Join Panos Artemiadis, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, and his students from MAE 598: Digital Control: Design and Implementation, at the second ASU Autonomous Mobile Robot competition.

Thursday, April 30, 2015
Noon–1:30 p.m.
Goldwater Research Center (GWC) 535, Tempe campus [map]
The event is open to faculty, staff and students.

Ten teams of students from the MAE 598 class have been building their own mobile robots throughout the spring 2015 semester. They will now compete in a race, where the robots need to race at a specifically designed track. The robots are fully autonomous, and equipped with sensors in order to “see” and autonomously navigate the track in real-time.

Disclaimer: The robot development and control is part of the final project assigned to the MAE 598 students. Students will present their project in a separate session. Participation of the MAE 598 students at the competition is optional.

Need more details? Contact Panos Artemiadis at panagiotis.artemiadis@asu.edu.

Check out last year’s competition or watch the video below

 

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