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SparkFun announces this year's Autonomous Vehicle Competition (AVC)

Clive Maxfield
3/19/2013 04:34 PM EDT

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Robotics Developer
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re: SparkFun announces this year's Autonomous Vehicle Competition (AVC)
Robotics Developer   4/3/2013 6:26:31 PM
I can see how this competition would have grown. I would love to be able to compete but given the distance between where I am and the competition I will have to pass. Perhaps in the future there could be other competition sites? Just a thought...

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re: SparkFun announces this year's Autonomous Vehicle Competition (AVC)
Max The Magnificent   3/20/2013 8:35:32 AM
Even if you aren't entering a vehicle yourself, if you are anywhere near this event you should try to take the time to make it out there to join in the fun.

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