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Watch sparks fly and participate in this amazingly fun battle robot competition.
The next Giant Nut could be yours! Competing on BattleBots is an amazing experience. That thrill of designing, building and competing with your very own fighting robot is unlike anything else. But to participate takes mettle. This journey will not be easy. You will need to be resourceful and tenacious, an ingenious problem solve, part engineer and part artist. But you can do it.
A "Supervising Adult" is a Team member 21 years or older who is responsible for no more than 2 Minors on the Team. Thus, if there are more than two Minors on the Team, there will need to be more than one Supervising Adult.
Minors less than 8 years old are not allowed in the Pit Area, or any other area where Robots are being
repaired, transported or operated.
Minors 8 years old or more are allowed to work on the preparation and repair of their Team’s Robot, under
the direct watch of the Supervising Adult. Such repair and preparation can only involve the use of basic hand tools.
FIRST Team 2102 - Team Paradox
Welcome to SDA's Robotics Club: Team Paradox!
We at FIRST Team Paradox 2102 have dedicated ourselves to becoming and guiding the next generation of problem solvers. For the past decade, engineers, artists, machinists, managers, programmers, writers and makers have worked together to create an environment where creativity and passions bloom.
I have been a member of this great team since my Freshman year of High School
FIRST Team 1710 - Ravonics Revolution
We Don't Just Build Robots - We Build Leaders
This is FIRST Team 1710’s twelfth year competing in the FIRST Robotics Competition. Located in Olathe, Kansas, and based out of Olathe Northwest High School, Team 1710, The Ravonics Revolution, has grown every year since its creation. Their Programs Include: You Go Girl and STEM Connection Programs.
MATE Underwater Robotics Competition
The MATE competition challenges K-12, community college, and university students from all over the world to design and build ROVs to tackle missions modeled after scenarios from the ocean workplace. The competition’s class structure of beginner, intermediate, and advanced complements the education pipeline by providing students with the opportunity to build upon their skills – and the application of those skills – as they engineer increasingly more complex ROVs for increasingly more complex mission tasks.
VEX Robotics - Providing the tools to inspire the problem solvers of tomorrow.
What are you doing to help solve the global STEM crisis?
The world faces an unprecedented need for new innovators, thinkers, and problem solving leaders. Our goal is to create engaging, affordable, and powerful solutions that immerse students in STEM through the excitement of building and programming robots.