The RoboJackets will be returning from the holidays with the 2017 FIRST Robotics Competition. This annual event marks the start of the build season for high school students across the world participating in this incredible competition. The RoboJackets are proud to help host this huge event, welcoming over 1,700 rising engineers to the Georgia Tech campus. We hope you will join us January 7th for this exciting start of the 2017 FRC season.
See our Kickoff page for the latest event information.
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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.
Calling all current and future RoboJackets members! RoboJackets is holding its General Interest Meetings on Tuesday, September 6 and Wednesday, September 7 at 6:00pm in Howey L4. Any student interested in joining RoboJackets should attend one of the two meetings, which will feature the same content.
This is the meeting where we’ll tell interested students all about our different teams, the projects we’ll be working on this year, and when we’ll be meeting this semester. If you can’t make it, don’t worry! We’ll be sending out all of the information to our general mailing list, which you can join here.
Pizza and drinks will be provided.
Please RSVP by clicking the day you plan on attending.
Our RoboCup team traveled to Leipzig, Germany for the 20th annual RoboCup competition. We learned a lot for next year and had a lot of fun! We look forward to next year’s RoboCup competition in Japan, where we plan on improving our new fleet of robots!
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Congratulations to RoboRacing for winning first place at the International Autonomous Robot Racing Challenge!
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