The Autonomous Aerial team was formed in 2009 and competes in the International Aerial Robotics Competition. For the 2013 competition, the vehicle must navigate through a building, remove a flash drive from a table, and replace it with a new one.Visit here for more.
The Mars Rover team has competed in the University Rover Challenge since 2008, when they took first place. The teleoperated rover must perform a variety of tasks, including locating bacteria, locating a distressed astronaut, and manipulating a control panel.Visit here for more.
OSURC is participating for the first time in an autonomous underwater vehicle competition in San Diego this summer. The team is designing a small underwater robot to navigate a course of buoys, pipes, and hydrophcurrents. Some of the subsystems include underwater acoustics, propulsion, cameras, and pressure vessels.Visit here for more.