Bio Ag students take second at ASABE robotic design competition

Image [1]A team of graduate and undergraduate students in the Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering won second place recently at the American Society of Agricultural & Biological Engineers' Student robotic design competition. The competition was held at the ASABE 2014 Annual International Meeting in Montral, Canada. 

The challenege the team was presented with was developing a robotic system to simulate installation of a sap pipe between the maple trees irregularly distributed in a forest.