November 5th - 9th |  Where: Zoom

Case Competition: Agri-Drones

One of the largest interdisciplinary Case Competition collaborations this Fall, with prizes to be won!

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Time & Location

November 5th,  9 AM - November 9th,  5 PM

On Zoom

About the Event

Welcome to the one of the largest interdisciplinary Case Competition collaborations this Fall! With a PRIZE POOL of up to $1000 and an opportunity to interact with advisors and judges from Pratt & Whitney, Bell Helicopter, and Deloitte, and McGill, students of all backgrounds (at any year of study) are welcome to participate and create innovative solutions. 

PRIZE: $1000

Companies involved: Deloitte, Bell Helicopter, and Pratt & Whitney

With our advisors, your teams will receive professional help with any queries you may have during the competition. Winners of the competition will also get great exposure to the professionals from the judging panel.

 

FAQ:

 

Q. Should I know anything about drones or agri-drones beforehand?

A. Absolutely not. Your ability to research topics quickly, come up with innovative solutions, and present those solutions in an appealing manner is of most importance. We have incredible resources from our advisory team that is there to help you along the way.

 

Q. Is it fine if I’m a U0 student? Do I need to be in engineering? 

A. Yes and no! We are accepting of any and all types of McGill students.

 

Q. Do we sign up in teams? How does that work?

A. All sign-ups will be individual. Complete the google form link above. Ensure that you use your McGill email. Team formation will occur over November 5th and partially on November 6th. 

 

Q. Will there be an initial selection/screening?

A. If the number of applicants exceeds the maximum capacity, applicants will be subject to initial screening. Screening involves submitting answers to a few questions after the release of the case. 

 

Q. What is the expected time commitment?

A. The case competition is structured over multiple days to reduce stress and reduce workload. The more your team can put in, the better chance your team has of taking home the prize.