The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) sponsors an annual Robotics competition in which only students in the first two years of their engineering program are permitted to compete. Students design and build an autonomous electric vehicle that must accomplish a unique task that is themed with the location of the conference each year.
The student teams are required to make a poster presentation of their work, which typically includes circuit schematics, Solid works CAD drawings and animations, the price list, and other elements that demonstrate the development of the team’s solution. Without any kind of remote control, each vehicle must try to be the fastest at navigating the track. Cedarville University teams have accumulated six 1st places, three 2nd places and four 3rd place plaques since 2001. Please visit our team website for pictures, videos, and more information.