Email Andy Davies at Bangor for more information
 Why join?
What we want is to build a community that brings together like-minded people at University. Couple this with fabrication facilities and an experienced mentor and you're ready to delve into a world of technology that you might not have experienced before, even if you have, this is an opportunity to try something that you have not done before and to pass your knowledge to others. Throughout our challenge, you will be exposed to science, maths and engineering principles that underpin the project. You will also learn aspects of design and engineering as well as interpersonal skills such as organisation, time-management and team work.
 How does it work?
The 2013 Team will be the first that we have organised, so there are aspects that need some level of flexibility. Essentially, we have a challenge, and we aim to complete the challenge over the course of the academic year. We will meet once every two weeks for a workshop, it might be based in the actual workshop on the lathe or milling machine, or be a lab-based session to build smaller components and learning to solder. The team will have a maximum of 10 people, because that is the upper limit of what we feel we can support on the project. To develop the challenge there will be a small membership fee to cover some costs of materials and consumables. The exact fee will depend on the nature of the challenge, so see the current challenge details below to find out.
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 Meet the mentor
 Technical Team Challenge 2015
This year our challenge is to construct a Remotely Operated Vehicle. We will use the design from the OpenROV project to construct our very own ROV that we will test in the Menai Straits. See the dedicated challenge page for further information: Technical_Team_2013.