Tortuga IV being submerged in the pool.
Tortuga IV being submerged in the pool.

Who are we?

Robotics @ Maryland is the student-run robotics team at the University of Maryland, College Park. Open to any University of Maryland student, Robotics @ Maryland competes in AUVSI and ONR's Robosub Competition.

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Our new 4MP security camera

R@M has exciting news! We will be adding HD video to our build process for our members to watch.

John Rogers

Hey guys,

Hopefully you all have your dev enviroment and have our codebase compiled on yor machine (if not do this doc walks you through it!)

The next step is to complete the stuff in this document!

Sean Gillen

If you attended an interest meeting and we haven't scared you off, please fill out our new member survey.

Please also work though the your subteam's setup guide before coming to your first meeting (linked below)

Beth Riege

Hi all,

For the 2016-2017 school year we will be having interest meetings on Thursday, 9/15 and Tuesday 9/20 from 6:30-7:30 pm in AVW 1146

Hope to see you there!

Kyle Montemayor

If you'd like to sign up to recieve email updates from us, please fill out this form


Justin Kanga

We've started another semester off strong, but we still have plenty of work left to do!

To those who might be interested in joining, we have regular meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8pm in the NBRF

Hope to see you here!

Justin Kanga


The Fall Interest Meetings this Tuesday (9/23) and Thursday (9/25) will start at 6:00 pm in the Neutral Bouyancy Research Facility ...

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Joshua Pugh

Hello from sunny San Diego! The team and our robot Tortuga (thanks Pelican - the shipping container worked great!) made it to the 2014 RoboSub competition and had a pretty good first couple days. We were able to qualify on our first attempt by navigating autonomously through the gate.

Donald Gregorich

And we're off! Tortuga is safely on its way to competition.

Big thanks to Pelican Hardigg for donating the brand new custom crate.

San Diego here we come!

Justin Kanga


How to find us

Fall Meetings:
Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 6:30pm
in the
Neutral Buoyancy Research Facility