This project was a MEMS 411 Senior Design project completed for a potential future WashU Rocketry Team rover contest. The rover was required to be battery operated, controlled by an RC transmitter/receiver, and utilize micro-servo motors for actuation. The rover was required to be navigated via 1st person camera. The rover needed to weigh less than 3.5 lbs, and able to fit into a 5.36" diameter and 8.5" long cylinder. The "rocks" needed to be stored inside the rover and to be collected without using adhesive.
Mechanical Engineering Design Project (MEMS 411)
Fetchel, Nathan; Bivins, Derek; and Hatina, Emerson, "MEMS 411: Rock-Collecting Rover" (2022). Mechanical Engineering Design Project Class. 193.