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.
Throwback thursday! 🙂 Here are some further pictures of the assembling procedure. SAM has a height of 230 mm, a length of 325 mm and its width is 240 mm. Our team built and set up everything themselves (mainly during the summer holidays). When the casing was finished, another teammember drew the MAI logo on … SAM – throwback to the assembling process weiterlesen
Two weeks ago a physics and geology teacher of our school came to visit us and to take a look at our project. He gave us a lot of input which we will now try to put into action in order to further improve SAM. Currently we are still trying to boost some of the … SAM – improving the sensor data weiterlesen
Besides preparing for school, we used our free time during the autumn holidays for further progressing on our bots. First of all we want to thank Henrik, a Eurobot referee, who visited us a few days ago and gave us very helpful feedback on our robots. Last week we finally carved out where exactly we … Eurobot – holiday/vacation progress weiterlesen
This week the final rules got published which made us very happy. Now we can devote ourselves to fine-tuning the design. So, our smaller bot now definitely has its wheels in the middle of its side. We also calculated the pressure that will weigh on the ball casters. Furthermore we decided to place some of … Eurobot rules finalized weiterlesen
Thank you for organizing the purchase of the buoys!
After having had a lot of fun last year, we are very motivated to take part in this year's Eurobot competitions. The topic this year is Sail the world. Our main robot should be able to bring buoys into the harbour, separate them by their colour, hiss a flag and estimate its own performance. The … Sail the world! weiterlesen