UNDERWATER ROBOTICS COMPETITIONS2015 MATE COMPETITION: SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY IN THE ARCTIC
FINAL RESULTS FROM THE 14th Annual International Compettion!Photos from the event courtesy of Scott Bentley, VideoRay
Photos from the event courtesy of Doug White, University of Delaware
More photos will be posted soon to the MATE Flickr page!
The 2014 international competition video is here!
Small Town, Big Heart - Video from the 2014 international competition
A network of 20+ regional contests will feed into the international event.Click here to find the MATE regional event near you!
MATE competition philosophy
The MATE Center uses underwater robots – also known as remotely operated vehicles or ROVs – to teach science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and prepare students for technical careers. Working in partnership with the Marine Technology Society ROV Committee, MATE created the ROV competition as a way to:
The MATE competition requires students to think of themselves as “entrepreneurs” and transform their teams into companies that manufacture, market, and sell “products.” In addition to engineering their ROVs, the students are required to prepare technical reports, poster displays, and engineering presentations that are delivered to working professionals who serve as competition judges.
Other MATE underwater robotics educational products include:
Comunication is the art of combine information
Imagination is the mental capacity to picture things.
Hall of Fame
if you havn´t new ideas then you need learn new stuff.