Team Info

2019 MATE Oregon Regional ROV Competition

Registered Teams

Last updated 4/16/19
Scout = 16; Navigator = 5, Ranger = 4, Explorer = 2

 

SCOUT    
Team name School / Organization City
Columbia Pilots Columbia River Maritime Museum Astoria
Newport Middle School Newport Middle School Newport
Taft 7-12 Taft 7-12 Lincoln City
H20 Mantas Toledo Elementary Toledo
A.R.O.M.V.s Toledo Elementary School Toledo
Aqua Valor Valor Christian School International Beaverton
Valor Tsunami Valor Christian School International Beaverton
Mystery Marines Wallace and Priscilla Stevenson Intermediate School White Salmon, WA
Aqua Rays Wallace and Priscilla Stevenson Intermediate School White Salmon, WA
Blue Dolphins Wallace and Priscilla Stevenson Intermediate School White Salmon, WA
SeaWolves Wallace and Priscilla Stevenson Intermediate School White Salmon, WA
Warrenton Water Masters Warrenton Grade School Warrenton
Warrenton Warrior Waves Warrenton Grade School Warrenton
Warrenton Water Warriors Warrenton Grade School Warrenton
Sea Sharks Wasco County 4-H The Dalles
SCUBA Nova Wasco County 4-H The Dalles
     
NAVIGATOR    
Team name School / Organization City
Astern Association Life Christian School Aloha
Peanut Gallery Tillamook High School Tillamook
Marine Robotics International Valor Christian School International Beaverton
ROV Sharks Wasco County 4-H The Dalles
S.I.I.C Robotics Wasco County 4-H The Dalles
     
RANGER    
Team name School / Organization City
The Tiger Sharks Tigard High School Tigard
Devil Dogs Tillamook High School Tillamook
Sea Donkey Tillamook School District #9 Tillamook
Valor Maritime Valor Christian School International Beaverton

EXPLORER  
School / Organization City
Linn-Benton Community College Albany
Oregon State University Corvallis

Explorer teams will be sharing their ROVs in the gym and testing the capabilities of their ROVs in the pool, but not competing in this Regional event.

   

 

 


The MATE ROV Competition is a truly unique robotics program. Our reach is all-inclusive: from elementary through university, MATE teams are comprised of students from every age group. We're not cost-prohibitive: robots can be built on a very small budget and still be highly competitive. And we're real-world driven: all of our missions are based on real tasks and challenges faced by the marine industry today. 

Not sure where to start?  Visit the respective links to the SCOUT, NAVIGATOR, RANGER, and EXPLORER teams for information about our competition classes! 

Are you the parent of a student interested in robotics? Check out the Parents’ Resource Center for links to great information about the MATE ROV competition. 

To be added to the MATE competition e-mail list contact Jill Zande

The following links provide a wealth of information: 

2019-specific competition documents (links will become active as information is made available: 

  • General Information (includes information on eligibility, EXPLORER class demonstrations, and more!) 
  • Missions, Specs, & Scoring
  • EXPLORER CLASS demonstration requirements
  • Competition brochure
  • Your team won your regional or passed your demonstration - what next?!