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Team Marine Robotics TECH 797

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    Team Marine robotics is a team of senior mechanical engineers on team MANTAY which stands for Marine And Naval Technological Advancements for Robotic AutonomY. Team MANTARAY is an interdisciplinary team consisting of mechanical, ocean, and electrical engineers, along with computer science majors. Among all of the different majors on the large team there are also students across all 4 undergraduate grades. The project for TECH 797 combines the goals of the teams that were previously known as ASV and ROV. The homologation of the two teams allows the team members to learn about systems on top and underneath water.

    The overall goal of the MANTARAY project is to complete the first grant from a Naval base in Keyport, Washington where an Autonomous Surface Vehicle (ASV) will complete a seafloor mapping mission and deploy a Unmanned Underwater Vehicle

    (UUV) to take a video and photos of a point of interest. Team MANTARAY has also been awarded a second grant that started in January 2021. This grant it to create vehicle to vehicle communications as well as create a new platform that is a biomimetic fish.

    The Marine Robotics team consisting of just the senior mechanical engineers had three overall goals for this year. The first one is to finish the proof of concept mission completing the first grant from the Naval base in Keyport, Washington. The second goal is to implement the graduate research of Allisa Dalpe in autonomous path planning. The third goal is the creation of a new platform called GUPPS/Robo-Fish to aid at University of New Hampshire’s Aquafort in monitoring the Steelhead Trout.

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