DevilTech Engineering's satellite controller source code for ZeroRobotics tourna ments. Written in C++. Principal software engineers include Jerry Ma and Albert Hwang.
Warning -- code is poorly formatted and commented due to the rapid development cycle necessitated by the competition structure. In addition, some structural issues were caused by the transition from IDE to plain source code.
In the 2011 ZeroRobotics international tournament, the task was to extract energy from asteroids and quickly deliver it to a station via docking. DevilTech Engineering earned 5th place aboard the International Space Station as an alliance captain in its rookie year.
In the 2012 ZeroRobotics international tournament, competitors were to perform debris removal and navigate through gravitational obstacle fields. In just its second year of competing, DevilTech Engineering earned a second-place nationwide finish aboard the International Space Station against an initial field of around 100 teams.