The VAMUdeS Project
VAMUdeS (Université de Sherbrooke Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) is an innovative aeronautic and avionic project. This project is entirely managed by undergraduate engineering students. The group gathers more than 15 students from mechanical, electrical and computer engineering.
What we do?
Autonomous airborne solutions meant to enhance capabilities in wild fire monitoring, electrical line maintenance and search and rescue operations in unreachable regions.
Develop an expertise of autonomous systems and enrich the education of students in order to prepare them for the job market.
- Number of propellers: 6
- Propellers size: 18” x 6.5”
- Diameter (no props): 1.10 m
- Takeoff weight: 9.9 kg
- Autonomy: 7 km / 24 minutes
- Cruise speed: 10 m/s
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In 1987 the Scorpion Power System Ltd was founded by Georges, an avid RC enthusiast, for the purpose of manufacturing the highest quality glow plugs available for both sport and competition flying. These original Scorpion products received wide acclaim throughout Europe and Asia during the late 80’s, and were frequently found in the winners circles of national competitions. Over the years, the Scorpion Company grew and diversified, moving into other areas of manufacturing, but through these changes, Georges maintained his love for the RC hobby, and continued flying and competing.
LOJIQ – The International Youth Offices of Quebec – is the grouping of international youth mobility organizations, namely the Franco-Quebec Office for Youth (OFQJ) and the Office Québec-World Youth (OQMJ). LOJIQ was set up in 2007 for a unified service for Quebec youth, a communal development objective, a professional development objective and a goal of professional development and a staff of young Quebec adults in an international context. LOJIQ is also recognized as a player in the implementation of Québec’s International Policy and the Québec 2030 Youth Policy.