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RoboSub 2021

RoboSub 2021

Ahoy explorers! Are you ready to dive into the world of underwater vehicle autonomy? Let us introduce you to RoboSub. 

RoboSub is an international competition that invites participants to tackle simplified versions of challenges facing the underwater maritime industry. These challenges may include oceanographic exploration and mapping, detection and manipulation of objects, and pipeline identification and tracking.   

Assemble your crew and chart a course on this systems engineering adventure where you will have the opportunity to design, build and test an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). Once you have worked past the lead times for underwater parts, come join us at the RoboSub competition and see how your unique system compares to systems designed by competitors from around the world. 

Thanks to the community’s unwavering patience and discussions with competition sponsors and community members over these past few months, RoboSub 2021 was held online. Click here to keep reading the announcement.

RoboSub 2021

  • Dates
    • Registration Deadline: April 30
    • Submission Deadline: June 27
    • Awards Party: August 7
  • Location
    • Online! All submissions were collected in the online registration tool.
  • Eligibility
    • High School, Undergraduate, Graduate
  • Final Standings
  • Final Scoresheet / Rankings

    RoboSub 2021 Rankings

    Updated on August 12

RoboSub 2021: Final Standings

The 24th RoboSub Competition was held online with 54 teams representing 12 countries and territories. Congratulations teams!

Submissions

Skills Video(s)
Skills Video(s)
Share your know-how. NEW in 2021!

Submission Format: 1-2 short videos

 

Overview: Strong communication skills are critical to bringing your project to life. Whether you are presenting in person or through video, you must deliver your ideas in a clear and convincing manner. Project supporters, such as supervisors, sponsors, or advisors must understand your ideas, and be convinced of their potential.

 

Students are invited to share the maturity of their system developed for RoboSub 2021 by submitting a series of short technical videos. This visual effort is meant to showcase the team’s approach, decision and challenges while evaluating ability to communicate effectively.

 

Resources

Skills Video Guidelines (Updated on May 21, 2021)

Website
Website
Gather your information hub.

Submission Format: Website

 

Overview: Websites are often the first impression to give potential supporters such as supervisors, sponsors or advisors. Whether you work for a small start-up, a large research lab or mid-sized commercial company, your ideas and projects will need support and the first step is often to make a good impression.

 

Resources

Website Guidelines (Updated April 21, 2021)

OPTIONAL Demonstration Video
OPTIONAL Demonstration Video
Showcase your vehicle behaviors. NEW and OPTIONAL in 2021!

Submission Format: 1 video, no longer than 20 minutes

 

Submission Deadline: July 18, 2021

 

Overview: One of the primary advantages of competing in person is the ability to showcase vehicle behaviors. During the competition, the vehicles autonomously perform the given tasks and are evaluated and scored.

 

Since teams/schools/countries have different guidelines they must follow during the pandemic, to maintain equitable opportunities for competition while providing a means to showcase vehicle performance, students are invited to submit an optional demonstration video. These videos will highlight behaviors necessary for the competition.

 

Resources

Optional Video Guidelines (Updated on May 21, 2021)

 

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Resources

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Skills Video Guidelines (Updated May 21, 2021)

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Volunteer as a RoboSub Judge!

Technical Design Report (TDR)
Technical Design Report (TDR)
Time Commitment: 17-22 hours

Overview: Judges will review and score a 10 page technical paper that describes the team’s vehicle design, as well as strategies for their approach to the tasks. The TDR should also include rationale for design choices.

 

Eligibility: Not currently a member or advisor of a competing team; Not currently a student; 18+ years old

 

Preferred Experience:  Knowledge and experience reviewing proposals or program reports for performance or funding approval or continuation. Understanding of general engineering design principles, maritime robotics and/or autonomy. 

 

Time Commitment:

 • 45-60 min / report (15-20 reports)

 • 2-3 weeks to review

 • Total time: 17-22 hours

(1hr orientation mtg + review + 1hr reconciliation mtg)

 

Key Dates

 • July 7 @ 1800 ET – Judges Orientation Call

 • July 7 – 25, 2021 – Evaluation Period

 • August 4 @1800 ET – Judges Reconciliation Call

 

Resources

RoboSub 2021 Mission and Rules

Technical Design Report Guidelines

 

Sign up here

Skills Video
Skills Video
Time Commitment: up to 20+ hours per category (pending submissions)

Overview: Judges will review skills video(s) (1-2 per team) and score the team’s ability to convey technical approach, decisions and challenges while also evaluating ability to communicate in a clear and convincing manner.

