We are a small team of engineering students comprising of both undergraduate and graduate level students. We encompass a wide variety of disciplines ranging from Computer Science to Biomedical Engineering, each bringing a unique perspectives to our work. We share a common interest in problem solving, particularly solving issues with the aid of robotic systems.
The team of dedicated faculty and students that are responsible for maintaining the club are listed below.
Faculty Mentor (ECE)
Faculty Mentor (CS)
Vice President (CS)
Managing Director (ISE)
You can find a list of all our current and past projects along with descriptions listed below. Feel free to also checkout our Youtube Channel!
Semi-Autonomous ground rover developed for the international ground vehicle competition 2019. Features a visual processing unit and a robust sensor suite. Capable of simultaneous localizing and mapping of both indoor and outdoor environments.
Veronica is a second generation fully autonomous ground rover developed by WSU robotics. She is capable of unmanned navigation, obstacle avoidance, mapping, and has a top speed of 5 mph. Her GPS system is capable of localizing within 2.5cm anywhere on the globe. She is currently being developed and is expected to be fully operational by June 1st, 2020.
The club is always looking for funding to develop new projects, partake in community outreach, and for its general upkeep. We extend our deepest gratitude to all the individuals and companies who have been instrumental in supporting us over the years. If you would like to help further our cause by donating please contact us at email@example.com
Feel free to reach out to us with job postings, sponsorship interest, or other exciting opportunities. We also enjoy hearing about other peoples robotics projects.
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Detroit MI 48202 USA
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