Moon Rover Challenge | Ottawa Robotics Competition

Moon Rover Challenge

The DragonFly, a spacecraft performing a vital research mission on the moon, has sustained significant damage after being struck by an asteroid. Its crew is in urgent need of a rover that can navigate the rugged lunar terrain, locate materials for repairs, and bring them back to the spacecraft.This is where your team comes in! As a participant in the Moon Rover Challenge you’ll have the exciting opportunity to design, build, and program an autonomous rover that will compete for the chance to be sent on the next repair mission to the moon.
Are you ready to rise to the challenge of bringing the DragonFly back to life?

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