Founding Partners        

RoboSub 2015 Winners

1st Place: San Diego State University, $6,000
2nd Place: National University of Singapore, $4,000
3rd Place: Maritime State University, $3,000
4th Place: California Institute of Technology, $1,000
5th Place: University of Arizona: $1,000 
6th Place: Far Eastern Federal University, $1,000 
7th Place: Amador Valley High School, $1,000

Judges Awards
Innovation on a Budget: San Diego Robotics 101, $500 and 
Southern Polytechnic State University, $500
No Guts No Glory Award: Carl Hayden High School, $500
Pay it Forward Award: Montana State University, $500
Best Performance: Amador Valley High School, $500
Best Marketing Integration: McGill University

About the AUVSI Foundation

Established by the Association for Unmanned Vehicles Systems International (AUVSI), the AUVSI Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides students with hands-on robotics activities designed to fuel and sustain their interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Each year the AUVSI Foundation offers a series of educational programs as well as robotics competitions that allow students to apply their STEM education outside the classroom. The experience is ideal preparation for entering the workforce, which is why participating students are frequently offered coveted internship and employment opportunities while still in school. Since the competitions began in 1991, more than $1.4 million has been awarded in prize money.