In this competition, middle and high school students build radio-controlled robots that can perform assigned tasks. Teams are geographically placed in "hubs" where they compete locally. Champions are sent to regional tournaments and regional winners advance to national championships.
In seven weeks, middle and high school students learn how to program in C and use kits to build and program autonomous robots. Students compete locally and internationally.
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is a multinational non-profit organization that sponsors this competition that brings together college and high school students to solve technical problems. See the engineering profession in action by designing, building and testing robots.
In this robot competition, students in grades 6 through graduate school can create robots and compete in challenges such as "Robot Maze," "Sumo Robot," and "Robot Rescue." Prizes include trophies, plaques, and cash to school.
This robotics competition allows junior high school and older teams to design and build remote-controlled robots to compete in regional and national competitions.
Zero Robotics is a robotics programming contest where the robots are SPHERES (Synchronized Position Hold Engage and Reorient Experimental Satellites) inside the International Space Station. The competition will start online and the team will program his ORBS to complete the annual challenge. After several stages of virtual competition in a simulated environment that mimics his real SPHERES, the finalist is selected to ride his ISS and compete in a live championship. Astronauts will broadcast the Zero Gravity Championship live.
This international event welcomes and encourages the invention of autonomous and socially relevant robots by enthusiasts of all ages. The goal of the competition weekend is to encourage and inspire creativity and teamwork, with a strong focus on understanding and applying STEM subjects and exchanging ideas within the robotics community.
This robotics competition allows students from high school to college to team up locally, regionally, and internationally to build autonomous robots that solve a variety of challenges.
In this international autonomous robotics program, teams of students in grades 4-12 build robots that compete in games, exhibitions, battles, and other events in local, regional, and global markets.
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