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UL Lafayette RoboBoat 2020 featured by Clearpath Robotics

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UL Lafayette's RoboBoat-2020 team was featured by Clearpath Robotics after finishing 2nd in the overall RoboBoat competition! The innovative team, consisting entirely of mechanical engineering students under the supervision of Dr. Joshua Vaughan, used three of Clearpath Robotics' devices: the Husky UGV, TurtleBot2, and Heron USV simulator. Team members include Benjamin Armentor, Captain, Joseph Stevens, Vice Captain, Gerald Eaglin, Ph.D. student, Nathan Madsen, Dallas Mitchell, Masters Student, Thomas Poche, Andrew Durand, and Bradley Este. The team was also granted 3rd place in Technical Design report in the 2020 competition and the Manufacturing Award in the 2019 competiton! They plan to continue research and developement to compete in future competitions. For updates and more information, visit the RoboBoat-2020 team website or check out the RoboBoat albums on Flickr for the C.R.A.W. LAB.

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