Lazarus, designed to meet the objectives of AUVSI student UAS competition.Lazarus is a modified Sig Rascal 110 R/C aircraft controlled by the ArduPilot Mega, an open-source autopilot. Capable of following dynamically changing waypoints, Lazarus  provides real time reconnaissance to an Imagery terminal on ground using a gimbal stabilized point and shoot camera. The transmission of captured images takes place on a 2.4GHz secured wireless link. The received images are then processed for actionable intelligence. Modular in design,Lazarus can be brought to flying state in less than 40 minutes. Safety being of paramount importance in all aspects of UAS operations, ANACODA  can be controlled by its Mission Control Centre over a 2.4 GHz secured wireless link as a Remotely Piloted Vehicle (RPV) and also by a 2.4 GHz Radio transmitter remote under full manual control.

Technical Specifications
-GTOW : 15.84 lbs
-Wingspan: 2.5metres
-Power: 10s Lipo 8000Mah
-Cruise Velocity: 14m/s
-Endurance: 35 minutes