The University of North Dakota hosted the 2019 Collegiate Drone Racing Championship (CDRC).
UAS Pilots from across the nation traveled to Grand Forks, ND to test their skills and determine the fastest pilot in the nation. This was the first year UND has hosted the CDRC.
2019 Collegiate Drone Racing Championship
The University of North Dakota was proud to host the 2019 Collegiate Drone Racing Championship on April 13-14.
Video Producer: Peter Monsrud
The University of North Dakota is located in Grand Forks, N.D. UND is the world-renowned leader in aviation, and the first university to offer a degree in unmanned aircraft systems.
The championships were held in the UND High Performance Center. Normally an indoor training facility for the Fighting Hawks athletics teams, the facility transformed as a championship drone racing course.
The HPC is a 200,000-square-foot, climate controlled facility that features bleacher seating and space for pilots and sponsors.