2016 MATE ROV Competition
From the Gulf of Mexico to Jupiter’s Moon Europa: ROV Encounters in Inner and Outer Space
The 15th annual MATE international ROV competition will took place June 23-25, 2016 in at the NASA Johnson Space Center's Neutral Buoyancy Lab in Houston, Texas, USA. Click here for the results!
For the full competition manuals for each competition class, please visit the links below.
- We're going to Europa!
- Submarine uses Monterey Canyon as training ground for possible space exploration
- Jupiter Moon Europa's Ocean May Have Enough Energy To Support Life
Google Hangouts with the Schmidt Ocean Institute (SOI)
MATE Technical Bulletins:
The MATE Center is starting a series of technical bulletins designed to help teams engineer and construct safe, functional (and built to MATE specs!) ROVs. See below for links to these resources. If there is a particular topic your team would like to see, please contact us!