MIT Students Bag Third Place in The International Rover Design Challenge: Great Achievement By Them

MIT Students Bag Third Place in The International Rover Design Challenge: Great Achievement By Them

Students of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) have bagged the third position in the second edition of International Rover Design Challenge (IRDC) 2021, as announced by The Mars Society South Asia (MSSA). The second edition of IRDC was organised by MSSA this year. MSSA is the official chapter of The Mars Society for the South Asian region. Mars Rover Manipal had 30 members from second and third year engineering streams designing rover parts keeping in mind the various factors that would be different on Mars. They were expected to carefully plan each subsystem of the rover, considering various extra-terrestrial conditions and parameters in the design. A 26-page report which included CAD, simulation, PCBs, graphs and flowcharts were submitted, along with a short video. The competition was entirely virtual and submission was from home. The competition took place during July-September and 32 teams from four countries (India, Poland, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh) participated.

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