 

Eligibility: Not currently a member or advisor of a competing team; Not currently a student; 18+ years old

 

Preferred Experience: Knowledge and experience with maritime technology, particularly autonomous systems and/or vehicles.

 

Time Commitment:

 • 30 min review / video (all videos in at least one of four categories)

 • Categories:

    (1) Hull design,

    (2) Propulsion,

    (3) Power Management,

    (4) Sensors

 • 2-3 weeks to review

 • Total time: up to 20+ hours per category (pending team submissions)

(1hr orientation mtg + review + 1hr reconciliation mtg)

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Key Dates

 • July 7 @ 1800 ET – Judges Orientation Call

 • July 7 – 25, 2021 – Evaluation Period

 • August 4 @1800 ET – Judges Reconciliation Call

 

Resources

RoboSub 2021 Mission and Rules

Skills Video Guidelines

 

Sign up here

Website
Website
Time Commitment: 21 hours

Overview: Judges will review team websites for content, usability and design using the website guidelines.

 

Eligibility: Not currently a member or advisor of a competing team; Not currently a student; 18+ years old

 

Preferred Experience: Knowledge and experience developing websites/UI/UX and/or basic principles of engineering and/or technical communication.

 

Time Commitment:

 • 20 min / site (58 submissions)

 • 2-3 weeks to review

 • Total time: 21 hours

(1hr orientation mtg + review + 1hr reconciliation mtg)

 

Key Dates

 • July 7 @ 1800 ET – Judges Orientation Call

 • July 7 – 25, 2021 – Evaluation Period

 • August 4 @1800 ET – Judges Reconciliation Call

 

Resources

Sign up here

Competition Timeline

Teams

AGH University of Science and Technology
AGH University of Science and Technology
AGH Marines | AGHUST

Kraków, Poland

Website | Facebook

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Propulsion Systems

 

AGH Marines Science Club is an organization which associates AGH University of Science and Technology students which are passionate about underwater robotics and mechatronics. AGH Marines members conduct research in the field of underwater technologies, develop ROVs and AUVs and take part in various conferences. Additionally, the organization takes part in many social activities e.g. promoting STEM, giving lectures in high schools, participating in science fairs, technology exhibitions etc.

Amador Valley High School
Amador Valley High School
Amador Valley Robotics | AVBOTZ

Pleasanton, California, USA

WebsiteTwitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

AVBotz is a student-run robotics team of Amador Valley High School students in Pleasanton, California, a suburb on the East Bay of Silicon Valley. The Amador Valley HS Robotics Club (AVBotz) was founded in 1999 as a means for students at Amador Valley to explore and apply technologies related to the field of robotics. Since then, our members have perpetuated a legacy of learn-by-doing problem solving and independent learning, designing our own AUVs from scratch.

Arizona State University
Arizona State University
Underwater Robotics at Arizona State | ASUR

Tempe, Arizona, USA

Website

Technical Design Report

No Skills Video

 

Underwater Robotics at Arizona State (ASUR) is a competitive underwater robotics team comprised of undergraduate and graduate students. Every year, we design and build a new underwater robot, giving our team of students hands-on experience that will help them in industry. We value the diversity and professional and technical development of our team members and are passionate about inspiring K-12 students to get involved in STEM through outreach.

California Institute of Technology
California Institute of Technology
Caltech Robotics Team | CALTECH

Pasadena, California, USA

Website | FacebookTwitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

The Caltech Robotics Team is comprised of undergraduates spanning all years and a wide variety of majors from bioengineering to chemistry, but all of us have a passion for creation which we pour into these subs. Through Caltech’s atmosphere of total scientific and engineering immersion, team members begin taking on extensive projects as early as their freshman year and continue to gain valuable technical experience throughout their time at Caltech.

Cornell University
Cornell University
Cornell University Autonomous Underwater Vehicle | CUAUV

Ithaca, New York, USA

Website | FacebookTwitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Power Management

 

CUAUV is entirely undergraduate-run, consisting of over 45 students spanning numerous academic disciplines. The team offers a holistic engineering experience developing cutting-edge technology; students control the entire design, manufacturing, testing and revision cycle. CUAUV has four sub-teams — electrical, mechanical, business, and software — that work together in developing two AUVs each year.

