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2019 MATE Pacific Northwest Regional ROV Competition Results

Congratulations to everyone who participated in our regional competition. We had a lot of great teams and some very ingenious robots. A huge thank you to every one of our volunteers, we could not have made this possible without your support. Be sure to support our PNW teams, Sea Dragons and SeaPreme, at the International Competition on Thursday, June 20th - Saturday, June 22nd at the Kingsport Aquatic Center in Kingsport, Tennesse. The Live Stream will start Thursday.

Congratulations again, and Thank You!

Are you Ready?

Hello Teams!

We are working hard to prepare for our competition day (May 11th). In this final month, we wanted to make sure you are all aware of a regional specifics. In addition to the information below, please see our Regional Specific page for information about competition day and our venue.

2019 Introductory Workshop - Jan 12, 2019

The Pacific Northwest Regional would like to invite you to participate in an Introductory ROV Workshop on January 12th, 2019 starting at 8:30AM.

2018 Scores

Thank you and congratulations to all of our participants. I aplogize this went out so late. I hope you are already planning for the upcoming competition, we will have more information and a summary sheet out soon. AS always, please feel free to contact us with any questions.

PNW Regional Specifics

Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center
650 SW Campus Drive
Federal Way, WA 98023

Number of Teams:
One team per class, per organization
16 Ranger
12 Navigator
12 Scout


Thank you all for participating in this year’s MATE Pacfic Northwest Regional ROV Challenge - it was a great day! The vehicles were fascinating, the competition stiff, and all proceeded (mostly) smoothly to our final awards presentation. The individual scores and awards are shown below - congratulations to all! Special thanks to our sponsors and groups that came with extra experiences, including Ocean Gate Foundation, UW-ROV, MTS Student Section, and foundry10 - we appreciate the extra bit of inspiration you provided beyond MATE’s missions.