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Virtual Platform Launch

Note: only registered attendees can access the virtual platform and virtual booth. 

September 28, 2020

Virtual Platform Coffee Talk

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  • Meeting ID: 865 9877 2303
  • Passcode: 447699
  • Phone: +1 301 715 8592

October 1, 2020

1:00pm EST

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October 7-8, 2020

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Arlington,  VA 
United States
  • Booth: Virtual Booth

Build a Bot. Change the World.

Six simple words that hold the power of young minds, the strength of STEM and imagination to use technology to make the impossible possible. At RoboNation, we believe this philosophy encapsulates what our programs work to achieve – a world where technology unites people to learn, share, and create. We aim to create seamless a STEM Education to Workforce robotics pipeline creating a community where students can augment learning while supporting cutting edge emerging technology. Learn more at


  • SeaPerch
    SeaPerch is a remotely operated vehicle (ROV), a competition, and a community. Our STEM program guides students on building an underwater robot while supplying educators with the tools and training to help them through the process....

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    Plunge into the world of robotics with SeaPerch.

    SeaPerch in an innovative underwater robotics program that equips students, educators, and parents with the resources they need to build an underwater remotely operated vehicle (ROV) in an in- or out-of-school setting.  As an integrated STEM education program, SeaPerch is a great place to start on your journey to build a bot and learn how to use that bot for good.

    Curiosity, creativity, and a desire to understand the world around us are traits that come naturally to kids. They also happen to be great attributes for STEM professionals. Learning technical content and skills is vitally important. When this learning is tangible and connected to the real world, the impacts can be profound.

    SeaPerch aims to reduce traditional barriers to participation in robotics programs and promotes opportunities to engage students and educators in inquiry-based learning with real-world applications. As an educational program, SeaPerch introduces students to basic engineering, design, and science concepts. As a fun hands-on project, SeaPerch engages students and fosters key 21st century skills including critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity. 

    Beyond the experience of building an underwater ROV, SeaPerch provides a supportive ecosystem of students, educators, mentors, and advocates to provide support along the way. Whether you are looking for a fun project at home, an educational program to enhance your classroom curriculum, or a group of people who enjoy tinkering, SeaPerch is for you.

  • SeaGlide
    Designed for students, budding researchers and robotic fanatics, SeaGlide allows users to take their knowledge of autonomous systems to the next level while building a robot with real-world capabilities....

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    An underwater glider is a non-tethered, autonomous robot that has no propeller and uses very little energy. It moves by changing its buoyancy, often by taking in or expelling water. This change in buoyancy causes the glider to rise and sink in the water. As the glider travels up and down, its wings generate lift, which propels the glider forward. 

    Underwater gliders can run for months at a time and cover great distances on very little power. Underwater gliders carry sensors that can help scientists better understand and model the ocean. In 2009, Rutgers University’s Scarlet Knight (RU 27) became the first AUV to cross the Atlantic Ocean. It made 11,000 dives and 11,000 ascents to the surface during its 221-day voyage that covered approximately 7,400 km.

    SeaGlide drawing the attention of an Emperor fish at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia 

    SeaGlide drawing the attention of an Emperor fish at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia 

    SeaGlide is a small-scale underwater guilder that operates on the same basic principles as the Scarlet Knight and designed to be an educational build and exploration tool. It has a buoyancy engine, pitch control, wings, and a rudder, as well as sensors. With lift provided by its wings, it glides forward both as it dives and as it rises. A pressure sensor collects data to determine depth and position over time. This information can be correlated with data from a temperature sensor. 

    SeaGlide's Control Electronics - Printed Circuit Board (left) and an Arduino Pro Mini Microcontroller (right)

    SeaGlide's Control Electronics - Printed Circuit Board (left) and an Arduino Pro Mini Microcontroller (right)

    SeaGlide kit builders first learn about basic electronics and then progress to circuit board soldering and programming with Arduino Pro Mini microcontrollers. They build servo-driven buoyancy engines with large, 100cc syringes and moveable mass to manage buoyancy and pitch. A critical final step is to ballast gliders for proper underwater flight. 

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