The Aerial Robotics Club at NC State is a student organization that brings excellent students together to do excellent work. We build custom airframes, install custom electronics, write custom software, and integrate everything together into a world-ranking UAS.
Our member base consists primarily of undergraduate students at NC State, along with a few graduate student advisors. Our members come from many different majors, including Aerospace Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science. Our club welcomes all, regardless of major; we seek out students with a passion for learning new things, and applying that knowledge to solve difficult challenges.
Keeps records, builds airframe modules, and presses wrong buttons on autopilot to keep things interesting.
Constructs new airframes, designs new payloads, safety pilots ARCs aircraft, and throws down with 3D helicopters.
Manages club accounts and assets. Handles purchases for the club as well as assists with donations. Also plans to work with autopilot team this year.
Manages relationships with corporate sponsors, and prospective new members. Plans to work on integrating electrical components this year.
Manages relationships with corporate sponsors, and prospective new members. Uses SolidWorks to design new components for the UAV.
Keeps records of meeting discussion, and ensures the club meets target deadlines for scholarships, and for competition.
Manages the Aerial Robotics Club website, and ensures the information is up to date. Works on the SRIC autonomous upload and download for the UAV.