The Intercollegiate Rocket Competition (IREC) gathers students across the world to design and build a rocket that reaches an altitude of 10,000 ft (approximately 3 km) or 30,000 ft (approximately 9 km). The rocket needs to carry 8.8 lb (4 kg) of payload. As a part of this competition, team DUSTER, formed by students from three Swiss universities designed and built a rocket targeting an apogee of 3 km. The rocket's propulsion system is a Commercial-Off-The-Shelve solid motor. Custom avionics inside the rocket nosecone log and transmit telemetry back to the ground, control the ejection of the nosecone and the payload deployment. A payload is placed in the rocket. This payload consists of an autonomous glider that is ejected at apogee. The technology behind both the rocket and the payload, together with concepts for this year's glider and future autonomous fleet of gliders, are presented in this paper. The design process and manufacturing, along with tests done and issues faced over the course of the project are also outlined along with the solutions and recommendations for future iterations.