The "Perfect Storm"

ROBO OPS was a NASA competition requiring students to design and operate a rover remotely in a competition.

Brent utilized experience from building trucks to ensure the rover would function properly:

1: Wheel Size

2: Articulation

3: Torque

4: Power

5: Reliability

The Director of Boeing invited SORO to present:

The geometry of the rover included the ratio PHI

This wheel spins freely with the drive hub removed. Attention to detail made this operate smoothly.

IT TAKES KNOWLEDGE

AND PERSEVERANCE 

1ST

NASA AWARD WINNING

1ST PLACE

EXPERIENCE

REAL ENGINEERING

SPEED

PERFORMANCE

Brent can Design, Machine, and Weld on a professional level. 

Sooner Rover Fact:

Brent drew the eyes and face with sharpie pens.

You need a capable and reliable machine to survive the elements.

Brent Wolf Automated

A ZERO TURN LAWNMOWER

This cabinet holds 2 LULZBOTS. welded by: Brent Wolf

Brent Wolf renders 3D Solids and 3D prints them remotely;

This means Brent can be welding and 3D printing simultaneously 

You learn more from failure than from success.

ROVIE MC ROVERFACE MADE HEADLINES AROUND THE WORLD

THE CEO OF ATT INVITED BRENT TO DISCUSS LOGISTICS AND TEAM STRATEGY

After the Sooner Rover Victory, Brent got an Undergrad Research Position under Dr. Chilson, Dr. Fulton, and Dr. Salazar at the Advanced Radar Research Center and the National Weather Service.

Notice the 0.030" welded aluminum weather shield.

Coptersonde 1 was OU's first FAA Part 107 Legal Drone.

Coptersonde 1

AUTONOMOUS SAMPLING

The future of 

Weather Data

Brent Wolf

Automated another lawnmower.

He can automate nearly anything.

Endless Possibilities

BRENT

WOLF

BRENT BUILT A 60MPH JET BOAT 

IN 1 WEEK WITH BILL DOYLE. SB 2015

BRENT

WOLF

Brent

wolf

Invested $3000 and made nearly $80,000 in Cryptocurrency. Then Brent paid off his student loans.

Above: Brent's laptop and a virtual machine bot network he built trades +$50,000 and earns $1000 EVERY DAY it trades!

These Computer Racks Heat Brent'sApartment. 

These computers make more money than the cost of the electricity they consume. 

The art of engineering is the human effort to imitate, supplement, and counteract the work of nature - responsibly and respectfully.