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RoboBoat 2024 was held at the Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, Florida, USA, with 16 teams representing six countries — Canada, Indonesia, Mexico, Poland, Turkey, and the United States. This was a record year with all teams passing safety inspection in the first two days and 15 teams qualifying for finals!
Congratulations to all RoboBoat 2024 teams! We look forward to seeing you in 2025!
February 5-11, 2024
Sarasota, Florida, USA
• High School, College
• 75% or more full-time students
• Minimum of three team members
(Released October 25, 2023)
(Updated September 11, 2023)
(Updated on 01/23/2024)
(Updated on 01/23/2024)
TeamTime #2 | January 9, 2023
TeamTime | October 26, 2023
(Released January 9, 2024)
San Diego, California, USA
We are a joint team between Team Inspiration, a community robotics team based in San Diego, California, started in 2011, and the Triton-AI club of University of California, San Diego. We have students ranging from 10th grade to college graduates. Combined, our teams currently participate in FIRST Tech Challenge, RoboBoat, RoboSub, RoboCar, EVGrand Prix, Indy Autonomous Challenge, VRX, and RobotX competitions. Our goal is to be able to learn the most we can about robotics and to spread that knowledge to others.
Ithaca, New York, USA
We are a hard-working, driven team of hardware and software engineers from Cornell University, dedicated to building and innovating in the field of naval architecture and maritime robotics. Our students challenge themselves in a fast-paced work environment, while also making lifelong connections with incredible people. Our goal is to design, manufacture, test, and compete with an autonomous boat capable of decision making and complex path planning using computer vision.
Gdańsk, Pomorskie, Poland
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
The Marine Robotics Group is a student organization at Georgia Tech tackling the challenges of sending autonomous machines into the blue. Our team is composed of undergraduate and graduate students who cooperatively learn about and develop aquatic autonomous vehicles.
Oviedo, Florida, USA
Comprised of current Hagerty High School and University of Central Florida (UCF) students, this is a community team who are passionate about exploring autonomy in creative and collaborative environment.
Sariyer, Istanbul, Turkey
Arlington, Texas, USA
We are a team of passionate students from Arlington, TX, returning for our second year. As a dedicated crew of engineers, scientists, artists, and leaders, we strive to push the limits of what high school students can achieve.
(LSSU) Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, USA
(FAU) Boca Raton, Floridda, USA
Team AMORE unites two schools for the first time, with Lake Superior State University from Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, and Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. Although it marks their first joint venture in a competition, the team boasts experience from prior RoboBoat and RobotX competitions, making them a formidable force.
St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada
Iceberg ASV is an engineering design team from the Memorial University of Newfoundland, comprised of 20 undergraduate students from a variety of programs and disciplines. The team was founded in 2022 and is competing at RoboBoat for a second time in 2024.
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexido
VantTec is a group of students from Tecnológico de Monterrey focused on the research and development of unmanned autonomous vehicles. The team emerged in 2017 as a multidisciplinary project with undergraduate and graduate students interested in researching new technologies, revolutionizing the field of STEM.
New London, Connecticut, USA
Our team consists of current cadets at the United States Coast Guard Academy. We come from all different parts of the country and all different experience levels in electrical engineering, cyber systems, and naval architecture. Our love for these has brought us together to compete in the competition this year.
Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia
Bengawan UV Roboboat team is a Sub division of Bengawan UV Team of Universitas Sebelas Maret. This team had been established since December 2016. This team aims for advance research in science and technology especially on unmanned surface vehicle in Indonesia.
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
UM::Autonomy is a student-led project team from the University of Michigan. Established in 2007, this is the team’s 16th year of competition in the RoboBoat Competition. We aim to further the study of autonomous robotics and marine vessels at the University of Michigan by providing students with hands-on, multidisciplinary design experience. Each year, we strive to push the physical and conceptual bounds of our ASV.
Calle Post, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico