Our Final Submission Rover for European Rover Challenge is the Atom 2.0, loaded with numerous refinements on the traversal pattern and movement boosts. Atom 2.0 is a testament to our team’s vision of creating the most intricate, and exciting Rovers.
Atom 2.0, Packed with numerous upgrades, is an amalgamation of all our team’s tireless hard work and dedication towards providing the best. The Rover features an Auger Based Drill, Low-Pressure Balloon Wheels for the surface of Mars, an intricately solid suspension system, and a more refined Electronics setup using a high-performance Nvidia Jetson.
Qualified for the Final Round of Indian Rover Challenge in Chennai, and finished 13th. Prepared to participate in the European Rover Challenge Finals, to be held in September.
|Chassis||Aluminium 6061 T-6|
|Tyres||Low-Pressure Balloon Wheels|
|Suspension||Trailing and Leading Arm Suspension|
|Robotic Arm||5 DOF robotic arm|
|Communication Frequency||2.4 Ghz & 5 Ghz|
|System Board Computers||Nvidia Jetson Nano + Raspberry pi 4b|
|Propulsion Motors||Brushed DC motors|
|Soil Collection||Retractable Auger-based Drill|
It was qualified for the Final Round of Indian Rover Challenge in Chennai, and finished 13th. Now, Heading towards the University Rover Challenge (URC - 2021), to be held in March 2021.