The Robotics Challenge team have set out a series of Micro Challenges for you to enjoy. Simply complete any of the challenge described and write a very brief report of your experiences and observations. Add a photo or even link to a video on YouTube if you can.
13 Mar 2019
The Quebec Bridge collapsed twice in Canada. The first time, it was in 1907, and the second time, it happened in 1916. This disaster is known to have killed as many as 88-89 workers. It was the largest Cantilever bridge in Canada and around the world. When the bridge collapsed in 1907, there were workers who were working on the Cantilever arm, and almost 55 people were reported dead, either because of the falling debris or due to drowning. It was a big disaster for them, and they thought they had learned their lesson. So, they decided to build the bridge again. The second time, the
10 Mar 2019
We have designed a robot that can detect survivors in the rubble after a natural disaster and it can move the debris and rescue the survivor!Watch the video
09 Mar 2019
If built with the correct attachment a robot can continually move a ball without losing it.Watch the video
05 Mar 2019
We have created a detailed powerpoint on the important matter of how robotics could be the future of humanitarian aid and rescuing survivors of natural disasters. Our powerpoint uses videos, images and is filled with information that is sure to persuade you that the future of search and rescue is robots.
03 Mar 2019
Our speed robot was a robostar at the regional at RAF Scampton, winning us the trophy for fastest robot.