Welcome to Cornerstone Robotics

Congratulations to the Cornerstone Robotics team that earned 2nd place overall in the ranger class at the MATE international ROV competition at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Alpena, MI, USA, June 26-28, 2014. They also received the first place trophy for their written technical report. Click here for the Gainesville Sun article.

The Cornerstone Robotics team which originated in February 2003 is comprised of 9th – 12th grade students from Cornerstone Academy and local home schoolers.

The first year student’s curriculum is a course in basic electronics theory. The second year’s study is primarily devoted to programming PIC microcontrollers in PicBasic Pro. The first semester of the third year curriculum will be instruction covering the design, fabrication, and operation Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs). After that, the team designs and builds projects that are entered into electronics and robotics competitions.

Some of Our Past Projects:

2010 TSA Internet Robotic Arm
2013 MATE International ROV Entry
2009 TSA Robotic Hand
2005 Remote Operated Bot - ROB





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