HKU Unmanned Aerial System Team @ 8th Inno Show

Funding Scheme/ Student interest groups (SIG) projects

Supervisor: Dr. Peng, L. (Department Mechanical Engineering)

Project information

Project descriptions

 HKU Unmanned Aerial System Team (HKU UAS) is dedicated to form a community of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) enthusiasts and its associated systems, consisting of two technical teams: Mechanical Team and Computer Science Team. The team aims to join the Student Unmanned Aerial System (SUAS) competition, situated in Maryland, U.S.A. The competition requires the team to design a UAS capable of Autonomous Flight, Obstacle Avoidance, Object Detection, Classification and Localization, and Package Delivery. HKU UAS is also developing FPV (First person view) racing drone and promotes the drone racing activities to the students. For future development, the team aims to develop real-time obstacle avoidance for the UAV and build new types of UAV, such as hybrid VTOL (Vertical take-off and landing) UAV.

Project innovation

The unmanned aerial system (UAS) is completed. The components include quadcopter, unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), imaging system and airdrop system. The UAS can operate autonomously.

Team information

Project leader: Tse Ho Lun Joshua, BEng(ME)

Team member(s):  Lee Sin Pun, BEng(ME); Chung Kin Ching, BEng(ME); Tsang Kit To, BEng(ME); Tsang Wai Ho Ricco, BEng(ME); Wong Tin Lam Sammy, BEng(ME); Jeong Yu Ho, BEng(ME); Ip Cheuk Wun Justus, BEng(CompSc); Law Siu Sing, BEng(EE); Li Chi Shing, BEng (ME); Yueh Ho Lam, BEng(ME); Guo Yue, BASc(Fintech); Aman Kaya, BEng(IELM); Mayukhraj Ray, BEng(ME); Chang Kwan Jack, BEng(EngSc); Wijono Ian Anthony, BEng(ME); Aisan Azizi, BEng(CompSc); Salvatore Patrick Yuanto, BEng(CompSc); Georgy Valencio Siswanta, BEng(CompSc)

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Winner of the Inno Show Award @ The 6th Inno Show

This project team was selected for the Inno Show award at the 6th Inno Show. 

This team has received HK$20,000 sponsorship to participate in international design competition(s) and consumables expenses to support further development of the project.

The best project award - COMP3329 Computer Game Design and Programming @ The 1st Engineering InnoShow

This project team was selected for the best project award – COMP3329 Computer Game Design and Programming at the 1st Engineering InnoShow.

PERfECT Wearables: for Minimally-Invasive and Continuous Blood-Glucose Monitoring was selected for the Inno Show Award
Photos in the Engineering Inno Show