Primary Contacts:
Mike Patrick
1803 Baugher Avenue
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
610.209.3529 (cell)

Dan Fenton
667 Baugher Avenue
Elizabethtown, PA 17022
484.888.6606 (cell)

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Semester meetings dates and locations will be posted soon.

Recruiting presentation dates and locations will be posted as they become approved.

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2006 IGVC Recap
June 9-13, 2006

On the early morning of June 8, 2006 the Wunderbot 3 team set forth on a 500+ mile journey to Selfridge Air Force base located in Michigan for the 14th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition. This competition featured over 30 colleges from all over the globe including USA, Canada, Japan and India! Robotic teams were comprised of undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty! The competition lasted four days and required teams to maneuver their robots through a very tight fitting obstacle course, a large field GPS navigation course and a complete techincal report on the robot.

This is the 2nd time (2004, 2006) Elizabethtown College has entered a team into the competition. Wunderbot 3 looked nothing like its predecessor with new code, software, hardware, and physical layout design. Overall, the team did an impressive job and held their own with some of the top engineering schools in the world and left an impressive with many of the judges and sponsors.

The Wunderbot IV is looking to compete in the 2008 IGVC competition and once again will have many new features aboard including a full working vision system to detect and avoid large obstacles, optimized GPS navigation for faster and more precise movement through the GPS navigation course, and JAUS implementation for universal network communication with the military and other robots at the competition.

More information can be found at the IGVC website.

More pictures can be found on the IGVC website and Dr. Wunderlich's website.