Underwater Innovative Vehicle Design Challenge
Challenging students to engineer for the marine environment.
Square One’s Underwater Innovative Vehicle Design project challenges students to engineer for the marine environment. The real world application of underwater robotics makes this a very relevant student project.
Student teams must design and build their underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to accomplish a variety of tasks in a given amount of time. Student teams will compete in vehicle performance, engineering and craftsmanship, design innovation, ambassadorship, and presentation categories.
Join the challenge.
Student teams compete at the annual IVD Challenge Day for awards in performance, engineering, craftsmanship, design, innovation, ambassadorship, presentation and more.
The annual IVD Registration Fee includes:
- Access to all project resources (Project Parameters, all presentations, parts lists, instructional videos, etc)
- Participation in all Underwater IVD Competitions
- Ongoing tech support from IVD Project Specialist
- On-site tech support available on request
- Access to private site for networking & tech support
All Square One IVD Teams are eligible for the 99h Grant Program from the Michigan Department of Education. The 99h program provides funding for registration fees, base vehicles, tools & supplies, “build budget”, food & travel, and teacher stipends. Estimated cost to field an Underwater IVD Team is $2000-$2500 plus the registration fee ($1500 Rookie / $500 Veteran) paid to Square One ($2500 – $4000 total).
Sign up your team today!
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