MATE International  ROV Competition 

About MATE International ROV Competition
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.
 
The MATE competition challenges K-12, community college, and university students from all over the world to design and build ROVs to tackle missions modeled after scenarios from the ocean workplace.  The competition’s class structure of beginner, intermediate, and advanced complements the education pipeline by providing students with the opportunity to build upon their skills – and the application of those skills – as they engineer increasingly more complex ROVs for increasingly more complex mission tasks.
 
The MATE competition requires students to think of themselves as “entrepreneurs” and transform their teams into companies that manufacture, market, and sell “products.”  In addition to engineering their ROVs, the students are required to prepare technical reports, poster displays, and engineering presentations that are delivered to working professionals who serve as competition judges.
About CMAss ROV Team
CMAss ROV Team participated in Asia Regional IET/MATE Underwater Robot Challenge from 2008. Our team won the Champion Award in the Ranger Class (Senior Secondary Level) in 2012, 2013 and 2014, beating more than 20 teams from Hong Kong and around Asia. As a regional champion, we represented Hong Kong to compete with other regional champion in MATE International ROV Competition.
 
In 2015 - 2016, we competed in Explore Class (University Level) and won a spot to be a representative of Hong Kong to compete againist with other university  form Canada, Chain, Egypt, Iran, Mexico, Norway, Russia, United Kingdom and United States. 
In 2017, we backed to Ranger Class again. Once again, we are the Champion and represent Hong Kong to compete in 16th MATE International ROV Competition.
 

2019

THETA​​

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2018

 

ETA

2017

 

ZETA

2014

 

GAMMA

2016

 

EPSILON

2013

 

BETA

2015

 

DELTA

2012

 

ALPHA

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