What does it take to make robotics work underwater? Underwater Robotic Camps will help campers answer this question. Our Underwater Robotic camps for rising 6th - 9th grades explore the underwater world of remote operated vehicles (ROVs) and the real-world applications of this exciting field.
These 4 - 8 day camps aim to keep you busy both mentally and physically. Teams of campers will work together to design, build, and test a SeaMATE PufferFish or Triggerfish (Advanced Level 2 only) ROV underwater robot. In addition, describe what a robot is and how robots are used to support work that has been traditionally performed by people.
Underwater Robotic camps are offered on Walters State Community College Morristown, Claiborne, Newport Center, Sevierville and Niswonger Campuses.
These camps are supported by the following organizations and industries:
Note: Youth camps will not meet on June 19, 2024
“The mission of the RTF is to help rural students recognize opportunities in technology careers, facilitate pathways to work in the computer industry, and provide equitable access to technology for students with disabilities.”