Team Bath Drones is a group of final-year engineering undergraduate students who work to build a competitive autonomous Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS).
Engineering & Design student competition teams
Our student-led competition teams design, build and race a range of fuel, electric and autonomous vehicles each year, competing in the UK and worldwide.
Team Bath Racing Electric (TBRe) is the UK’s top electric Formula Student team and the first UK electric team to compete abroad.
Team Bath Racing is a team dedicated to designing and building a single-seat race car to compete in Formula Student competitions around the world.
Bath Zero builds fully electric motorcycles to race in competitions across the UK and Europe.
Green Bath Racing designs and builds ultra-energy-efficient cars.
Team Bath Drones Marine is the newest competition team that designs, builds and programmes Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV).
Nadia Domanski tells us how her experience of project managing the build of an electric superbike improved her confidence and helped her secure a graduate job.
For his final-year project, Aerospace Engineering student, Hemant Chudasama is investigating the flying wing of Team Bath Drones' Unmanned Aircraft System.
Stefano Dallavalle tells us about being Project Manager of Team Bath Racing Electric.
Oli Cartlidge joined Team Bath Racing in his first year of university and is now working as the team's Chassis Manager.
A team of mechanical engineering students designed a vehicle able to travel a distance equivalent of travelling from Bath to Boston on a single gallon of fuel
In their maiden outing at the European Robotics League (ERL) Emergency Robotics Challenge, Team Bath Drones Marine were awarded the "Best Rookie" prize.
The University of Bath’s student drone team, Team Bath Drones, was awarded the SESAR special prize at the European Robotics League 2019 in Seville, Spain.
The University’s Formula Student combustion racing car team, TBR, has set its sights on winning this year’s Formula Student UK event at Silverstone in July.