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More than 50 teams and 500 students competed in the 12th Annual International ROV Competition.


Students by the pool with device at 12th Annual ROV Competition

More than 50 teams and 500 students competed in the 12th Annual International Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Competition, held in June 2013. This photo shows team members moving their vehicle from their mission table to the pool deck as they prepare to launch it

Credit: MATE Center

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