This page contains all of the documentation for the FIT senior design team, contact information for the team, as well as more detailed discussions of the design and implementation. Access to reports, requirements, and testing may be found at the bottom of the page.
For many of us this is our second year on the project. Last year we researched the sensors and software necessary to build the robot, and built a prototype. This year we will build a competition-worthy robot and compete.
|Brent Allard*||Computer Science|
|Adam Hill*||Computer Science|
|Christopher Kocsis*||Computer Science|
|Rohit Kumar*||Computer Engineering|
|William Nyffenegger*||Computer Science & Applied Math|
|Matthew Salfer-Hobbs*||Mechanical Engineering|
|Kartikeya Sharma*||Computer Engineering|
Special mention to Paul Kepinski (Mechanical, Spring 2016) who is advising the team.
* Senior design project this year
Our code is not currently available online and will not be until after the competition this year. However, we will include documentation for our sensors and hardware as the year progresses.
We are using a tool named JAUS Tool Set to help generate the framework needed for interoperability: JTS Users Guide
The reports submitted by the team during the course of the year will be listed below.
|Requirements Document||Design Document||Testing Document|
|User Manual||Demo Video|
|Milestone One (10/3/2016)||Presentation / Progress Evaluation|
|Milestone Two (10/31/2016)||Presentation / Progress Evaluation|
|Milestone Three (11/28/2016)||Presentation / Progress Evaluation|
|Milestone Four (2/13/2017)||Presentation / Progress Evaluation|
|Milestone Five (3/20/2017)||Presentation / Progress Evaluation|
|Senior Design Showcase (4/7/2017)||Poster / E-Book / Project Overview|
|Milestone Six (4/17/2017)||Presentation / Progress Evaluation / User Manual / Demo Video|