מחבר: חן אופיר, מעיין חלבני
In order to bring the youth potential for naval service in submarines, the Navy initiated underwater robotics competition called “rovodge”. The aim of the competition is to expose high school students to relate to technology. During the competition required students to create an autonomous body which can dive up to a distance of at least 10 metres. It also tested the robot design students, design, originality and creativity of using green energy and recycled materials. “The us robot which stood out in its simplicity and composed of recycled materials – four bottles of iron weights, and rubber band”, submarine flotilla Commander, Colonel j. who headed the Committee.
The idea behind the contest was to connect the world and the close of the fighters and submarines to show that the technological genie is not so scary. The way the prospective warriors and submarine flotilla. “She’s a special race reveals Soloman to the intriguing and unique recorded through direct communication. On the operational activities of submarine flotilla did not hear much and letting competition entrants and spectators a glimpse of a very special world and proves that with a little goodwill, anyone can, “says Deputy Commander submarine flotilla, Lieutenant Colonel s. The convoy commander, Col. j. added that naval submarines on human capital, the Warriors are instructive and technological skills. In order to bring young people into the world of Jamie, who is less familiar to most people, we next contest to stimulate the creativity of the youth through body-building challenge dives, which can travel underwater underwater world way Mamie hasn’t met “.
Submarine flotilla fighters met with competing teams and helped them in the process every step of the way. Against the convoy, Sgt.-major propaganda, which accompanied the contestants say that the candidates have worked a long time on the project and aided. Close competition the contestants to world of Mamie. The team which won the project, Leo Baeck high school in Haifa, he won funding for a “Dolphin Association donation psychometry”, ex-submarine flotilla.
Translated from Navy website