Open-source drone projects competition

Dates: June 10, 2021 — April 10, 2022
Applications deadline: October 31, 2021
WHAT IS THE COPTERHACK?
CopterHack 2022 is an international open-source competition on aerial robotics projects. The mainstream of the CopterHack 2022 is a team competition with a free choice of the project topic. In addition, this year we organize a second category — company cases.

The proposed projects have to be open source and be compatible with the Clover quadcopter platform. Throughout the competition, teams will work on their ideas and/or company cases, bringing them closer to the state of the complete product. Industry experts will assist participants through lectures and regular feedback.
What does participation in CopterHack give?
Mentorship
Technical support and expert supervision for your project.
Prize fund
The total prize fund is $14500.
Equipment
The opportunity to get a Clover drone with a 50% discount.
Sign up for CopterHack 2022
JURY
The Jury will be updated
Oleg Ponfilenok
COEX CEO
Leader and the founder of COEX.
Believes that the creation of "products of the future" is available even for novice teams.
Annually organizes and sponsors contests and hackathons for the development of new drones and related technologies.
Andrey Korigodskii
COEX CTO
A COEX veteran. The author of the very first ideas and concepts, which were embodied in the constructor of the programmable
quadcopter "Clover" and other products of the company. Represents COEX at many conferences and meetups.
Oleg Kalachev
COEX Lead developer
The main developer of the Clover platform, makes a great contribution to the implementation of projects for the creation of autonomous drones. A strict and unbiased jury member who can answer any questions related to programming, or point in the right direction.
Alexander Fomenko
UAS Lab Coordinator, MTSU
One of the first drone technology teachers at COEX. Former tutor and nationwide team leader for education in aero technology. Expert in UAS operation and project based learning. Now coordinates the UAS lab in Middle Tennessee State University, United States.

Damian Mooney
Autonomous Operations Group Coordinator, NMU
RPAS Consultant with the MandelaUni Autonomous Operations group at Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth. An aviation career spanning 20 years as an Airline Transport Pilot and Instructor in the South African Airforce and the commercial sector.
It is important for us
"To identify the best teams and projects to help in their implementation and further support in order to develop the community and the Clover platform."
The teams of the best projects will be able to continue their independent development in a partnership with COEX."

Oleg Ponfilenok,
CEO of COEX
It is important for us
"To identify the best teams and projects to help in their implementation and further support in order to develop the community and the Clover platform."
The teams of the best projects will be able to continue their independent development in a partnership with COEX."

Oleg Ponfilenok,
CEO of COEX
Recommended videos