Do you think your video is going up especially when it comes to technical videos? Civil + Structural Engineer Media announced this week an open call for proposals for the Engineering Drone Video of the Year (EDVY) 2021 competition by April 30, 2021.
Videos must be original, made from drone video collected using a drone, and should include an engineering or construction project. All submissions should be between 1 and 5 minutes in length. Participation is free.
Three finalists will be selected by C + S readers between May 3rd and 21st via online voting.
The finalists are featured in Civil + Structural Engineer Magazine. Further prizes for the winning video will be announced shortly.
Last year, the Alabama Department of Transportation’s UAS team won the competition.
Submit a video here.
- All videos must be uploaded by April 30, 2021
- The competition is open to anyone who owns the rights to a drone video containing legally preserved original material that focuses on an engineering or construction project
- Three finalists will be selected by Civil + Structural Engineer readers via online voting between May 3rd and May 21st
- Only 3 videos can be submitted per applicant
- Videos are used in marketing by Civil + Structural Engineer with attribution
Civil + Structural Engineer Media publishes business news and project information in the AEC industry. Each month, the magazine features articles from experts on engineering and construction projects, as well as cutting-edge software tools and interviews with successful engineers and thought leaders in the industry.
Past drone video competitions
The FirePoint C3 Challenge is a competition in which the teams fight for a “Final Four” phase. The four winning teams will jointly design and manufacture an integrated drone prototype that will be presented to the US Army next year.
Last year, SkyPixel and DJI launched a short film competition for drone videos for $ 50,000.
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