Without the support of our Sponsors, HYPER Robotics would not be what it is today. They continuously provide support in many ways, whether it be machines, tools, parts, materials, engineers, tech support, office supplies, rooms to work, or their professional expertise. A very big thanks goes out to our sponsors.
General Dynamics Bluefin Robotics is the main sponsor of Team HYPER Robotics starting this year. Bluefin provides funding, engineers, volunteers, and knowledge to the team. Founded in May of 1997, the company was formed from a core team of the Autonomous Underwater Vehicles Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is still closely associated with it. Bluefin Robotics has sponsored Team HYPER since their move to Quincy in 2010.
At Quincy Public Schools, they know that education is the key to the future. Their job is to help children discover and explore their gifts and talents and then give them the solid education to make their skills the best they can be.
Hallamore Corporation has earned a reputation as a responsible company that can meet whatever challenges arise in rigging, heavy hauling, crane rental, or specialty contracting. Whether you’re using one or all of our services, you be assured we’ll have the resources, experience and know-how to get the job done right.
Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, USA, Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS Corp. offers complete 3D software tools that let you create, simulate, publish, and manage your data. SOLIDWORKS products are easy to learn and use, and work together to help you design products better, faster, and more cost-effectively. The SOLIDWORKS focus on ease-of-use allows more engineers, designers and other technology professionals than ever before to take advantage of 3D in bringing their designs to life.
Bolt Depot began as a family owned hardware store in the 1940’s. Due to the number of garages and fishing vessels nearby, it had a strong focus on marine and industrial fasteners. The store earned a reputation in the south shore of Boston for stocking an unusually wide variety of nuts and bolts.
For nearly half a century, Air Draulic Engineering has been providing comprehensive material handling solutions to companies, small and large, nationwide. Our 20,000 square foot facility, just 20 minutes south of Boston, boasts state of the art equipment, and some of the most skilled technicians in the industry. Air Draulic Engineering prides itself on solutions, not just selling equipment.
Paul Sullivan first started P.V. Sullivan in 1968 in a small warehouse in Dorchester, MA. Mr. Sullivan worked 7 days a week to provide his commercial plumbing customers with competitively priced products and on-time delivery. Mr. Sullivan built a team of industry professionals who were dedicated to servicing our customers. In the words of Paul Sullivan, “sales has always been our objective, service has always been our commitment.”
Founded in 1958, Quincy College is a two-year, municipally affiliated college serving approximately 4,000 students at campuses located in Quincy and Plymouth, Massachusetts. The college is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, and is licensed by the Board of Higher Education of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to grant the degrees of Associate in Arts and Associate in Science. The college draws a diversity of students from the greater Boston area as well as 100 countries around the world.
Over forty years of experience with custom force, load, torque and pressure transducer design and expert strain gauging services. Our sensor expertise includes foil strain gauges, free‐filament strain gauges, semi‐conductor strain gauges, RTD sensors, thermocouples, heat flux sensors and related strain measurement sensor application expertise for custom transducers and strain gauge instrumentation solutions.
Air Inc was founded in 1946 and known as Engineering Sales Corp., a distributor for water and sewage treatment systems and controls. As a result of changes in the industry, Engineering Sales Corp. gradually became more involved in fluid power. In 1982 Engineering Sales Corp. sold off its water treatment division to focus on the growing fluid power market in New England and changed the company’s name to Air Incorporated. In 1992 Air Inc relocated to Franklin, Massachusetts and created a value added division utilizing our years of CAD, design and assembly experience to provide customers with turnkey automation solutions and assemblies.