BLUEsat Places 9th at European Rover Challenge

The BLUEsat OWR team stands with their rover at ERC 2016. From left to right photo features Jim Gray, Timothy Chin, Denis Wang, Simon Ireland, Harry J.E Day, Nuno Das Neves, Sebastian Holzapfel , and Helena Kertesz
The BLUEsat OWR team stands with their rover at ERC 2016. From left to right photo features Jim Gray, Timothy Chin, Denis Wang, Simon Ireland, Harry J.E Day, Nuno Das Neves, Sebastian Holzapthel

BLUEsat UNSW’s rover team has achieved 9th place in the European Rover Challenge (ERC)!
We competed against 44 other qualifying teams from across the world, with 22 of those teams making it to Poland for the finals.
A big thank you to all the new and old friends we have made at the competition, as well as to our sponsors and everyone else who has helped us during the competition. We will be posting more information shortly.

The BLUEsat OWR team stands with their rover at ERC 2016. From left to right photo features Jim Gray, Timothy Chin, Denis Wang, Simon Ireland, Harry J.E Day, Nuno Das Neves, Sebastian Holzapfel , and Helena Kertesz

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.

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