Chicago EDT has received a reputation for well built robots. Some of their achievements are:
- 2002 Fourth place overall at the JSDC
- 2004 Participation in the JSDC
- 2005 Most Creative award at the JSDC for the robot Ares
- 2006 First place overall at the JSDC for the robot Ares
- 2006 Most Innovative award at the JSDC for the robot Thor for being the only autonomous robot to score points
- 2007 Third place overall at the JSDC for the robot Thor
- 2007 Fourth place overall at the JSDC for the robot Ares
- 2007 Second place in design competition at the IGVC for the robot Achilles
- 2008 First place overall at the JSDC for the robot Ares
- 2008 Fourth place overall at the JSDC for the robot Thor
- 2009 Second place overall at the JSDC for the robot Kronos
- 2009 Winner of the demolition round at the JSDC for the robot Odin
- 2012 First and second place winner for Sephiroth and Raijin, respectively, and demolition champion for Raijin at JSDC
- 2013 First place winner, team Thanatos. Demolition winner team Lamashtu.
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