Robot Game Directory
Posted on June 7, 2007 Comments (0)
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Robotic Events, Competitions, League Directory
- BEST Robotics – a non-profit, volunteer organization whose mission is to inspire students to pursue careers in engineering, science, and technology through participation in a sports-like, science- and engineering-based robotics competition.
- Botball – hands-on learning experience in robotics designed to engage students in learning the practical applications of science, technology, engineering and math.
- DARPA Grand Challenge – an autonomous vehicle research and development program with the goal of developing technology that will keep warfighters off the battlefield and out of harm’s way. College Level.
- Engineering And Robotics Learned Young (EARLY) – a program that exposes our youth to engineering. EARLY provides 7 to 12 year olds the opportunity to participate in a robotics competition every fall and spring. Grade School.
- FIRST LEGO League – leagues in over 30 countries (US First). Guided by adult mentors and their own imaginations, FLL students solve real-world engineering challenges, develop important life skills, and learn to make positive contributions to society. Ages 9-14 (9-16 in Europe).
- Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition – a design experience at the very cutting edge of engineering education. It is multidisciplinary, theory-based, hands-on, team implemented, outcome assessed, and based on product realization. College level.
- International Aerial Robotics Competition – college level.
- International Autonomous Underwater Vehicle Competition – college level.
- National Underwater Robotics Challenge – science and technology educational opportunities to students of all ages across the country.
- RoboCup Challenge – By the year 2050, develop a team of fully autonomous humanoid robots that can win against the human world soccer champion team.
- RoboCup Junior Australia Competitions – three levels of increasing complexity where primary and secondary students can choose to take up the challenge at their own skill and interest level. The three levels consist of RoboCup Junior Dance, Rescue and Soccer.
- RoboGames – We invite the best minds from around the world to compete in over 70 different events. Combat robots, walking humanoids, soccer bots, sumo bots, and even androids that do kung-fu. Some robots are autonomous, some are remote controlled – but they’re all cool!
- Robot Sumo (Japan) – Through building robots, the students and public will acquire robotic technology fundamentals and research skills, be given the opportunity to demonstrate their creativity, and learn the joy of engineering. high school and adult divisions.
- The Robofest Competitions – annual autonomous robotics competition for students in grades 5 – 12. Robofest challenges teams of students to design, build, and program robots to compete in playful missions and exhibitions. Students have fun while learning computer programming, engineering, math, and science.
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