Unmanned Aerial Systems
This page contains information about the Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) SpaceTech Project. You are encouraged to be creative and safe in their experiences with UAS. The project area is broken out into two categories, scratch built UAS and purchased UAS. Scratch built UASs are not built from a commercially available kit and require youth to design and construct them showing maximum creativity which is the focus for this category. The purchased UAS category allows youth to purchase or reuse a UAS kit and demonstrate a practical application of UAS technology. The focus for the purchased UAS category is on the practical application of UAS.
State Fair Forms (2018)
- UAS Exhibit Form (PDF) fill out and glue to 10X13″ envelope
- UAS Judgeing Sheet (PDF)
- SpaceTech Educational Display, Notebook, and Poster Score Sheet (PDF) ****
- 2018 State Fair Rules (External Link)
**** Posters, Display Boards, & Notebooks, No additional exhibit information is required; no manila envelope is needed for these exhibits. All other exhibits need the additional information included in a manila envelope. All other exhibits need the additional information included in a manila envelope. Displays, notebooks and posters have been combined into one score sheet for all divisions. There will be no robotics challenge in 2018. The GPS/GIS program has been suspended and youth are encouraged to integrate GPS/GIS activities into other Kansas 4-H projects . An example would be using GPS/GIS in conjunction with the UAS program for mapping invasive species.
Microsoft Word documents of these files are available by contacting the Deryl Waldren or the owner of this site. Please use the contact page to request documents in that version.
Documents in PDF format can be opened using a PDF viewer such as Adobe Acrobat Reader which can be obtained from: https://get.adobe.com/reader/
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All youth participating in the UAS program should be aware of FAA Requirements for UASs and if operating a UAS follow all laws and regulations.
Federal Aviation Administration Links::
- Small UAS Registration (External Link)
- B4UFly Smartphone App (External Link)
- UAS Frequently Asked Questions (External Link)
- Getting Started (External Link)
- The Four Forces of Flight, Smithsonian Institute (External Link)
- FAR/AIM Title 14 Chapter I Subchapter F Part 107 (External Link)