Our students have a passion for STEM outreach, and seek to get children, teens, and adults alike excited about the leaps and bounds that are occurring in the worlds of science and technology. We specialize in developing autonomous systems that have advanced applications such as wilderness search-and-rescue missions, autonomous navigation in mock-urban and marine environments, and lunar and martian mining. We're always happy to provide demonstrations and visual rundowns of our projects.
The Robotics Association at Embry-Riddle is a student organization that fosters 7 collegiate robotics competition teams. We perform advanced research with autonomous platforms, and the competition objectives range from autonomous waypoint following to GPS-denied Roomba herding.