Latest Daedalus News
Posted January 20th, 2008
- The Icarus project is now completed. No further updates will be done to the project. All our team members have now gone on to the applications of our research. This page will remain up as an archive. Good luck to our team members and advisors on their future en devours!
Posted December 9th, 2007
- Team Daedalus has completed its Junior level EEx96 project. You can view the presentation slides here and the final report here. The presentation and documentation sections have also been updated with these links.
Posted October 22nd, 2007
- Here is our latest telemetry system block diagram. Included with this new update is the addition of Ramtron SPI FRAM for low-power buffering.
Posted September 21st, 2007
- Team Daedalus is presenting for its preliminary design review session on the 22nd. You can find the slides here:
Team Daedalus Personnel
We would like to take the time to recognize our past and current team members, supporting students, and advisors for their contributions. Everyone involved has contributed important parts to the development of our key projects. Please see our personnel page to see everyone who has been, or is a part of Team Daedalus.
Team Daedalus Projects
Team Daedalus's goal is to perform multi year efforts to practice skills related to the education from the University of Hawaii. We're expanding from simple telemetry to flight control and advanced sensor interfaces. The team will incorporate students from all related fields, such as engineering and computer science, to practice cooperation between different focuses within a team. Please see the following documents for a description of the project. More administrative or technical information can be found below in the "Site Map" section.
- Electrical Engineering x96 Projects Fall 2006 - Univeristy of Hawaii at Manoa
- Rocketry, Geeky Stuff, Telemetry, and Robotics
- An Application for Telemetry - Distributed WMD Detection Array - Nuclear/Rad,Bio,Chem
- Interesting projects from an MIT Grad - "Lady Ada"