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2018 RobotX Challenge: Final Standings

December 8 – 15, 2018
Sand Island Boat Launch | Honolulu, HI


The third Maritime RobotX Challenge took place at the Sand Island Boat Launch near the Honolulu Community College’s (HonCC) Marine Education and Training Center. With 15 teams representing Asia, Australia and the United States of America.

2018 RobotX Challenge 1st Place Winners | National University of Singapore

Final Standings

1st Place ($16,000 / Hawaiian Paddle / Champion Banner): National University of Singapore

2nd Place ($12,000): Queensland University of Technology

3rd Place ($8,000): Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

4th Place ($6,000): University of Florida

5th Place ($4,000): National Chiao Tung University

Best Overall Design ($8,000 / WAM-V Trophy): Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Honorable Mentions

2nd Best Paper ($1,500): National University of Singapore

2nd Best Video ($1,500): National University of Singapore

2nd Best Presentation ($1,500): National University of Singapore

2nd Best Website ($1,500): Old Dominion University

2nd Best Inspection ($1,500): Queensland University of Technology

3rd Best Website ($1,000): Florida Atlantic University

3rd Best Presentation ($1,000): Florida Atlantic University

3rd Best Paper ($1,000): University of Florida

3rd Best Inspection ($1,000): University of Florida

3rd Best Video ($1,000): University of Hawaii at Manoa

Judge’s special awards

Aloha Spirit ($3,500 / WAM-V Trophy): University of Hawaii at Manoa

Partnership ($3,500): Osaka Prefecture University

Persistence ($3,500): Nanyang Technological University

Buffer Overflow ($3,500): The University of Sydney

MacGyver ($3,500): Georgia Institute of Technology

Innovation ($3,500): Florida Atlantic University 

Carpe Diem ($3,500): Old Dominion University – $3,500

Lead Foot ($3,500): The University of Newcastle

Effective Return on Investment ($3,500): Harbin Engineering University

Best Single Day Performance ($2,000 / WAM-V Trophy): National Chiao Tung University


Congratulations to all the 2018 teams!

A special thank you to the 2018 Maritime RobotX Challenge volunteers, judges & sponsors that made this event possible.

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