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Team MAI greets all robot enthusiasts! We are looking forward to thrilling competitions and challenging projects!
Season 2020/2021 is coming to an end. We hope that everyone enjoys relaxing holidays! But remember to come back in Semptember for updates on Team MAI. 😉
The time has come, the school year and thus the season 2020/2021 is coming to an end. To end the last one and a half years on good terms a friendly match between surrounding institutions has been supervised by a jury from the TU Munich. Our team was one of the participants. We showed up … Sumo Robot Finals weiterlesen
A big thank you goes to our patron MicroNova. There was an interesting and informative lecture on project management and quality management for our team members. We really enjoyed it! Thank you!
We were unexpectedly awareded by the foundation Bildung und Wissenschaft for our ongoing commitment and our exceptional willingness to perform. Thank you very much!
After a lot of tinkering and far too many prototypes it is official now: We have a working cup grabber, we call the ARM (we're working on something this can be an abbreviation for) of the robot. Because one of our challenges is to move some cups from the outside of the arena, we have … Eurobot – ARMenious warriors weiterlesen
After 160 league matches being played in total, we managed to be on top of the league! It was because of our last league match that we made it to first place. Congratulations to the other teams that also showed great performances: Team SPA from Adelaide for winning the knock-outs, team HRS2 for winning the … Student Robotics Finals – On Top of the League weiterlesen
Another two weeks have passed, and we achieved quite a lot. Some time ago, we tried to explain how we work in our group of four. We try to keep this structureand still work like this. In the last few days, we developed nearly everything we need for SDG 13. That means in particular, that … Sustainable Development – Combat Climate Change and its Impacts weiterlesen
We are close to finishing our line following robot. Take a look: (author: Jannis)