The Droid Racing Challenge 2017 took place on the 4th of July with teams from Australia and New Zealand competing. The event was a huge success with teams improving vastly over last year, the number of competing teams doubling in size and even receiving coverage from ABC News https://youtu.be/KAYkTM2N3b0 The teams initially faced off […]
One of sponsors MathWorks for the Droid Racing competition 2017 was kind enough to put on a demonstration for the competing teams on ways to drive and control a droid using MATLAB. Check out the Demos below Differential Drive Demo Vision Demo
This semester, we decided to kick things off with a bit more of a bang. Instead of just having talks and Pizza, we decided to challenge our members new and old to quickly prototype and develop an algorithm for a robot to solve a maze. Members were offered a base design of a robot, with which […]
The Droid Racing Challenge recently hosted by QUT Robotics Club was an event designed to inspire students and general public alike about the potential of robotic vision. Results and winners were announced with a selection of media from the event in the Droid Racing Challenge Wrap-up. This article is a companion piece highlighting the technical […]
Droid Racing Challenge Project Page How to make an autonomous vehicle – the 2016 Droid Racing Challenge The task set by the QUT Robotics Club for the inaugural Droid Racing Challenge (DRC) was not a trivial one – to design a ground based vehicle capable of autonomously navigating around a track, other vehicles, and obstacles, […]
The Droid Racing Challenge is right around the corner! Teams from QUT, UQ, Griffith, and UNSW will compete next Wednesday 29th of June. Autonomous droids will race around the Kidney Lawn at QUT Gardens Point round-robin style, facing off against each other using robotic vision to navigate their way around the race course and obstacles. […]
UPDATE 15/3: Due to high levels of interest, we will be limiting the challenge to 20 teams. The first 20 teams to register before April 1st will be accepted. Please use the registration form on the webpage. The main aspect of this challenge is computer vision, and we therefore do not require all mechanical components […]
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.