The Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition (www.igvc.org) is an annual design competition for undergraduate and graduate engineering students.
University teams from across the world design and build autonomous robots capable of navigating an obstacle course and visiting waypoints
specified by GPS coordinates. The project requires students to implement computer vision and artificial intelligence algorithms and make
critical electrical and mechanical design decisions. Teams meet in Michigan to compete based on the effectiveness of autonomous navigation,
GPS accuracy, speed, safety, and design innovation. BYU entered the competition in 2005 (Urckbot) and 2006 (Y-Clops). Click "Y-Clops Senior
Project" and "IGVC Competitions" to see details of this project.