Team Info

The NASA Space Grant Robotics team is made up of undergraduate students that compete in yearly competitions to represent the engineering excellence of ASU. These competitions challenge our knowledge and bring us new horizons and goals. This year, the team took 3rd place at the National Underwater Robotics Challenge (NURC) in Chandler, Arizona with Aquadevil. The team also traveled to Seattle, Washington to compete in the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) competition. The team mainly focuses on underwater vehicles but they have also branched out into land rovers with the project ROAR. This project (Robot On A Rocket), was a collaboration between the Space Grant Robotics team and Daedalus Astronautics to launch a payload robot a mile high and release it simulating an exploration mission. Currently the team is preparing for 2014's MATE competition, for which we will be traveling to Michigan and California. For further information, please contact Peter Tueller at ASU.