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AUV2022 Singapore
a symposium for Scientists|Engineers|Students
(19 - 21 Sept, 2022)

In-Person & Virtual


2022 IEEE OES AUV Symposium

The IEEE OES AUV Symposium is a collaborative symposium sponsored by IEEE OES and organized once in every two years. It aims to bring together those working in the field of marine robotics, including but not limited to autonomous underwater vehicles (AUV), to exchange new knowledge and explore future directions.

Participant from AUV 2018
Participant from AUV 2018
Participant from AUV 2018

The 2022 symposium will be followed by the popular robotics competition Singapore AUV Challenge (SAUVC). The SAUVC challenges participant teams to build an AUV which can perform given tasks in a pool. These tasks are inspired from tasks that operational AUVs would have to be able to perform. It is open to participants from all over the world.

Student Engagement

Foster student interest with an emphasis on research and development of marine robots.

Global Community

Facilitate the building of international relationships between students, academic institutions, and industry partners.


Encourage and promote creativity for future innovation.

Endless Possibilities

Broaden the range of student opportunities.

Technology Advancement

Capacity building and expand the base of Underwater Communications developers.


Promote & expand these competitions & workshops to new regions in the planet.

Keynotes + Technical Sessions..

Upto 250 Attendees

2.5 Days Single-Track


Shaw Alumni House, National University of Singapore


AUV 2022 invites the authors to submit contributions in topics including (but not limited to) the following:

  • Vehicle Design
  • Vehicle Navigation
  • Sensor Fusion
  • Vehicle Control
  • Vehicle Planning and Execution Control
  • Multi Vehicle Systems
  • Vehicle Applications
  • Open Source Robotics

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