The Autonomous Underwater Vehicle - University of Arizona team, or AUVUA, is a student engineering club that designs, builds, and competes with underwater vehicles that operate with no remote operator. In the water, the robot can perform rolls, grab objects and fire torpedoes at targets. Every year, it performs these very tasks at RoboSub, a competition for AUVs. For an introduction to our vehicle, watch our video created for RoboSub 17 (below).
August 31, 2017
Two info sessions will be hosted for those interested in joining the club. All students are welcome, even those without any experience or not currently majoring in engineering. The two sessions will be identical, so you will not need to attend both. Session 1Wednesday, September 67:00 PM to 8:30Old Engineering, Room 213 Hope to see […]
August 31, 2017
With August coming to an end, a new semester full of opportunity begins at the University of Arizona. With the latest RoboSub competition done and gone, the club looks forward to preparing a new robot for the next one. Big thanks go to SOLIDWORKS and Altium, who have agreed to sponsor AUVUA. Their continued support […]
August 21, 2017
AUVUA has accomplished many tasks for the past academic year. After 2016 Robosub competition, we continued working on upgrading Danger Zona 2 (or DZ2). Since AUVUA decided to use one vehicle for a two-year cycle, Danger Zona 2 has been upgraded and used in 2017 Robosub competition. FALL SEMESTER Every fall, AUVUA recruit new members […]
April 7, 2016
On behalf of the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle – University of Arizona team, we would like to extend a thank you to Altium for providing our team with 13 licenses to their advanced PCB design software tool, Altium Designer, worth an incredibly generous $112,060. Altium’s contribution is helping to make our vision a reality by allowing […]
February 19, 2016
On March 3rd, SHPE UA will be bringing around 200 high school seniors from the Tucson and Phoenix area. AUVUA will be bringing the robot Danger ‘Zona to participate in the club fair to encourage future WildCats to pursue a career in STEM and get involved on campus.