Warman Competition 2005
Sydney, Australia - September 2005
Project "SCAD" - Safe Collection and Delivery
Following recent tremors and quakes on the planet Gondwana, concern has been expressed about effective rescue of citizens caught on the wrong side of large crevices. It is proposed that a device be designed and trialled to transport passengers from the significantly at-risk hillside communities along the "Superior Fault-Line" to the safer more stable plain below.
In the "ACME Pinnacle Laboratory", the Gondwanan Land Rescue Organisation is struggling to arrive at a design that might be feasible. Fortunately, teams of engineering students from Earth are about to visit Gondwana as part of their work experience programmes. On previous visits engineering students have rendered invaluable assistance, and the Gondwanans again seek help from these budding engineers.
The objective is to design, build and prove a prototype device in a laboratory environment that serves to transport safely citizens across a substantial crevice, to a significantly safer plain below. Can you assist in Project SCAD - the Safe Collection And Delivery of Gondwanan citizens?
1st University of Canterbury New Zealand
2nd University of Western Australia
3rd University of Technology Sydney
Photos of 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for the 2005 Warman Competition
Photos of the action at the 2005 Warman Competition
Some of the teams at the 2005 Warman Competition