Thank you for attending!

September 6, 2018 3:39 pm | By Kyla Qi

We’d like to extend a big thank you to everyone that joined us at our General Interest Meetings! Here’s a recap of the information we covered if you missed it.

Please find the slides from our presentation here.

In addition to the dates on the slides, an up-to-date calendar can be found on our website calendar.

If you were unable to attend or missed one of the teams you were interested in, please sign up for the appropriate mailing lists below.

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We use Slack for most of our day to day communications. You can join our Slack workspace by going to robojackets.slack.com/signup and creating an account using your @gatech.edu email.

We are participating in Robot in 1 Weekend this weekend, September 8th and September 9th. If you’re interested in helping out to build an FTC robot in 36 hours, sign up here.

Throughout the following week, all teams will be holding new member meetings where each subteam will present their work in finer detail, and you will have a chance to interact with returning members corresponding to your subteam of choice. Feel free to attend multiple sessions and explore everything our teams have to offer!

We look forward to working with all of you. Welcome to the RoboJackets family!

Featured, General


Summer 2018 Update

August 12, 2018 11:24 am | By Kyla Qi

It’s been a busy summer for RoboJackets! Here’s a quick recap of what our teams have been up to since the end of the Spring semester:

BattleBots competed at RoboGames in Pleasanton, CA in early May. 120 lb vertical spinner Mandiii went 4-2 and took second place after only losing matches to the first place robot. Mandiii has been a focus of iterative design starting in 2012, and we were excited to celebrate years of hard work with our highest placement in competition to date.

IGVC performed at its highest level in 6 years, earning second place out of approximately 40 teams in the design competition and being one of the 11 teams to qualify out of the 36 present. This performance was thanks to their exceptional team effort to get a functional robot within a single year.

RoboRacing competed at the annual International Autonomous Robot Racing Competition this June, entering their new and improved small autonomous car, Sedani. Sedani successfully navigated the drag race autonomously, but faced some difficulties on the circuit race. Their mechanical and electrical systems are stable and the team is poised to be successful at the upcoming Sparkfun AVC in Colorado.

RoboCup significantly improved this year, successfully passing at this year’s competition in Montreal. They ended with two wins, two ties, and two losses, moving from last to 5th in their division. After competition, the team developed a working chipper prototype.

All of our competitive teams learned a lot from their competitions, and we are very excited to begin improving our robots for next year!

BattleBots, Featured, IARRC, IGVC, RoboCup, RoboRacing




RoboRacing: Sparkfun Autonomous Vehicle Challenge

September 17, 2016 12:17 pm | By Carissa Fernandez

Follow the progress of our RoboRacing team as they compete in the Sparkfun Autonomous Vehicle Challenge in Boulder, CO. Races will be live streamed at avc.sparkfun.com today from 9am to 4pm Mountain Time. Our robot Speedi will be racing in the Classic AVC race.

Tired of watching car races? No problem. Our Battlebots team has two beetle weight (3lb) class combat robots competing as well.

Featured, IARRC


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