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April 1, 2013
Blog 2013

This is the Beginning of our 2013 Blog. The design seems to be going good. It is optimistic around the club room the new website is up and running looks very sleek if I do say so myself. On a side note we could always use a helping hand so whenever you get a chance to come […]

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July 20, 2012
Day 5 (July 20, 2012)

Here we go again… So, when we left our intrepid travellers, they had just qualified, and were raring to go for their semi-final run at the early-morning hour of shudder 7am. After having tested for several hours the previous night, they were confident they could make a run at the gate, with little to no […]

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July 19, 2012
Day 4 (July 19th, 2012)

Another day of insanity, but also in keeping with our two main themes for the year: going in a straight line, and doing it all at the last minute. From the beginning: after another late night before, with everyone falling asleep sitting up while working, I awoke in my bed with my laptop on, still […]

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July 18, 2012
Day 3 (July 18th 2012) #2

Wow! It’s been a whirlwind three days…so much time, and yet it seems, so little has been done…but we’re getting there, slowly. To recap: Monday was the start of our epic journey. The five of us met up at YEG (that’s Edmonton International Airport for those who don’t know) bright and early to make our […]

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July 18, 2012
Day 3 (July 18th 2012)

[custom_frame_left shadow="on"] [/custom_frame_left] Day 3 and the mood is more optimistic, the robot is now buoyant and we have power to the thrusters but recurring issues with the compass have been slowing progress down. The electronics issues and exploding components that have been plauging us are now resolved and the hull is now full of electronics and […]

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July 17, 2012
Day 2 (July 17th 2012)

Day 2 on the road to victory! We are trying hard to get all the stuff together, our motor controllers are still having some problems with the logic, so we are going to bypass the controller logic so that we can run the thrusters and do testing on the other components.  The passive ballast system that we implemented was a […]

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July 16, 2012
Day 1 (July 16th 2012)

 Well, it looks like team ARVP has made it to the hotel in San Diego, it was a rough trip, we almost did not make the transfer from the Edmonton Flight to the Calgary flight. On top of it all, we got to the hotel and could not find the robot that we had shipped […]

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July 17, 2011
Day 8 – July 17 – Wrapping Up

Well, here we are. The past week has been a lot of fun, but all good things must come to an end. Although we didn’t do as well as we hoped (thanks to numerous failures on our components) we still managed to score a weight bonus and we did qualify once! I’m sure we will […]

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July 16, 2011
Day 6 – July 15 – The Day in Song

7 am waking up in the morning. gotta be fresh gotta go downstairs. can’t have a bowl – can’t have cereal seein’ everyone they’re so tired tick’in on and on everybody’s rushin’ gotta get down to the TRANSDEC gotta catch the van, I see my “friends…” Sleeping in the front seat, sleeping in the back […]

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July 14, 2011
Day 5 – July 14 – Et tu, IMU?? (or: More Heartbreak…)

Well, it’s day 5 and it’s been a lot of highs and lows, mostly with us ending on a low note. We arrived at the TRANSDEC bright and early and eagerly unloaded our equipment and set to work. We were trying to remain optimistic that today was the day we were going to get through […]

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July 13, 2011
Day 4 – July 13 – Let’s Rock and Roll

Day 4 has come and passed. What went on today? Well, my friends, let’s turn the clock back now shall we? 12 am: everybody is working on a few adjustments. Chris, Veselin, Mike and Meaghan were working on getting our motor controllers to behave, while Aassem, Lee, Kris and I were fashioning up a new […]

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July 12, 2011
Day 3 – July 12 – Everyone Together at Last

So while the breakfast club (driving team) was having fun finding out just how much calories their bodies could take at the IHOP, Veselin, Kris and I awoke to the wee hours of daylight and took to the skies for San Diego. The flights were fine despite Kris complaining about the emergency exit seats that […]

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