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  • Michael Burton
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    MATE Robotics

    Luke Hulley
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    Please share here your design questions related to the MATE 2020 competition.

    Riccardo
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    Hello! I’m Riccardo, Team Leader of PoliTOcean, students team of Politecnico di Torino born in 2017. We partecipated at the MATE ROV Competition in 2018 and 2019 and, for the next year, we want to know more about your connectors. I would like to ask for a sample but, when I click on the “MATE Student Sample Request” the fourm asks to log me again and once I re-do the login is the same, it keeps me logging out without let me access to this discussion. Thank you.

    Aidan Thompson
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    Hi Riccardo,

    If you still can’t post, please feel free to email me directly at aidan.thompson@bulgin.com

    Thanks,

    Aidan

    Aidan Thompson
    Member
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    Hello Teams,

    Please note this announcement from Jill Zande, President of MATE Inspiration for Innovation:

    We are thrilled to announce that the 2020 MATE ROV Competition Manuals for the RANGER and EXPLORER classes have been released.

    For the RANGER manual – please click here

    For the EXPLORER manual – please click here

    SCOUT and NAVIGATOR manuals will be released December 9, 2019.

    As a reminder for NAVIGATOR, RANGER, and EXPLORER teams: the Fluid Power Quiz will be available from December 1, 2019 to all competitors regardless of your regional competition registration opening or event date. To find out of your team requires the Fluid Power Quiz, and to register for the Fluid Power Quiz (on or after December 1st) please click here.

    Good Luck!

    MATE ROV Competition Management Team.

    Chance Tran
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    Hi….I needed to utilize Low-Light Analog Camera with understand S board.I stopped the camera ROVside board , then, at that point, I utilized an EasyCap video grabber to catch video from topSide(plugged the grabber to RCA video output).I use Python/OpenCV to catch the video however when I execute my program , I get blue screen and my PC closes down.I think the issue is Low Light Camera appears to be an OEM Device, not a camcorder in Device Manager.I utilized a few drivers yet result is the same.Is 5 there anybody have a similar problem?Or How am I assume to catch video from the Topside, any ideas?

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