First Annual Florida International University Robotics Open
- 18-Nov-2018 Add to Calendar
- Event Code
- VEX IQ Robotics Competition
- Event Type
- Spots Open
- Event Region
- Florida - South
- Max Registrations per Organization
- Early-Bird Registration Opens
- 6-Sep-2018 22:31 EDT
- Standard Registration Opens
- 7-Oct-2018 22:31 EDT
- Registration Deadline
- 3-Nov-2018 22:31 EDT
- It is past the registration deadline.
This will be a VEX IQ Next Level event. We will have a Teamwork tournament, Programming & Skills challenges, and STEM Research Project (video) judging.
STEM Videos must be submitted 2 weeks prior to the event. contact this EP for details for this event. https://www.roboticseducation.org/documents/2018/07/stem-research-project-presentation-2018-19.pdf
Teams that qualify for a Florida State Championship Event in Florida will be responsible for "properly selecting" either the Sourh Florida or the Central/North Florida State Championship.
We now have two Florida State championships--where do we go?
When you win a state championship spot from a qualifying competition, you will have two weeks to register and pay for ONE of these (Yes--you only can play in one state championship) -- your selection is FINAL, you cannot change later under "any" circumstance for "any" reason. Each event qualifies for BOTH state championships and you will rcieve a notification for each (unless when we have different state championship dates-qualiification events between the two dates will only qualify for the latter state championship).Failure to not register and pay within two weeks of the competition date where the state championship spot was earned forfeits your teams state spot--so be sure and plan ahead to register and pay on time and determine in advance the appropriate state championship you plan to attend.
Teams are responsible to have teams registrated and fees paid two weeks following earning the state championship spot, unless of course your event you win a state spot is the the final two weeks before states, in which you must be prepared to pay immediately following that event. Plan with your teams from the beginning of the season on which state championship you plan to register for and compete at--NO CHANGES AFTER THE TEAM IS REGISTERED.
**The State qualifying Skills score cut off will be two weeks prior to the state championship. The number of teams coming qualifying from the skills list is based on open spots after all events have completed two weeks prior to the state championship. While teams at events now fill double qualified spots from skills at the event, there will still be teams winning spots from multiple competitions, these additional spots come from the top combined skills scores to teams who have not yet won a spot for a state championship as in previous years. Teams that qualify from the states skills list will have a short time to registered and pay for the state championship, please plan accordingly and be prepared for a potential inviatiaton two weeks prior to the state championship (either one).
Teams that move on to the World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky will be responsible for registering for the World Championship event promptly as they will only have ONE week to register AND pay before their invitation to Worlds is lost! Hint--Plan to win--plan for success--Plan accordingly with your teams from day one to win state spots, win a spot at states and play in worlds!! Plan to win both in spirit and financial planning!! Understand the awards and all rules. Contact Matt Conroy if you need any assistance on understanding awards or qualifying for states or the worlds championships. [email protected]
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Grade Level: All
Skills Challenge Offered: Yes
Event Dates & Locations
11200 Southwest 8th Street
Miami, Florida 33199
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900-9:30 AM CHECK
9:00-9:30AM ROBOT INSPECTIONS
9:30AM OPENING CEREMONIES
10:00AM- Noon SKILLS MATCHES
12:00 - 12:30PM LUNCH BREAK
12:45PM-: 3:45PM QUALIFICATION MATCHES
3:45PM-4:00PM TOTALS AND RANKINGS
4:45PM AWARD CEREMONIES
Get Inspired and Have Fun! Be a part of the excitement by joining a team of volunteers who help in a variety of ways to make this event a success for the students involved.
Volunteer Coordinator contact: Vanessa Socarras [email protected]
Experience level: No previous experience is needed for most volunteer positions, and you can even bring your kids for a family activity (for example, Field Resetter is an ideal position for young children).
Time Commitment: You can register for an entire day, or just a portion of the day as your schedule permits for most positions.
Meals: Lunch is included for volunteers.
Want to find out more about volunteer roles and expectations? Visit the REC Foundation website at RoboticsEducation.org/volunteer to check out position descriptions and find volunteer training materials.
Once you have an assigned volunteer role, please carefully review all guides and training materials posted on the Volunteer Resources page before the event at RoboticsEducation.org/volunteers/volunteer-resources/
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator to register for this event today!
Emergency/Bad Weather Policy
This is an indoor event and will only be cancelled according to FIU Emergency weather Policy
Refund and Payment Policies