Robot takeover a success in downtown Parker

Inaugural Rover Rally hits on all cylinders

Staff Report
Posted 5/25/15

Trevor Rost and Abhiram Killamsetty were among the participants who celebrated a good showing in the first-ever Parker Rover Rally in the Mainstreet Center parking lot in downtown Parker May …

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Robot takeover a success in downtown Parker

Inaugural Rover Rally hits on all cylinders

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Trevor Rost and Abhiram Killamsetty were among the participants who celebrated a good showing in the first-ever Parker Rover Rally in the Mainstreet Center parking lot in downtown Parker May 16.

During a closest-to-the-pin competition, Rost's vehicle rolled up to the target and touched it without knocking a ball off. It stopped within an inch of the target - considered a hole-in-one - from a distance of 80 feet. Killamsetty was just inches away.

Photos courtesy of Blue Talon Photography.

Rover Rally

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