Robotics Club 2021

A project by: SDSU Robotics Club

pledged of $2,000 target
3 hours, 52 minutes ago

Hey everyone!

Thank you all so much for your support! Whether donating or simply telling a friend about our program, you truly are making a difference. Our teams have been hard at work the past few weeks! Here’s what they’ve been up to: 

Autonomous Snowplow

The ASP team has been hard at work finalizing their robot’s design and ordering all their parts! They started welding their chassis earlier this week, the first major step in their assembly progress. After that comes wheels, electronics, and then testing different plowing strategies such as blades, blowers, and flamethrowers (not actually flamethrowers, but that’d be pretty cool).

NASA Lunabotics

Our Lunabotics team held their first open house last weekend! Dean Berdanier, Dr. Sid Suryanarayanan, and many other department heads and faculty attended and saw our robots in operation for the first time. Here’s what Dean Berdanier from the Lohr College of Engineering had to say:

“[The students] are doing really exceptional work and have been very innovative in their approach to keep sustaining their efforts. I am especially impressed with the way they are establishing and building an engaged community in EE, CS and ME. Really good stuff! I admire their independence and ability to keep going.”

Battle Rabbits

Battle Rabbits is getting ready to launch! The robots for this destructive competition are getting 3D printed in-house by our very own 3D Printing Division. The chassis, electronics, and parts will be given to high-school teams for them to assemble and program with guidance from our Mechanical and Electrical Engineering teams. We’re looking forward to what these teams come up with!

Make sure to keep sharing our story! We love to be involved in the community and share our incredible experiences with everybody! Also, please follow us on social media! We post updates on what our teams and members have been up to at Robotics. It’s a great way to see up close and personal the work that we’re doing.

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