RobotX Club and Senior Project

RobotX is a new student club at Lake Superior State University that has been formed to compete in the Maritime RobotX Challenges! A brief description of the Senior Project team that is designing, building, and testing the current system is given below. A more thorough description of their work is available at the following team page:



Team AMORE with the WAM-V for the RobotX Competition

About Team AMORE

  • We, Team AMORE (Autonomous Maritime Operations and Robotics Engineering), are building an Autonomous Maritime System (AMS) that is composed of a 16-foot long Wave Adaptive Modular Vessel (WAM-V) unmanned surface vehicle (USV) and an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV).

  • The AMS is to be developed for the 2022 Maritime RobotX Challenge, where it will be required to complete a series of autonomous tasks. For more information on the RobotX competition, please visit the official RobotX website.

  • Team AMORE is a multidisciplinary team of six engineers, including Taylor Lamorie, Bradley Hacker, Shaede Perzanowski, Hannah Brood, Thomas Muir, and Anthony Paradine.

  • Any support is much appreciated. To donate and show your support for our project, follow the donations link below, or check out the donations page for further information and the team letter of support. Contact the team today for other ways to support, such as donating necessary components, at .