This is the final week for signing up to the MathWorks Mission On Mars Robot Challenge. We will be closing the sign up form and contacting interested students on Monday March 21st.
Workshops for semester 1 2016 start this Friday 11th of March at 4pm, and will continue every Friday after that. This week's workshop will be in S517, but check here or the facebook group before each workshop because the location is likely to change week to week.
We've added another project to the list for this year, the Mathworks Mission On Mars Robot Challenge 2016. This is a software challenge, where you optimize a robot's behaviour in simulation, and if you do well you get to go to France and load it on an actual robot! All projects have been updated with more …
The Robotics Club welcome night had a great turnout, with most in attendance finding it worthwhile, even if just for the free pizza :). More information about the nights topics can be found around this website, particularly information about the projects we are running this year. Remember to sign up on QUT OrgSync, https://orgsync.com/login/QUT.
The Robotics Club welcome night will be held this Friday 4th of March at the S block level 11 cantina at 5pm. Speakers will include QUT Blue Box (commercialisation), research academics, QUT careers, SEF technical services, and an overview of our plans for the semester and year including workshops and projects.
QUT Robotics Club is organising a new competition in 2016, the QUT Droid Racing Competition! Find it under current projects.
The club project pages have been updated, with last year's projects archived and a new section for current projects. Find them in the menu. New projects will be added to this page throughout the year as they become available.
The calendar has been updated for 2016 with important academic dates. Look out for updates regarding our workshops and events as we prepare for this year's robotic endeavors! Find it on the sidebar.
QUT Robotics Club participated in the National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition this past Monday and Tuesday 21st & 22nd of September. NI ARC is a student robotics competition designed to encourage development and innovation in the field of robotics. The NI ARC features competing student teams representing the top universities from across Australia and New …
Today was the first day of NIARC 2015! It was all about testing and practising on the track. The teams have arrived, the track is constructed, and a full day of testing and checking is over and done. Tomorrow trophies, cash prizes, and bragging rights are up for grabs. Our robot, "Proteus", is ready, and …