Authors: Connor Kneebone, Alexander Cavalli, Jack Williams, Matthew Williams, Graham Stock, Charlotte Drury, Anthony Gambale, Michael Cavalli, Nathaniel Kneebone, Martin Hosking, Alexander Thorning
Published: 20th of March, 2020
The Semi-Autonomous Rescue Team (herein known as the S.A.R.T.) is a group of STEM enthusiasts originally formed in early 2015 with the intent of developing and creating a robot capable of competing in the 2016 Rapidly Manufactured Rescue Competition (RMRC) at RoboCup in Leipzig, Germany. The current team is focusing on modifying the new base design, introduced at the Sydney RoboCup in 2019, to be more compact, functional and reliable.
A major focus of development since last year’s competition has been the formal implementation of the SIGHTS software, a complete, open-source teleoperation software suite compatible with most robot hardware.
The team is also in the process of developing a partnership with an industry leader in network communication technologies and look forward to seeing how this partnership will enhance the wireless communication abilities between our robot and control panel.
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Wow, this is a really comprehensive TDM. Great work guys! Looks like it was a joy to write!
And a joy to read! Great to see where the team is going this year. Fascinating stuff for sure!