Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles

Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles

Students learn about balance and buoyancy while designing, building and experimenting with R.O.V.’s (Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles). Students construct vehicles from scratch, assembling, wiring and waterproofing motor units, then assembling a vehicle frame using PVC piping. In the ETHOS “ocean” students are challenging to complete numerous tasks, including retrieving objects from our ocean floor, navigating an underwater obstacle course, and lifting large masses to the surface.

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November 26, 2017