BUILDING KIDS!      BUILDING COMMUNITY!        BUILDING A Legacy!

A PARTNERSHIP WITH WEST OTTAWA PUBLIC SCHOOLS AND JR AUTOMATION TECHNOLOGIES

2019 Deep Space

Our 25th Anniversary Year!

 

Number of Teams:

3,790  teams with roughly:

 students

 mentors

    from 70+ countries with

( teams from the United States of America)

 

Events Held:

62 Regional Competitions

111 District Qualifying Competitions

11 District Championships

2 World Championship

1 Festival of Champions

 

Robot Size:

The ROBOT weight must not exceed 125 lbs. (~56 kg)

 

A ROBOT’S STARTING CONFIGURATION may not have a FRAME PERIMETER greater than 120 in. (~304 cm) and may not be more than 4 ft. (~121 cm) tall.

 

Basic Game Descriptions:

 

2:30: A sandstorm limits driver visibility so

robots independently follow preprogrammed

instructions or are operated by human drivers

via video from their habitat.

 

Alliances score points by:

1. Deploying robots from habitat

2. Preparing rockets and cargo ship with

hatch panels

3. Loading cargo pods into their rockets and

cargo ship

 

2:15: The sandstorm clears and human

operators take control of their robots. Alliances

continue to score points by:

1. Preparing rockets and cargo ship with

hatch panels

2. Loading more cargo pods

3. Returning the robot safely to the

alliance’s habitat

 

0:00: Rocket liftoff

The alliance with the highest score at the end

of the match wins

 

FIRST

TEAM 141

WOBOT

Holland, michigan

616- 786-1100 ext. 6141

141wobot@gmail.com

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