Delhi Technological University
Delhi Technological University
DTU AUV

New Delhi, India

Website | FacebookInstagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Power Management | Sensor Optimization

Optional Demonstration Video

 

The Delhi Technological University (formerly Delhi College of Engineering) has a group of students who have been working on an innovation project called the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (DTU-AUV) since 2007. The team consists of undergraduate students from a multi-disciplinary background working under the guidance of Faculty Advisor Dr. Ajeet Kumar, Dept. of Applied Physics, DTU. The team depends on the generous support of sponsors to design and develop an AUV of Industrial standards.

Duke University
Duke University
Duke Robotics Club | DUKE

Durham, North Carolina, USA

Website | Facebook

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Propulsion Systems | Sensor Optimization

Optional Demonstration Video

 

The Duke Robotics Club is a student-run organization in Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering. Our mission is to provide Duke undergraduate and graduate students a place to pursue their interest in robotics by working on high-impact, large-scale robotics projects and competitions, primarily in the realm of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). These projects allow our talented students to hone their skills and demonstrate the strength of Duke Engineering.

École de Technologie Supérieure
École de Technologie Supérieure
S.O.N.I.A. AUV | S.O.N.I.A.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Website | FacebookTwitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

S.O.N.I.A, an acronym for Système d’Opération Nautique Intelligent et Autonome is a scientific club from École de Technologie Supérieure located in Montreal, Québec. Established in 1999, team S.O.N.I.A has since designed and engineered 8 Autonomous Underwater Vehicles. The club consists of students from Mechanical, Electrical and Software programs. We believe in harmonious team work and that knowledge is best acquired through hands-on experience.

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
UFRJ Nautilus | UFRJ

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Propulsion System

 

UFRJ Nautilus is a team from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro focused on technology and innovation in the field of autonomous vehicles. We are the first Brazilian team to participate in RoboSub. Created in 2016, our team is characterized by interdisciplinarity, with members from different courses. We are engaged to keep tight and build a robot in which all members can be recognized.

Federal University of Santa Catarina
Federal University of Santa Catarina
Terra Competition Team | TERRA

Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Hull Design

 

TERRA is the first competition team from the Federal University of Santa Catarina for the development, research, design and construction of an Autonomous Submarine Vehicle (AUV). The team is composed of engineering undergraduate students. The main objective of the team is to increase knowledge and develop new underwater technologies.

Gonzaga University
Gonzaga University
Gonzaga University Robotics | GU

Spokane, Washington, USA

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

GU RoboSub is a place for engineering students of different disciplines to work together to create unique solutions to complex problems and challenges. We are a team of zealous innovators who strive every year to build and perfect an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). We focus on collaboration not only to further our own knowledge but also to provide each team member with valuable hands-on experience.

Harvey Mudd College
Harvey Mudd College
MuddSub | MUDDSUB

Claremont, California, USA

Website | Twitter

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Sensor Optimization

 

MuddSub is a passionate team of students dedicated to building an autonomous underwater robot. As an organization, MuddSub combines priorities for individual growth, exploration, and experimentation with rigorous engineering and design processes. From a technical perspective, the team strives to develop a truly autonomous vehicle using cutting-edge techniques to understand, navigate, and interact with the environment. MuddSub fosters and develops the technical, interpersonal, professional, and leadership abilities of all members.

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
AUV-IITB | IITB

Powai, Mumbai, India

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Propulsion System

Optional Demonstration Video

 

AUV-IITB is a multidisciplinary student-faculty group of around 60 students from different specializations at IITBombay having a strong motivation to explore, facilitate research and develop technology in the field of Underwater Robotics. It consists of four sub-divisions, namely Mechanical, Electronics, Software and Business

Maritime State University named after admiral G.I. Nevelskoy
Maritime State University named after admiral G.I. Nevelskoy
MSU AUV | MSUN

Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai, Russian Federation

Website

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

AUV team of Maritime State University is based in Vladivostok, Russia. Our team was founded in 2015. MSU_AUV ended up on the third place during RoboSub 2015, which was amazing. This year, we increased our reliability and added a few features to increase performance of our vehicle. Our team members – all MSU students and our mentors are MSU engineers with great experience. This year our goal is to win RoboSub 2021 and we are looking forward it!

McGill University
McGill University
McGill Robotics | MR

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Propulsion Systems

 

McGill Robotics is a student-run engineering design team at McGill University. We hopes to see its efforts ignite a mobilizing passion for robotics within the McGill community and beyond. Through the team’s initiatives, members of McGill Robotics strive to boldly challenge their professional and technical abilities while constantly striving to exceed both the team’s own expectations and those established by others.

Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education
Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education
VantTec | VTEC

Monterrey, Nuevo León, México

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

VantTec is a group of students from Tec de Monterrey focused on the research and development of unmanned autonomous vehicles. The team emerged in 2017 as a multidisciplinary project with undergraduate and graduate students interested in researching new technologies, revolutionizing the field of STEM.

National Institute of Technology Rourkela
National Institute of Technology Rourkela
Tiburon | TIBURON

Rourkela, Odisha, India

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Hull Design

 

Formed in 2014, Team Tiburon is an interdisciplinary team from The National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, that works towards designing and developing AUVs capable of performing a plethora of tasks without a human pilot. And we take pride in announcing that we have been actively developing bots capable enough to perform complex operations such as dropping, grabbing, and torpedo shooting. Moreover, we take part in various Student AUV competitions at both National and International levels.

National University of Singapore
National University of Singapore
Bumblebee | NUS

Singapore

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

Optional Demonstration Video

 

We are a group of innovators who envision to build autonomous systems of the future. We build and design autonomous maritime vehicles that capable of navigating underwater and on the water surface and perform a series of tasks without any remote control assistance. The system is targeted to be designed as highly intelligent and robust to changing environmental conditions. Full autonomy is achieved with an advanced sensor suite and an array of powerful actuators.

Ohio State University
Ohio State University
Ohio State University Underwater Robotics Team | OSU-UWRT

Columbus, Ohio, USA

Website | Facebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

The Underwater Robotics Team (UWRT) is an interdisciplinary student project team at The Ohio State University that specializes in the design, construction, and operation of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs). Students from a variety of majors are responsible for every aspect of building the vehicles, including machining housings, soldering circuit boards, and developing software. Additionally, the team presents their robots at a number of STEM outreach events in Columbus.

Oregon Tech (OIT)
Oregon Tech (OIT)
OTUS AUVSIR

Klamath Falls, Oregon, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Propulsion Systems | Sensor Optimization

Optional Demonstration Video

 

OTUS AUVSIR Team is proud to be participating in the 2021 RoboSub underwater robotics competition, consisting of AUVSIR club & Sr project teammates. The purpose is to design, manufacture a functional autonomous robot capable of completing several tasks underwater, enhancing teamwork, communication skills while having fun to become familiar w/the preparation of scientific research, innovation, & engineering w/technologies to articulate the linkage bw vehicle performance & overall competition strategy, to learn lessons from the experience.

Si Se Puede Foundation / Arizona State University
Si Se Puede Foundation / Arizona State University
Desert WAVE | SSPF

Chandler, Arizona, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

No Skills Video

 

The Si Se Puede Foundation has partnered with Arizona State University to create a women’s autonomous underwater vehicle team. The team has completed two previous Robosub competitions placing 3rd and 2nd overall. The team is place where team members can learn from industry experts and each other to prepare themselves for the 21st century workforce.

Simplexity
Simplexity
SIMPLEXITY

San Diego, California, USA

Website

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Propulsion Systems

 

Fueled by our passion for the ocean and technology, creating a sub that can merge these two worlds together inspired us into entering the RoboSub competition. We are a San Diego based team and are comprised of students ranging in education from middle school through graduate school. We have a positive attitude and love learning all about robotics. We strive to make a positive impact on the environment through robotics.

Team Inspiration
Team Inspiration
INSPIRE

San Diego, California, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

Optional Demonstration Video

 

We are a 10th-year robotics team from San Diego, California, with students ranging from 8th grade to 12th grade. We currently participate in the FIRST Tech Challenge, RoboSub, and Donkey Car robotics programs. Our goal is to be able to learn the most we can about robotics and to spread all that knowledge to others, as seen through our team motto: To learn, to share, to innovate, to inspire!

Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University
WE REAF

College Station, Texas, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

WE REAF is a student-led project team at Texas A&M University, supported by the TAMU Women in Engineering Program. Established in 2015, our purpose is to design and build an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) and compete in the AUVSI Robosub competition. Each year, our team constructs a better robot and members range from freshman to seniors. Members are from a variety of engineering majors and we welcome students without experience to participate on our team.

