The autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) team at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay (AUV-IITB) is looking to evolve its Matsya series of AUVs with new capabilities. A representative from the AUV-IITB team told Janes in October that
Our team is honored to have received accolades from prominent magazines, news websites showcasing our achievements.We are proud to be recognized in the world's most renowned defence journal JANES, highlighting our significant contribution to the field.
The media coverage below exemplifies the recognition and respect our team has garnered:
Matsya 6 is the latest in the series of autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV) developed by students of IIT Bombay. A robotic submarine - Matsya 6 - designed by students of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay, won the third position in presentation at the global RoboSub competition held in California in August.
Since December 2011, students at the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay have been working on Matsya, an autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) that can control its own movements and execute specific tasks without human intervention. The project, if successful, can change the future of defence in India by
The winning team of National Institute of Ocean Technology’s (NIOT), the AUV IIT-Bombay is on cloud 9. The team is in full spirits and has announced to start work on their fifth Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) named Matsya 5.0 for international competition.
NEW DELHI: IIT Bombay's autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) 'Matsya' has secured the second position in AUVSI Robosub 2016. It was adjudged the best performance by an Asian team. The team beat six-time winner Cornell University
The third prototype of the Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Matsya 3.0 was unveiled by the team of students and faculty of the Indian Institute of Technology-Bombay on Tuesday. The AUV has been developed by a 30-member team from the institute, which has worked on it since 2011.