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santacruzsentinel - International Competition- 2013

Capitolwords - International Competition- 2013

tpgonlinedaily - International Competition- 2013

MATE- Marine Advanced Technology Education Center - Company who runs ROV Program

 

 

Robotics Club

2015-2016 Robitics Process

 

2016-2017 Robotics Prototype To Product

 

Our Mission Statement

Robotics club is here to support students participating in the Mate Robotics Competition as well as get students who are interested in Robotics.

Underwater Robotics in the Real World

 

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Meetings

Tuesday
Lunch

D-205

Advisors

Manildi, Joseph
Physics, AP Physics, Earth and Space Teacher

Club Officers

President: Johan Govars

Vice President: Caleb Broxton

Secretary: Justin Frauenhofer

Treasurer: Jacob Sandler

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.

www.marinetech.org

http://monterey.marinetech2.org/

 

ROV Acomplishments

See our previous accomplishments
in the: 
Robotics Showcase!

2016-2017 Mission Tasks