Total Chaos Robotics Team
The authors are high school students from the Total Chaos robotics team. The team is a four-year veteran FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team from Portland, Oregon, and consists of six members, three sophomores and three juniors.
Through their four year journey as a team, they have participated at the state and world level competitions. In 2016, they advanced to the world championships getting recognition for their competitive robot, programming, and contribution to the communities. The team developed a fast and streamlined design and building process while ensuring software quality.
In addition, the team also focuses on outreach activities in educating young students in communities about Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through Tech Talks, community open houses, and mentoring younger robotics teams.
- Achieving a Culture of Software Quality for Android Robots - Vivek Kumar, Total Chaos Robotics Team
Robotics software quality is very crucial to control robot hardware while interacting with the physical world to accomplish a set of tasks. The software needs to tackle sensor errors, software exceptions, robot hardware failures and uncertainties from the external environment. Read More...
- Vivek Kumar - Vivek Kumar, 2019 Abstract, Paper, Slides, Video