The club is currently meeting in person at out lab, with some projects being over discord. We encourage members to wear masks in the lab.
The Robotics Club of Central Florida is a group of undergraduate and graduate students that build robots. We build both autonomous and manual robots.
We are currently forming teams for Spring. Check back soon!
Our members working on mechanics will typically work as a member of a team to create simulations, controls, navigation/mapping, device integration, object detection, and predictive algorithms.
Our members working on mechanics will typically work as a member of a team to create a comprehensive mechanical design via a 3D CAD software, determine appropriate materials and parts, create parts from designs using tools in the lab, and test completed designs.
Our members working on electronics will typically work as a member of a team to create circuit designs, determine appropriate parts, put together the circuit and control systems, and test completed designs.
Come visit our Discord! We currently meet in person in our lab during the semester and you can find the opening days/times there.
All majors are welcome!
Any year, both undergraduate and graduate students.
AGV is an autonomous ground vehicle that involves electrical, mechanical, and the majority of our computer science work. Demobot is a demonstrative robot that involves mechanical and electrical work, with some computer science work. We have a couple of projects oriented towards getting members up to speed and internal competitions. Feel free to join any team that interests you at all!
That's fine! Members can work on off days so long as the lab is open. Additionally, even if one project has the main software work, there is still some work to do on the other projects.
That's fine! Members can work on off days so long as the lab is open. Additionally, even if one project has the main mechanical work, there is still some work to do on the other projects.
Projects are not major specific, and you can join any project and any part.
That's fine! Most new members don't have prior experience. There are workshops at the start of each semester and team members are happy to help with any questions.
UCF has shuttles running to its partnerships until 10PM on:
M / Tu / W / Th / F
Take shuttle 9 from the Health Center. We are stop 8. You may need to call 407-513-0235 to get the shuttle to go to the Health Canter or our lab.
Ask if there's a carpool to join on our discord: discord.gg
Most of our current code is done in either Python3 or C++.
Any current member can use our lab equipment for club, school, or personal projects.
We currently have multiple 3D printers, laptops and desktop PCs for development, servers, electronics workbenches, soldering workbenches, power tools, regular tools, a table saw, a bandsaw, a drill press, a sander, and an abundance of materials and parts.
Yes. Dues are due the 3rd week of each semester. They are $20 per semester.
You can view all of our past projects on our projects page , including the bots that have gone to competitions.
Projects are typically run by members who have taken part in prior projects and have experience in what is needed for a project to succeed. Projects are also typically presented to the club before choosing.
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