The 2011 ASEE Robotics Competition was held in Vancouver, BC. The 2011 competition required teams to design a robot that could navigate a course and intelligently "chop down" red trees while keeping green trees standing.
Cedarville's entry, Cedar Jack, used line sensors to follow the line, a color sensor to determine the color of the dowel, and a metal flipper mechanism that would cause the dowel to fall and be placed into a holding container.
Cedar Jack was 3D printed and fitted with custom electronics.
Cedarville placed fourth in this competition.