BUILDING KIDS!      BUILDING COMMUNITY!        BUILDING A LEGACy!

A PARTNERSHIP WITH WEST OTTAWA PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND JR AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES

2015- Recycle Rush

 

Fun Facts:

Number of Teams: 2904

 

Events Held:

73 Districts

  53 Regionals

  5 Districts Championships

  1 World Championships

 

Eight Divisions at Championship

Newton

Galileo

Curies

Archimedes

Tesla

Carver

Hopper

Carson

600 FRC teams

 

Robot Size:

Transport Mode - not to exceed 28” wide, 42” long, 72” tall

During Match Height not to exceed 72” tall

During Match Robot may expand width and length

Bumpers Optional

120 ponds

 

Basic Game Description:

The match begins with one 15-second Autonomous Period in which robots operate independently of driver. Points earned for moving to Auto Zone on Field. Game involves picking up and stacking totes on scoring platforms, putting pool noodles (“litter”) inside recycling containers, and putting the containers on top of scoring stacks of totes. There is also a coopertition aspect of the game where both alliances of teams can pool their totes and stack them on a step dividing the field to each gain 20 points. Along with these robot actions, human players can attempt to throw noodles (‘litter”) across the field to gain 4 points for each noodle left in the opposing alliance’s work zone.

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TEAM 141

WOBOT

Holland, michigan

616- 786-1100 ext. 6141

141wobot@gmail.com

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2015- Recycle Rush

 

Fun Facts:

Number of Teams: 2904

 

Events Held:

73 Districts

  53 Regionals

  5 Districts Championships

  1 World Championships

 

Eight Divisions at Championship

Newton

Galileo

Curies

Archimedes

Tesla

Carver

Hopper

Carson

600 FRC teams

 

Robot Size:

Transport Mode - not to exceed 28” wide, 42” long, 72” tall

During Match Height not to exceed 72” tall

During Match Robot may expand width and length

Bumpers Optional

120 ponds

 

Basic Game Description:

The match begins with one 15-second Autonomous Period in which robots operate independently of driver. Points earned for moving to Auto Zone on Field. Game involves picking up and stacking totes on scoring platforms, putting pool noodles (“litter”) inside recycling containers, and putting the containers on top of scoring stacks of totes. There is also a coopetition aspect of the game where both alliances of teams can pool their totes and stack them on a step dividing the field to each gain 20 points. Along with these robot actions, human players can attempt to throw noodles (‘litter”) across the field to gain 4 points for each noodle left in the opposing alliance’s work zone.