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Ridgeview Robotics

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Nick Ruedig

on 13 May 2014

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Transcript of Ridgeview Robotics

Plans for Ridgeview
This Summer
What is MATE ROV?
Why Join
the Robotics Club?
Summer
Enlist members
Fundraise
Plan
Fall
Increase membership
Partner with Intro Engineering Class
Begin Construction
December

ROV Teams and Competition
Not Autonomous - Operated from the surface
Perform Real World Tasks
Science experiment maintenance
Hazardous observations (reefs, volcanoes, Arctic)
Wreck investigation (Titanic, Great Lakes, WWII Ships)
Oil spill evaluation and containment
Drones of the Ocean


ROV Competition
Ridgeview Robotics
The mission of the MATE Center is to provide the marine technical workforce with appropriately educated workers and to use marine technology to create interest in and improve STEM education.
Marine Advanced Technology Education

Students form corporations
Design, build, test, demonstrate ROV
Present as technical sales pitch
Compete to perform missions
MATE ROV Competition
Student retention
Multiple faculty members
Involved parents
Consistent funding
Space and camaraderie
Self-Sustaining Club
Internships
Employment
Workshops
FUNDRAISE

Identify targets
Visit local companies
Call or write national companies
Plan school fundraisers (Friday pizza?)
Brainstorm other ideas for money
PLAN

Create corporate structure
Designate rough teams

Review past tech reports
Identify successful systems
Diagnose dead end ideas
Prepare backup


Create part wish list
example: http://jesuitrobotics.org/
Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle

Global Explorer ROV
Searched for Loch Ness Monster
Used for NOAA and NatGeo exploration
Royal Navy Cutlet (1950s)
Used to retrieve practice torpedos
Investigated Titanic wreck
Often used for Oil and Gas recovery
Engage students in STEM and expose them to science and technology careers
Encourage students to develop and apply technical, teamwork, and problem solving skills
Provide funds, materials, and technical expertise to support student learning provide industry with skilled individuals who can fill workforce needs
Achieve a sense of purpose
Participate in a team project
Enhance problem-solving skills
Investigate science and technology
Open possibilities of future education
Spark imagination
Have fun with peers
Get to build a robot
The design, construction, and operation of ROVs requires
Basic understanding of physical principles
Awareness of available materials and components
Exercise of creative problem solving skills
Practice of basic handcrafting skills
Ability to follow leaders
Willingness to lead
Extra patience and humor
Desire to succeed
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