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Winners from the MATE World Championship Remotely Operated Vehicle Competition
Whether virtually or in-person, several honors were awarded at the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) International Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competition World Championship that took place at East Tennessee State University, Aug. 5 to 7.
- 1st Place: Valor Maritime International from Beaverton, OR (215pt)
- 1st Place: ARES ROV from West Richland, WA (188pt)
- 2nd Place: WATTS from Warrenton, OR (162pt)
- 3rd Place: Valor ORCAs from Beaverton, OR (153pt)
Congrats to all of our teams for a great 2021 regional competition! We are excited to share our 2021 award winners below and encourage you to go to our Dauphin Island Sea Lab Facebook page for photos and video highlights. Happy ROVing!
Buoyancy Award –-best attitude when facing hardship and overcoming obstacles
Hello Teams! Welcome to the 2021 Competition season!
Q: Have you finalized the dates and location of the 2021 MATE World Championship?
A: Not yet! We are working to secure dates during the first week of August – again, in an effort to put more of a buffer between the event and the virus (and to allow more time for vaccinations). We had hoped to lock in the dates and location by the end of February but need more time. Thank you for your continued patience!
Help Us Get Ready for the 2021 Regional Competition
Dear Oregon MATE ROV Instructors and Mentors,
We are working to plan a MATE ROV Oregon Regional Competition for 2021. We know that this year is full of changes for schools, educators, and students, so please complete this short survey to help us gauge your intent and ability for participating in the Oregon Regional MATE ROV competition in 2021.