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Jesuit Robotics


We innovate, formulate, and fabricate ROVs

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Jesuit Robotics


We innovate, formulate, and fabricate ROVs

Skills 

Here at Jesuit Rovotics, we strive to construct quality products efficiently. Since moving from a physics lab to our own compact yet competent work space, we have been able to make use of two band saws, two drill presses, a lathe, a CNC milling machine, a 3D Printer, as well as various other tools. This allows us to put our best foot forward in all stages of our project.

Our CNC Mill cutting aluminum for the electronics housing.

Our CNC Mill cutting aluminum for the electronics housing.

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Our Team


We are students of Jesuit High school that have a passion for engineering and design.

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Our Team


We are students of Jesuit High school that have a passion for engineering and design.

2014 Team Picture With Predator ROV

2014 Team Picture With Predator ROV

Our team

We are students of Jesuit high school that are passionate for the future of technology, leadership, and innovation. Each year we construct a ROV to compete in the MATE competition. This robotics program gives us the opportunity to work with people with the same love for technology and engineering. It is an outlet for students to learn about underwater engineering and sciences.

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The Competition


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The Competition


Mate

The Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center is a nation partnership of organizations working to improve marine technical education and in the way to help to prepare America's future workforce for ocean occupations. Headquartered at Monterey Peninsula College (MPC) in Monterey, California, the MATE Center has been funded as a National Science Foundation (NSF) Advanced Technological Education (ATE) Center of Excellence since 1997. 

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