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This feature documents the budding engineers from near and far that make up RoboNation, showcasing their big ideas and even their not-entirely-formed-yet ideas.

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RoboNation in the Press

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2019 RoboSub Team

“The community aspect of RoboSub is incredible. Teams are collaborative and as a first year team we felt incredibly supported by the other participants. I’ve never been part of a collegiate competition with such a strong community.”

Tom Scherlis
Tom Scherlis
Carnegie Mellon University

2018 RobotX Challenge Advisor

“The team does various outreach events as part of the Robotics Association. Some of these are local events to showcase the technology, others are going to schools to talk to students and some are on-campus events to the ERAU community.”

Dr. Eric Coyle
Dr. Eric Coyle
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

2019 International SeaPerch Challenge Team

“I liked seeing this year’s challenge, which was different from previous years. It forced us to think outside of the box and go through the engineering design process several times. Basing the challenge off of real life events showed students how this has real life applications.”


“Sub was the first competition we ever attended as a sponsor – back in 2015 we were just a little fledgling company! We were (and still are!) so stoked to walk around and chat with all of the students, learn about their vehicles, and see how the thrusters and other parts were being integrated into each team’s vehicle.”

Elisa Miller
Elisa Miller
Blue Robotics

2019 RoboSub Team

“It was the best experience of my life. Meeting the teams, organizers and sponsors was amazing. I will definitely come back.”

Amr Abdelghany
Amr Abdelghany

2019 International SeaPerch Challenge Team Mentor/Chaperone

“SeaPerch is a fantastic program to help kids enter the competitive world of robotics in a no stress environment.”