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Robot Race Obstacle Course

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A college student technology competition

2016 Robot Race Obstacle Course Winners:
School:
Scottsdale Community College

Team Name:
Robotics

Students:
Doran Cole
Timothy Raymer
Renee Sailus

Faculty Coach:
Bill Johnson


Robot Race Obstacle Course – Each team will have five hours to build and program a robot that will complete two different table challenges – a line-following course and a maze obstacle course. The robot that completes the two table challenges with the most points wins.

Event Description

Each team will have five hours to build and program a robot using a LEGO® MINDSTORMS® EV3 (31313) robot kit provided by Avnet. The robot is built to complete two different table challenges. First table: A line following course will award points based on the total distance and time achieved by the robot. Second table: A maze course that provides points when the robot performs up to 3 task(s) and/or navigates sections of the course.

The robot that completes the two tables with the most points wins.

Note:  Team Registration for this Event is March 15, 2016 to allow time for the LEGO kits / software to be ordered. 

There will be an Orientation event to review the rules on March 12, 2016. 

There will be a mandatory Open House on March 26, 2016 to review rules and have the opportunity to try out an EV3 kit and/or a practice course.  Each team must send one member and/or the coach with a list of team members

Maximum number of teams: 10
Students per team: 1-3
Faculty sponsor required​

**  Click on the document to get all of the game information that you will need in order to participate in this event.  **

Event_Form_Robot_Race_Obstacle_Course_Final_2016.pdf

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