The best paper have been publisched in the International Journal of Micro Air Vehicles Volume 6 Issue 4: https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/mava/6/4
The IMAV 2014 proceedings are available at: http://dx.doi.org/
In 2014 the “International Micro Air Vehicle Conference and Flight Competition” took place in Delft, the Netherlands from 12th to 15th of August. It was organized by a committee of scientists of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft). 248 visitors from different countries attended the IMAV 2014. The competition results and the capabilities the team demonstrated were:
1st prize: National University of Singapore (Singapore) 
Onboard automatic image stitching, onboard number recognition(*), onboard autonomous laser-based room navigation, onboard computer vision based precision roof landing, autonomous takeoffs, autonomous landings (*), onboard computer vision based 7-segment digit recognition (*), autonomous flying WiFi-relay.
2nd prize: Team Dipole (Germany) 
Smallest MAV’s of the competition. Very talented FPV flight with many take-off, precision landings, reading house numbers, visiting 18 indoor rooms (several double and not counted), recognizing 16 indoor objects correctly. Geocopter auto-take-off and flight, precision auto landing and partial high resolution ortophoto.
3rd prize: Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (France) 
Autonomous takeoff, Best overall photomission, all blockades visible, full village high resolution map at 6cm/pixel, autonomous computer vision based 7-segment display reading (**), longest correct observation string, autonomous roof landing (*), reading house numbers with many ARdrones in autonomous flight. Several autonomous landings.
4th place: High Flyers (Poland) 
Autonomous Photomission (*), Autonomous Flight Blockade detection, Autonomous take-offs, precision landing, Video-based indoor ARDrone flight with several rooms and objects but many crashes and many user interactions.
5th place: AUTMAV (Iran) 
Flying router-repeater quad (*), Auto-take-off, Partial photomap, 1 Blockade, Roof-Landing (*). IP-Camera house number reading (*), ARdrone roof landing.
6th place: AKAMAV (Germany) 
Autonomous take-offs, Autonomous photomap (*), House number readings (*), Autonomous roof landing, 1 Blockade, Several manual landings.
7th place: Manchester (UK) 
Autonomous take-off, Photomission flown, minimal village map (*), 1 blockade, precision landing.
8th place: EMC+ (Iran) 
FPV flight: Take-Off, Roof landing (*), Precision Landing, House number reading (OCR software), Visited 2 indoor Rooms, Roof landing.
9th place: MRL (Iran) 
Automatic take-off, Roof landing (*), Photomission flown, map stitching error (*), automatic landing.
10th place: ARIO (Iran) 
Fixed-wing: Autonomous take-off, autonomous photomission, many manual flight interactions
11th place + Special Achievement Prize: MAVerix (Germany) 
Autonomous take-off, autonomous transitioning to forward flight as fixed-wing, onboard camera (*/no mission information recorded). Special Achievement prize for their contribution to hybrid flight, their work on de-coupling controls.
Shared 12th place: CUAF (UK) 
Autonomous Take-Off (*), Photomission (*), …
Shared 12th place: MIPTeam (Russia) 
New own design of autopilot: SmartAP. Video-based entering the house (*)
(*) Item attempted but either failed, or needed manual flight, or not according to competition rules.
(**) Item attempted in autonomous mission mode, but human intervention was needed and it got scored in autonomous flight mode.
Visit the original IMAV 2014 website: http://www.imavs.org/2014/
The proceedings of IMAV 2011 conference are available at http://dx.doi.org/