The ROCH Team is a representative team from UNAQ (Universidad Aeronáutica en Querétaro) with the objective of developing space exploration vehicles, proudly representing Mexico and UNAQ in two competitions.
To design and build space exploration vehicles, they apply knowledge and skills acquired both within and outside their engineering program. Their flagship vehicle, named "ROVER," is designed for two crew members. This vehicle participates in a space mission simulation with various types of terrain at the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge in Huntsville, Alabama, USA.
Their second vehicle, "ROVER-T2," participates in the Canadian International Rover Challenge, one of the world's most important robotics competitions. For ROVER-T2, they develop an autonomous control system and a data acquisition system platform through subsystems and peripherals. All information is processed and stored to fulfill various tasks when simulating the exploration of a space terrain.
"As a team dedicated to Rover development, at ROCH, we are fully committed to the Artemis mission and aerospace development in Mexico. We strive to create highly reliable and efficient vehicles that support lunar exploration and contribute to establishing a sustainable presence on the Moon. Our commitment is to offer innovative technology and meet the highest standards of quality and safety for the comprehensive development of young Mexicans. We are ready to overcome challenges and contribute to the success of the Artemis mission."