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The Singapore AUV challenge aims to provide students an opportunity to experience the challenges of AUV system engineering and develop skills in the associated technologies. The focus is on autonomous operations in a swimming pool format, rather than remote control in a small tank, and it is aimed at University and Polytechnic students. The Singapore AUV challenge emphasises on outreach, learning and skill development. The competition is open to Singapore and international participants.
  • To provide opportunities for students to experience the challenges of system engineering.
  • To develop an appreciation, understanding and skills in AUV related technologies.
  • To expose students to AUV technologies and increase awareness and interest in careers related to marine robotics.
  • To provide a learning ground for students with an interest in international AUV competitions.


Winners of The Singapore AUV Challenge 2017

Fastest completion of tasks, Joint Winners: 
Far Eastern Federal University/Institute of Marine Technology Problems, Russia and
Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Pakistan

Team with maximum tasks accomplished: 
Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

Youngest finalist team: 
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary), Singapore

Most liked photography competition: 
Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Pakistan


List of finalists (not in order of performance):

Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Pakistan
Far Eastern Federal University/Institute of Marine Technology Problems, Russia
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Northwestern Polytechnical University, China
Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School (Secondary), Singapore
Prairie View A&M University, USA
Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore
University Teknikal Malaysia Melaka, Malaysia
University Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia


Participants:

Delhi Technological University, India
Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore
NUS High School, Singapore




Check out the gallery page for videos and photos from past events.

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