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Out of the computer lab and into the robotic arena, high school programmers will put their skills to the test in a battle of 'bots at USD's Muenster Unviersity Center. The competition's new format will have students programming their USD-provided robots at their schools leading up to a robot-race showdown at USD on April 8.
USD Robotic Programming Contest for High School Teams website
University of South Dakota Computer Science Dept
414 E Clark St,
A great way to see a variety of robots including:
WALL-E the education robot
Unmanned Aerial Platform (a tandem land robot that works as an autonomous mobile landing platform for an autonomous aerial drone)
Lunabot (an autonomous lunar rover
South Dakota School of Mines Senior Design Fair website
South Dakota School of Mines
501 E. Saint Joseph Street
This is one of many competitions available for high school students attending South Dakota State University's Annual Engineering EXPO may choose to participate in. Students participating in this competition must, prior to the competition day, design and fabricate a vehicle that can climb a ramp under its own power, stop at the top of the ramp, and sustain its position against an opposing vehicle coming up the other side of the ramp. The vehicle must be autonomous with no remote control or power.
Engineering EXPO: Hill Climber website
South Dakota State University Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering
824 32nd Ave
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