Two students posing with NUMBAT Rover in a courtyard at UNSW

April 2019 Monthly Update


Off-World Robotics From the OWR CTO April has been a quiet month for the rover and drone teams as members focus on the final stretch of the trimester. The teams focused on design reviews and part orders as our projects mature, paving the way for more substantial manufacturing and prototyping in the coming month. Bohan […]

Collaboration with Radian


GreenSat is excited to collaborate with Radian on it’s journey to creating a life grade CubeSat. Our collaboration will extend to technical assistance on the thermal management of the payload to aid the final launch that will occur in approximately 2 year’s time. One of the greatest challenges GreenSat is facing yet is maintaining the […]

March 2019 Monthly Update


Taking part in ENGsoc’s Project fair, the overall system architecture of the project our balloon team is working on approaching its final state, and more!

Taking part in ENGsoc’s Project fair, the overall system architecture of the project our balloon team is working on approaching its final state, and more!

lecture hall with over 30 students, one guy standing at the front with his back to the camera and a projector light shines bright on top

February 2019 Monthly Update


February has been a great month for BLUEsat – with our O-week stall bringing new members into the society, running workshops, preparations for a rocket launch to test our CubeSat subsystems and development of all our projects.

February has been a great month for BLUEsat – with our O-week stall bringing new members into the society, running workshops, preparations for a rocket launch to test our CubeSat subsystems and development of all our projects.

3d view of four frame panels in a line

Mechanical Frame Design of the Satellite


As part of the design of our CubeSat satellite, a 10x10x10cm cube, a frame is required, to stabilise solar panels and hold circuit boards among other things. This blog covers the design process of this frame.

As part of the design of our CubeSat satellite, a 10x10x10cm cube, a frame is required, to stabilise solar panels and hold circuit boards among other things. This blog covers the design process of this frame.

Two people sitting on the ground next to a large rover (aluminium robot on wheels) gesturing to each other with their hands

January 2019 Monthly Update


January has been fairly productive despite many members being on holidays, with work on a mobile groundstation, design modifications to our rover and more.

January has been fairly productive despite many members being on holidays, with work on a mobile groundstation, design modifications to our rover and more.

lots of people in a room running workshops

November 2018 Monthly Update


Rover From the Rover CTO The Off World Robotics teams have made steady progress over the past month with members coming back after exams. The rover team has continued development and new member training, while the drone team has finalised their initial plans for developing autonomous features relevant to off earth drone use. Bohan Deng, […]