We’re a group of Georgia Tech students aiming to enhance the understanding of robotics and its applications. Our goal is to promote, educate, and advance the field of robotics through diverse, in-depth projects.
We are a multidisciplinary organization that enables students to gain hands-on experience with all aspects of robotics. Our environment encourages both breadth and depth, so our members can collaborate in group environments as well as pursue independent projects.
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We present existing applications of robotics, cutting-edge research, and possibilities for the future to show the versatility of robotics and the viability of careers in the field.
Through workshops, competition, and experimentation, we encourage the application and integration of concepts from coursework and develop an understanding of the multidisciplinary nature of robotics.
By pursuing student-driven projects and experiments, we expand the knowledge of our organization, our members, and the wider robotics community.
We compete in several collegiate-level robotics competitions every year. Each event has different objectives, design limits, and playing fields. Our robots range from very small and completely autonomous, to large and human-operated. Almost every project has mechanical, electrical, and software aspects, and we’re always open to new members!
Our competition teams are listed below. Click an image to see more information about the team and current leadership.
We take part in several activities to benefit the community and spread awareness of robotics. We have a team that manages our efforts in this area over a wide variety of projects.
We are producing videos to help familiarize FIRST teams with a variety of technical topics, from the basics of the electrical system and CAD to computer vision. We’re excited to announce more information about this project soon!
Throughout the year, we are active in community robotics events ranging from volunteering at the Georgia Robotics Invitational Tournament and Showcase to judging at local VEX tournaments. We also appear at exhibitions with our robots and talk about who we are, what we do, and how people can get involved with robotics in their community. If you’d like to invite us to your event, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FRC Design Reviews
Each year during the FRC off-season, we offer local teams an opportunity for us to review their robot design revisions. Our members meet with the team to review and discuss the design’s strengths and weaknesses and provide constructive criticism.