Troy High School NJROTC
Troy High School NJROTC
Troy NJROTC SPEAR | TROYSPEAR

Fullerton, California, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Propulsion SystemsSensor Optimization

 

Troy NJROTC SPEAR is a High School underwater robotics team comprised of freshmen through juniors. We are an NJROTC team that currently participates in RoboSub and SeaPerch. Our team was created in 2019 and our goal is to increase knowledge and develop engineering skills. We are also passionate about helping educate middle school students through community outreach. We are excited to compete in RoboSub for the first time this year!

University of Alberta
University of Alberta
Autonomous Robotic Vehicle Project | ARVP

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Hull Design

 

The Autonomous Robotic Vehicle Project (ARVP) strives to develop, apply, and promote technologies related to the field of autonomous robotics. This student group includes members from the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Business, and Department of Computing Science. ARVP provides opportunities for students to apply their academics to a competitive robotic platform and gain practical experience in project management.

University of British Columbia
University of British Columbia
UBC Subbots | UBC

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Website | Facebook

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Propulsion Systems

 

UBC Subbots is an engineering student design team dedicated to making autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) based at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. The team was founded in 2017 with members from various engineering disciplines and computer science. We are consisted of three main subteams: Electrical, Mechanical, and Software. Students on our team have full control over the design process, starting from initial prototyping, manufacturing, to testing.

University of California Riverside
University of California Riverside
UCR Robosub | UCR

Riverside, California, USA

Website | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

We are the University of California, Riverside’s competitive autonomous underwater vehicle project. Each year we construct a submarine capable of completing a number of aquatic objectives entirely on its own. The design and construction require a large interdisciplinary team working collaboratively to share expertise and communication throughout the process. The project exposes all students to utilizing their coursework skills, working with others outside their major, and granting experience with a large-scale project with real-world applications.

University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Colorado at Boulder
Colorado RoboSub

Boulder, Colorado, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

No Technical Design Report | No Skills Video

 

We are the CU Boulder RoboSub team. Our program provides STEM inclined students the opportunity to gain interdisciplinary experience designing, prototyping, and testing unmanned, underwater vehicles. Students apply their classroom knowledge with industry experience and tools on our three engineering teams: electrical, mechanical, and software. Our program provides a safe, diverse, inclusive, and collaborative environment for students to expand their existing technical skill set and meet other students with similar passions.

University of Florida
University of Florida
SubjuGator | UF-SUB

Gainesville, Florida, USA

Website | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Power Management

 

SubjuGator is an autonomous underwater vehicle project designed and built by students of the Machine Intelligence Laboratory (MIL) at the University of Florida (UF). The University of Florida has participated in every RoboSub competition since its incarnation in 1998. The SubjuGator team is comprised of undergraduate (primarily) and graduate students of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, and the Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering.

University of Missouri- Columbia
University of Missouri- Columbia
Mizzou Student Underwater Robotics Foundation | MIZZOUSURF

Columbia, Missouri, USA

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Propulsion Systems

 

Student’s Underwater Robotics Foundation is a student organization that strives to implement the knowledge of engineering courses- utilizing them by manufacturing marine robotics projects. Mizzou SURF is a competition team with an element of robotic research.

University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez
University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez
RUMarino | UPRM

Mayagüez, Puerto Rico

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Hull Design | Sensor Optimization

 

Team RUMarino, founded under CROME UPRM’s robotic association in 2015. In 2018, it was adopted by the Robotic and Automation Society of the IEEE, Student chapter. RUMarino is committed to build the next generation AUV, which will represent the university, the sponsors and Puerto Rico, in the International RoboSub competition. RUMarino is a multidisciplinary team that consists of various majors. RUMarino had compete three times, and had bring prizes in two occasions.

Vortex Alexandria
Vortex Alexandria
VORTEXALX

Alexandria, Egypt

Website | FacebookInstagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Videos: Propulsion Systems | Sensor Optimization

 

We are a team compromised of students from several universities all over Egypt under the name Vortex and we have been participating in ROV competitions since 2016. Our interest in underwater robotics has persuaded the graduates to further pursue our passion in originating a commercial manufacturing company first of its type in Egypt and the Middle East region.

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
PWr Diving Crew | PWR_DC

Wroclaw, Poland

WebsiteFacebook | Instagram

Technical Design Report

Skills Video: Hull Design

 

PWr Diving Crew project is held by Science Club „Robocik” operating at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology since 2016. Its main goal is to design and develop remotely operated and autonomous underwater robots. Our team consists of over 60 ambitious students who independently organize project, work on it and promote results. Currently, we are also working on usage of fuel cells and improvement of navigation and communication.

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