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Get Involved

Dive in with us. The water’s great, and teaming with technology.

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What’s next in robotics? Students.

“More than eighty percent of our ocean is unmapped, unobserved, and unexplored.” National Ocean Service

so we better get busy. 

In today’s world, we are highly dependent on technology. The solutions to our world’s biggest challenges involve robotics, cybersecurity, networks, sensors and analysis of big data. Technology, however, is not static; it advances in small steps and large leaps across hundreds of individual technologies and academic disciplines.

To continue to advance marine conservation, deliver life-saving measures and map our oceans, we must take the time and care to grow the leaders of tomorrow – together as a community. This requires: 

Students to learn. Partners to teach. Sponsors to support. Volunteers to mentor.

How will you help change the world?

Don't take our word for it. Take theirs.


2019 RoboSub Team

It was the best experience of my life. Meeting the teams, organizers and sponsors was amazing. I will definitely come back.

Amr Abdelghany
Amr Abdelghany
iHub

Sponsor

We love the opportunity to sponsor RoboNation. One of our main objectives attending RobotX and RoboSub was to recruit. These are the exact type of students that we want to come to work at Blue Origin – for internships or full time jobs.

Heather Nelson
Heather Nelson
Blue Origin

2019 RoboSub Team

The community aspect of RoboSub is incredible. Teams are collaborative and as a first year team we felt incredibly supported by the other participants. I’ve never been part of a collegiate competition with such a strong community.

Tom Scherlis
Tom Scherlis
Carnegie Mellon University

Sponsor

Sub was the first competition we ever attended as a sponsor – back in 2015 we were just a little fledgling company! We were (and still are!) so stoked to walk around and chat with all of the students, learn about their vehicles, and see how the thrusters and other parts were being integrated into each team’s vehicle.

Elisa Miller
Elisa Miller
Blue Robotics

Judge

2019 was my first year as a judge at RoboSub. I was impressed by the capabilities and dedication of the students present. From a commercial industry perspective, it was great to see complex tasks being taken on by students.

Richard Mills
Richard Mills
Kongsberg

Does all of this sound awesome? Find out more.

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