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Ohio University: 2013 Autonomous Snowplow Competition

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Published on Apr 29, 2013

Braving the freezing temperatures that are part of a Minnesota winter, a Ohio University electrical engineering students and their advisers took their autonomously controlled snowplow to Minneapolis for the third annual Institute of Navigation's (ION) autonomous snowplow competition — and brought home their third straight win. Using a 360-degree scanning laser to determine the distance and angle toward beacons placed around the field, the M.A.C.S. team's 600-pound, four-wheel-drive robot can find its position within an inch and its heading within half a degree. For more info., visit http://www.ohio.edu/compass/stories/1...

Watch http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5juv6t... for the M.A.C.S. 2012 team, and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEcl9k... for M.A.C.S. 2011 team!

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