2014 International Micro Air Vehicle Conference and Competition (IMAV 2014)

August 12-15, 2014 Delft, The Netherlands


Important Dates:

27 July 2014
Registration deadline for all COMPETITION visitors and competitors

3 August 2014
Registration deadline for all conference attendees


Individual registration is still possible. Click this link. Registering in time is crucial to enter the competition area!

Check out the keynote speakers of IMAV2014: E. Johnson, S. Fuller and last but not least P. Muren.


All persons visting IMAV2014 must do an individual registration! Registering in time is crucial to enter the competition area. Click here. Registrations to the competition will be closed on July 27th at midnight. All passports that need to enter the competition area must be known by then! All registrations will close on August 3th at midnight.

Videos and images for mission elements C and D are now available at the Competition page.

Updated Competition Rules are available (V1.4). Also check the most recent Safety Rules (V0.6)

The detailed schedule of the conference and competition is now available at the Schedule page.

Team registration is full. Thanks to all teams for their videos.

The International Micro Air Vehicle conference and competition 2014 (IMAV 2014) will take place in Delft, the Netherlands.

The IMAV is a yearly event that combines a scientific conference with a technological competition involving Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs). Such a combination allows research groups from all over the world to share their knowledge, and stimulates them to focus on research that can be used in real life scenarios. Every year the competition scenarios become more advanced and more extensive. However, competitors are given the opportunity to either do complete missions, or to focus on sub-elements of the mission scenario.

This year's competition will consist of a single mission that combines both outdoor and indoor mission elements. The focus is put on the following tasks: surveillance, recognition, endurance, and multi-MAV operations.



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