FroshBot is IEEE Concordia’s show-piece during Frosh. It can be controlled by remote, and can drive around and collect small objects with its manipulator.

The project involves re-imagining and designing a new FroshBot. It will let you learn circuit design, PCB design, basics of power electronics, some mechanical engineering, and test your soldering and electronics troubleshooting skills.

This project is ongoing during Fall 2015 to Winter 2016. Interested in joining the team? Contact us or drop by the lab!

  • Timeline On hold (interested? Contact us!)
  • Skill level Advanced. Requires basic robotics.
  • Offered Self-directed student team. Initial safety briefing required.