Past Events

April 27: Designing and Manufacturing of an Autonomous Surface Vehicle for Bathymetry Surveying

A team of UBC mechanical engineering students presented their Capstone Project on designing and manufacturing a cost-effective autonomous surface vehicle for bathymetry surveying.

Seminar

Topic: Evening presentation on Designing and Manufacturing of an Autonomous Surface Vehicle for Bathymetry Surveying   
Presenters: Jaclyn Tarnai, Graham Williamson, David Wong, and Yiran Zhou
Date: Wednesday April 27
Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Venue: Accent Inns Burnaby
3777 Henning Drive, Burnaby V5C 6N5

Presentation Summary

A team of UBC mechanical engineering students presented their Capstone Project on designing and manufacturing a cost-effective autonomous surface vehicle for bathymetry surveying. Their presentation included:

  • Introduction to UBC and the CAPSTONE course
  • Background of the ASV project
  • ASV design methodology and rationale
  • Small scale ASV prototyping
  • ASV manufacturing process
  • ASV validation and verification
  • Final ASV specifications and results
  • Conclusion

 Slideshow

 Seminar brochure

 Photo Album

 Speakers with Alan Kay  
Speakers Tony Wong, Jaclyn Tarnai, Yiran Zou
and Graham Williamson being congratulated by
Alan Kay (CEP Committee facilitator in the UBC-Capstone project)
 Speaker with CEP Committee 
from L/R: Matthew Walton-Knight (CEP Vice-Chair),
Kevin Oversby (CEP), Graham Williamson (speaker),
Yiran Zou (speaker), Tony Wong (speaker),
Alan Kay (CEP), Jaclyn Tarnai (speaker),
Kris Gadareh (CEP Chair and Capstone facilitator),
and Marina Lee (CEP Treasurer)