The International Aerial Robotics Competition would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support! (Note: the cash Grand Prize is hosted by the AUVSI Foundation).
igus' Y.E.S. (Young Engineers Support) Program was created to foster the mechanical design ideas of students and educate them on the merits and benefits of plastic components. Through Y.E.S., students like you can receive FREE product donations! Please visit the Y.E.S. Program website at http://www.igus.com/yesprogram to learn more. If you are interested in receiving catalogs or samples, navigate to the "Request Info/Parts" page and fill out the Student Sample Request Form (to be eligible, you must be a representative from an officially registered IARC team listed as such at the Official IARC web site competitor list). Standard shipping applies to all requests, so please allow seven to 10 business days for delivery. Igus supplies posters, banners, decals, pens and hats to teams as well, upon request. Contact: Courtney Toomey Tel: (800) 521-2747 E-MAIL: email@example.com
DS SolidWorks Corporation would like to offer all IARC teams the opportunity to get free 12-month copies of SolidWorks with Simulation to help design/build/test their aerial robots. If any team is interested, they can go to http://www.solidworks.com/SponsoredDesignContest for more information.
MathWorks is pleased to sponsor the AUVSI Foundation Competitions. Each Team participating in a competition is eligible for an offer of complimentary software license(s). Additionally, MathWorks will provide training and technical support to help your team succeed. Learn more about MathWorks Support of the AUVSI Foundation Student Competitions.
The Georgia Tech Center for Career Discovery and Development is offering their services to team members while at the symposium. Services include resume review and career development assistance.