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McGill Formula SAE Team

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Formula SAE is a Collegiate Design competition organized by the SAE that requires student teams to take control in researching, designing, manufacturing, testing, marketing, and managing finances for the production and competition of a combustion-powered formula race car. The team and their vehicle are judged in three Static Events; Cost, Marketing and Engineering Design, as well as five dynamic categories; Skidpad, Acceleration, Autocross, Endurance and Efficiency.

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McGill Baja SAE Team

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The Baja SAE competition challenges students to design and fabricate an off road vehicle that can climb a 30° incline and maneuver through a tight course while being enough cost effective to be potentially sold to off road enthutiast.

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McGill Formula Electric Team

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Formula SAE Electric is a Collegiate Design competition organized by the SAE that requires student teams to take control in researching, designing, manufacturing, testing, marketing, and managing finances for the production and competition of a fully-electric formula race car. The team and their vehicle are judged in three Static Events; Cost, Marketing and Engineering Design, as well as five dynamic categories; Skidpad, Acceleration, Autocross, Endurance and Efficiency.

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SAE Snowmobile Challenge

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The SAE International Clean Snowmobile Challenge (CSC) is an engineering design competition for college and university student members that challenge engineering students to reengineer an existing snowmobile to reduce emissions and noise. Their modified snowmobiles will compete in a variety of events including emissions, noise, fuel economy/endurance, acceleration, handling, static display, cold start and design.

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SAE Robotic Challenge

The objective of this project is to build a fully modular, easily maintainable and reconfigurable fully autonomous robot that is able to avoid all sorts of obstacles including climbing walls and overcoming tires, stairs, and ramps, and is able to pickup delicate objects, and distinguish colors. The robot will be built according to, but not constrained by, the requirements of the SAE Robot Systems Challenge.

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