The students of Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology (GIKI) partook in the Design, Build and Fly challenge in the United States of America and got the subsequent position. Group Invictus from GIKI figured out how to win the second prize in the opposition facilitated by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
The opposition had support from students from all over the globe including prestigious organizations like MIT, UC Berkeley, and Stanford.
The 2021 emphasis of the opposition planned to assemble and test a UAV with a towed sensor. All understudy groups were entrusted to configuration, manufacture and exhibit capacities of their crewless radio-controlled airplane, which is intended to meet a particular mission objective.
As per techjuice, GIKI’s group utilized progressed producing methods which included 3D printed parts and a case and blast airplane setup to prepare their plan.
The renowned challenge is supported by the American Cessna Aircraft Company and Raytheon Missile Systems.