Since our last SAM-related blog post a whole while back, we did some more tinkering in order to perfectionize its design. That being said, we updated almost the entirety of our code to our satisfaction AND redid all of the wiring in a much orderly fashion (maybe next time we'll have clean wiring from the … SAM – finishing touches weiterlesen
SAM - the sensor administration module - was awarded with a first prize by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture! THANK YOU VERY MUCH! Take a look at the "Echt Kuh'l Showroom 2020".
Due to the corona virus pandemic our progress on the different projects is stalled. We notify you about any further progress as soon as possible.
Weekly... uhm, yeah... weekly... 😉 Today we talked about the problems with the Corona virus, because perhaps we can't go to the student robotics competition. Furthermore we optimized our big robot for the eurobot competition. (author: Bastian)
At a school in India, they built a SAM according to our instructions. We got really useful feedback from them! Thank you very much!
A group of children (primary school age) visited us. These young children already engage in an environmental group. We made up several educational games. Thus they were able to learn about different climate conditions. Furthermore we built a "mini SAM" with each and everyone of them. It was an exhausting, but really fun day!
Just to show you some impressions of SAM and its journey to Finland: SAM was tested in several locations. And we learned a lot from that trip to Finland. For example: Do you know that solar panels aren't the greatest idea during a long polar night? 😉
As usual for MAI we do not stop working just because it is Christmas Season. As one of our team members went on family holiday to Finland, he took the SAM with him. Luckily it arrived there fully functional because it was very well cushioned. We are excited to gain new insights on the trip. … SAM – Exciting news – SAM is travelling to Finland weiterlesen
Merry Christmas for everyone! And let's hope for a lot of thrilling competition days in the year 2020!
The team participating in "Schüler bauen Roboter" had to learn to program. 🙂 (author: Bastian)