Who We Are
UEM Aeromodelling Club is a club under University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur and is run by students of All Engineering Department with all the authority under Mechanical Engineering Department. This club is involved in building innovative projects and inspire students to take part in research and development in the aviation field and its motto is “Lifting future beyond vision”.
Club also works on the training and development of students through workshops, theoretical classes, and internships in the field of aviation. One can build a model plane from any material like Paper, Balsa wood, etc. It is both a hobby and sport; the hobby aspect involves building and assembling model aircraft, and the sport part involves the flying. To showcase their passion for flying the club members participate in various events.
Build your wings and Fly in Absolute Peace
Do you want to learn concepts of aerodynamics? Does aircrafts fascinates you? Do you want to learn how drones work?
Come be a part of team that is working on a drone to fight locusts menace. Join UEM Aeromodelling Club, Jaipur!
Numbers Speak for Themselves
To showcase their passion for building and flying, the club members participate in various events and competition, organize workshops and train other students. Some of our completed and ongoing projects
This project is Ornithopter which is a mimic of flying bird as UAV, An Ornithopter is an aircraft heavier than air, which flies like a bird by flapping its wings. The special feature lies in the wings that do not only generate lift but also thrust. Ornithopters are mostly built the size of birds or flying models and then are also called flapping wing model. This project is done by students of UEM Aeromodelling club. The motivation behind this work is the interest in flapping wing flight and developing mechanisms to accomplish the required mechanical objectives, which in this case is the flapping motion.
RC Aircraft and Autopilot vision based obstacle avoidance Drone
This are many RC aircraft made from XPS foam board and capable to fly up to 2 km is also used surveillance purpose. The construction and fabrication of this aircraft is done from scratch. This project is done by students of UEM. These can be upgrade in future for solar powered driven RC aircraft.
Autopilot UAV was also made by using Pixhawk flight controller capable of flying at defined path given in the ground control station.
The agro aided drone is the drone service program for all level of farmer of Udaipuria village of Jaipur, Rajasthan. This drone will be guided by RTK (Real time kinematic) technique GPS which precisely track the path given to drone, can hover about with cm accuracy level. Modeling and attitude control of VTOL is a problem which has been widely covered in the literature. Position control of VTOL is mostly realized by an additional feedback loop an attitude controller. Besides the inertial measurement unit (IMU) which is used for attitude control, additional sensors like a vision-based system or a RTK GPS sensor have to be installed on the UAV to gather absolute position data.
Hamid Raza Siddiqui