The use of 3D printers is increasing, and it is estimated that by the end of 2018 around 500,000 printers will be sold. With the increasing use of 3D printers comes another problem: the plastic waste that it produces. Typically, consumers throw away the plastic waste. By keeping the circular economy in mind, a sustainable
NASA Space Grant Robotics is an underwater robotics Fulton Student Organization that is competing in two different underwater robotics competitions, MATE and Robosub (AUVSI). For the MATE competition, a remotely operated vehicle is created. In the Robosub (AUVSI) competition the underwater robot is completely autonomous. This will be NASA Space Grant Robotics first year competing
Fulton Student Council (FSC), through the help of funding by the KEEN Foundation, hosted the National Association of Engineering Student Councils 2018 Engineering Leadership Summit on March 23-24, 2018 at the Tempe campus. This conference had a strong innovation and entrepreneurship theme that was explored through activities promoting the entrepreneurial mindset integrated into the conference’s
Korwave is a wearable, seizure detecting brain monitor for children with Epilepsy. Utilizing Bayesian machine learning techniques and a novel dry electrode, Korwave is a scalp EEG (Electroencephalogram) that is designed to wirelessly detect and report seizures to caretakers and the patient’s neurologist. Korwave’s design is unique in that it was built to look like
The goal of the ASU Baja Team is to foster learning through problem solving and teamwork. Student gain real-life experiences and skills through the program as they are tasked to design, create, and build an all-terrain vehicle while overcoming real-world engineering problems and challenges.
This project focuses on using the technology and performance of multi-million dollar, telescope-based, IR spectrometers used on flagship NASA exploration missions around the solar system. The researcher is using this information to create an earthbound counterpart that is capable of performing the same science for a fraction of the cost. This project can be accomplished
This project focuses on taking advantage of the low cost and ease of use of quadcopters for performing topological surveys via an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) that will autonomously task a fleet of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) to partition and survey a user-designated land area. The researcher has bilateral communication between a quadcopter and an
The goal of the proposed research project is to demonstrate that a robot can be designed, built by and used for undergraduate and high school students as an educational tool. Dr. Aukes’ IDEALab utilizes laminate construction to build foldable robots from cheap materials, allowing robots to be constructed from scratch in a matter of hours
The AZLoop Hyperloop team is currently a group of over 100 students, from various backgrounds, working together to develop technology for the next age of transportation.
This project aims toward creating a more sustainable and efficient recycling process mainly for cities. It includes motors, sensors, an interactive interface, and magnetic coils all aimed towards sorting and making sure recyclable material is put into place properly. Further projections will include a larger scale facility and potential work with the city of Phoenix