Women’s underwater robotics team makes waves in the desert

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Women’s underwater robotics team makes waves in the desert

Women’s underwater robotics team makes waves in the desert

A team of Fulton Schools students are building an autonomous robotic submarine to compete in the National Underwater Robotics Challenge in June at ASU’s Polytechnic campus. The team, named Desert WAVE (Women in Autonomous Vehicle Engineering), is believed to be only the second all-female underwater robotics team in the world. Next, Desert WAVE will head to San Diego to participate in the international RoboSub competition.

See Also: Dorks Estate: Desert WAVE, ASU’s first all-female underwater robotics team, The State Press (Podcast)

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