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Author: Harry J.E Day

Harry J.E Day is a long term member of BLUEsat, with a keen interest in robotics and distributed systems. Harry has been involved with BLUEsat UNSW for four years, primarily as part of the Off-World Robotics Division including two and a half as the rover software team lead, as well as a year as the society's secretary. Harry studied B Computer Science at UNSW Sydney.

Entries by Harry J.E Day

April 2018 Monthly Update

ADCS PCBs
It's been another busy month at BLUEsat UNSW. This month's major achievements include our breakthrough with the steering module of the NUMBAT rover, the creation of a successful SDR radio player in the groundstation team and progress on a new magnetorquer project in the ADCS team! Rover From the Rover CTO It's been a fantastic Month for the...

March 2018 Monthly Update

It's been another busy month at BLUEsat UNSW. This month's major achievements include our GreenSat team's success at the EngSoc pitch fair, and completion of the NUMBAT Mars Rover's core mechanical construction. Rover From the Rover CTO BLUEsat UNSW has now enrolled in the European Rover Challenge (ERC), commencing in September of this year. The whole team...

February 2018 Monthly Update

Newly constructed chassis of the NUMBAT Mars Rover.
Welcome to our February monthly update, its been another busy month at BLUEsat UNSW. As well as an amazing o-week, our teams have made massive progress across the board. Highlights include our Balloon Team's launch on the 3rd of March, and major progress in the construction of the NUMBAT Mars Rover. Rover From the Mechanical Team The...

Introduction to ROS Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWRmjBqlURE&t=773s At the start of semester we ran a number of seminars on different skills that we use at BLUEsat. In the first of these videos, former Rover Software Team Lead, Harry J.E Day went through an introduction to "the Robotics Operating System" (ROS) covering setting up ROS catkin workspaces, and basic publishers and subscribers. You...