Kashmir-Robotics along with it's partners is hosting the international Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge. wcUAVc fosters innovation and invention among students, hobbyists, academics, and corporations worldwide in the design, fabrication, and utilization of unmanned aircraft to assist with counter poaching of endangered species.
The Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge is pleased to announce the final competition will take place between November 1 - 8, 2014. We are excited that Amakhala Game Reserve will be hosting the final competition. Booking details for teams and public attendees will be released on April 1, 2014.
When you purchase products at Kashmir-Rose proceeds benefit wildlife protection programs.
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Founder of wcUAVc
CEO, Kashmir-Robotics a division of Kashmir World Foundation (KWF) a nonprofit organization.
We are honored to have Dr. John Langford join the Wildlife Conservation UAV Challenge's Leadership.
Dr. Langford founded Aurora Flight Sciences in 1989 in order to design and manufacture high altitude UAVs that could be used for global climate change research. In 2004, Dr. Langford received Virginia’s Outstanding Industrialist award for his contribution to business development in Virginia.