The National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition is a student robotics competition designed to encourage development and innovation in the field of robotics. NIARC features competing student teams representing the top universities from across Australia and New Zealand, with each team developing an autonomous robot within 7 months, ultimately competing in a live competition at […]
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.
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 […]
NQRoS was featured on the local news in Townsville! On Friday the 22nd of May, QUT Robotics Club participated in the inaugural North Queensland Robotic Sumo Competition (NQRoS) hosted by James Cook University (JCU) in Townsville. We took a team of 5 Robotics Club members and three robots to the competition. The original project page […]
Team Supremos finished putting their robot together today, and tested with some example code. Here are some photos:
Thursday 2nd of April at 17:00–19:00, GP-S519 A C workshop! Programming is a very important part of robotics, and now we’re going to show you the basics of it. The class will focus on basic microcontroller skills like manipulating registers and using interrupts. We’ll just blink some LED’s and push some buttons, but the idea […]
Thursday March 26 at 17:00 – 19:00 GP – G216 This week we will be introducing fundamental concepts in mechanical design as they apply to robotics, and the use of CAD programs for modelling.
12 March at 17:00 in GP-S1129 Last week we made a simple 555 timer circuit on a breadboard. This week, we’re extrapolating on that by designing a similar circuit as a circuit board.
Great turn out to welcome night on Friday week 1. We had talks about what the club is about and our plans for this year, projects including NIARC and the QUTRC sumo-bot competition, and the workshops schedule for semester 1. We also had guests from several other clubs and some academics present. And of course, […]