Droid Racing Challenge 2019

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The Droid Racing Challenge is complete for 2019.

DRC 2019 has come to a close and it was a great competition. Thankyou to all teams who participated and to our fantastic sponsors at Boeing and Mathworks, as well as from the QUT sef engagement team. Also a massive shout out to our volunteers, couldn’t have done it without you.

A full event wrap-up and photos from the event will be completed soon so keep your ear to the ground.  If you have enquiries about the event or would like to register your interest in participating or sponsoring DRC 2020, please send an email to qutroboticsclub@gmail.com

Our winners

• 1st Place:
        Queensland University of Technology, WACT^2
• 2nd Place:
        University of Sydney, iTrack
• 3rd Place:
        University of Sydney, Dr See
• Best Design:
        University of Technology Sydney, Hot and Spicy


Best Usage of Mathworks Software:
        University of Technology Sydney, Hot and Spicy


Beginning in 2016, QUT Robotics Club has hosted the Droid Racing Challenge – a friendly competition where universities across the nation and beyond, are invited to bring their automated bots to traverse an obstacle course!

In 2019 DRC will take place on 4 July, at QUT Gardens Point, and is sponsored by MathWorks, Boeing Australia, and of course Queensland University of Technology.

Make sure you check back here regularly as more information is released.  Alternatively, Like us on Facebook, and we’ll let you know whenever this page is updated.

Best of luck to all teams!
For any questions or queries contact us at qutroboticsclub@qut.edu.au



MathWorks, makers of MATLAB and Simulink, is offering participating teams complimentary software, tutorials, and videos. They are also offering a prize to participants for the best implementation of MATLAB and other MathWorks software. Find out more about how technical computing and Model-Based Design can help you compete:

Mathworks Droid Racing Portal

Mathworks Prize Rules

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