The challenge is open to anybody but the partners will only choose 15 teams to advance to the second round. Participant will get a DJI Matrice 100, an experimental drone with collision avoidance system in order to test their applications.

The final round will require the remaining 10 teams to perform a mock search-and-rescue operation with the chance to win cash prizes up to $100,000. If you think you’ve got what it takes the head on over to the official website and register your interest from January 10th to March 10th, 2016.

Good luck!