduate students through competitive Drone Soccer programs, who also serve as mentors for community K12 outreach. 

College Drone Soccer is a full-contact sport with aircraft powerful enough to shatter carbon fiber, played safely within a netted arena. Can be implemented as a engineering design capstone project or as a high-visibility esport for community engagement. 

Multidisciplinary engineering teams can apply methods in aeronautics, mechanical engineering, aviation electronics, manufacturing, and autonomy. 

What is Drone Soccer?

Global Engineering Competition

See how a team of teenage students defeated every team in the world, including universities and professionals, to become the first World Champions in 2023. Collegiate programs create real recruitment pathways to local districts.

NDAA-Compliant Technology for Federal Funding

All of our technology is compliant with the NDAA and American Security Drone Act of 2023, proudly made in Europe with a China-free supply chain for federally funded programs. 

Feel the Prop Blast 

Aircraft with 5-inch blades weighing up to 1.1kg smash into the opposing team in midair, sending parts flying. Pilots fly 5v5 as they fight for a path for their designated Striker to score, and try to keep their aircraft in one piece.

Real-World Engineering

Design and fabricate custom aircraft to survive the demands of a Drone Soccer competition, and operate in GPS-denied and enclosed spaces. Can support graduate and postgraduate research into AI and autonomy.

High-Visibility Outreach Programs

Michelin XL Drone Arena 

Rugged and reparable, this netted enclosure is the size of a volleyball court and inflates in thirty minutes. Compliant with international and World Cup rules at 25 ft x 50ft, and 15ft tall. Stores on a single pallet for easy use in any gym. Custom branding is available with a 3-week production turnaround, secure your slot now

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