Read through the latest Rules and Task Descriptions document for information ranging from entry rules to the competition course.
Assemble your team and design an autonomous, robotic boat to navigate and race through an aquatic obstacle course. The behaviors your Autonomous Surface Vessel (ASV), or RoboBoat will demonstrate will mimic tasks that are currently being developed for coastal surveillance, port security and other types of oceanographic operations.
Will you take on the 13th RoboBoat competition?
Rules and Task Descriptions
2020 RoboBoat Season
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Robotics Association at Embry-Riddle
Florida State University Panama City/Gulf Coast State College
Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Tech Marine Robotics
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
GT Marine Robotics is dedicated to providing an environment for learning about and developing autonomous robots which operate in aquatic environments. We compete in various marine robotics competitions involving autonomous navigation. Past competitions include RoboBoat, RoboSub, and RobotX.
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Barunastra ITS RoboBoat Team
Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Barunastra comes from two words; Varuna/Baruna which, according to Hindu belief, means the God of the sea and Astra meaning a weapon. Thus, Barunastra means the weapon of the sea God. Barunastra ITS Team focuses on the research of Autonomous Robots Vessels since 2012. There are 3 main divisions that play an important role in this team, Mechanics, Electro-Programming, and Official. Our core vision is developing unmanned vessels to foster the world’s maritime technology advancement.
Military Technical College
MW in ancient Egyptian language means water. MW is a seasoned undergraduate team, based in Cairo, Egypt, representing the Military Technical College and specialized in building maritime autonomous systems, ASV and ROV. Loaded with thousands of years of ancient Egyptian legacy of ship building. Although 2019 was the first entry for MW, which was full of logistics issues, but got rewarded the rapid prototyping award. This year 2020, MW are much more into the challenge.
Tecnológico de Monterrey
Monterrey, Nuevo León, México
VantTec is a group of students from the Tec de Monterrey, focused on research and development of autonomous vehicles. We want to inspire generations of young people to get involved in research and development in their areas of interest from the start of their careers, and learn about national and international opportunities in academia and professional paths.
Autonomous Marine Vehicle
Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Autonomous Marine Vehicle Universitas Indonesia (AMV UI) is one of the divisions in Robotics Team Universitas Indonesia (TRUI) that develops unmanned ship technology. Starting from the creative ideas of several students in developing maritime technology and robotics in 2012, a team that has innovation spirit and huge eagerness to contribute for Indonesia was founded.
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
UM::Autonomy is an award-winning undergraduate student project team from the University of Michigan. Each year we build an autonomous boat to participate in the RoboNation Roboboat competition. The boat is completely designed and programmed by students. We aim to provide students with hands-on multidisciplinary design experience in artificial intelligence, naval architecture, and electrical engineering. Each year we strive to push the physical and conceptual bounds of our autonomous vehicle.
Find Out More
By land, sea, airspace or cyberspace there’s a place for you in RoboNation. Before we start asking complex questions, let’s start with some simple ones, like your name, email and your field of interest.