Science Discovery Ismailia - Sea Dragon
Team Name: Sea Dragon
Organization: Science Discovery Ismailia
Competition Class: RANGER
What were the other options for your team’s name? If there was only ever the one option for your name, what is the origin of your team’s name?
Atlantis or Anti-plastic dragon
What word/phrase is most often heard when your team is working on your ROV?
“Pretty easy to connect the dots.”
Which job or thing your team has to do is the hardest? Why?
One of the most difficult things was trying to reach a completely isolated cylinder having the ability to go down to great depths and for long periods without any water leakage.
What is your team's go-to snack food(s)?
Indomie & Abu Ali
What was the most celebrated/happiest/best/epic moment of success making your ROV?
The most happiest moment when we saw our great effort moving for the first time in the water.
What was your most memorable challenge/complete fail in building your ROV?
One of the most difficult challenges was cracking the flange during the experiments and before the competition resumed for a short time, then we were confused to either complete with the crack or make a change, but the time was not on our side.
What "theme" – the scientific or physical problem to be addressed with an ROV task – would you most like to see included in future competition missions?
ch for mines under water, discover them, try to dismantle them, and reveal the presence of relics, minerals and buried riches.
What innovation do you think would completely change how ROVs solve problems in the future?
We hope to find a way to communicate under the water without wires to be more flexible in the movement and can reach more places and depths.
If you could swap ROVs with any team – past or present – what team would it be?
Seal Team SCAYLR
If your team had/has one, what is your team’s “theme song”?
"Beliver" by Imagine Dragons