East Oahu VEX Robotics Competition

11/20/2015 - 11/21/2015
East Oahu VEX Robotics Competition

Event Code: RE-VRC-15-3034

Program: VEX Robotics Competition

Type of Event: Tournament

Capacity: 36 / Spots Open: 4

Price: $100.00

This event is closed to registration because:
  • It is past the registration deadline.
Team Award Winners
Award Team # Team Name Affiliation Location
Excellence Award (VRC/VEXU) 4142B Pearl City High School PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Tournament Champions (VRC/VEXU) 4142B Pearl City High School PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Tournament Champions (VRC/VEXU) 4142C Pearl City High School Pearl City High School Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Tournament Champions (VRC/VEXU) 394A Highlands Inter Robotics HIGHLANDS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Innovate Award (VRC/VEXU/VIQC) 1973A Mililani HS Trojanbots MILILANI HIGH SCHOOL Mililani, Hawaii, United States
Create Award (VRC/VEXU) 813A Kaiser Cougars Kaiser High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Amaze Award (VRC/VEXU) 4109B 808 Robotics Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Design Award (VRC/VEXU) 4442X Navigator Robotics ISLAND PACIFIC ACADEMY Kapolei, Hawaii, United States
Think Award (VRC/VEXU) 359C Hawaiian Kids Waialua High * Intermediate School Waialua, Hawaii, United States
Judges Award (VRC/VEXU) 2463A Golden Hawks Intermediate Nanakuli Intermediate School Waianae, Hawaii, United States
Tournament Finalists (VRC/VEXU) 1841A Buff 'n Blue Punahou School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
Tournament Finalists (VRC/VEXU) 359C Hawaiian Kids Waialua High * Intermediate School Waialua, Hawaii, United States
Tournament Finalists (VRC/VEXU) 1973A Mililani HS Trojanbots MILILANI HIGH SCHOOL Mililani, Hawaii, United States
Robot Skills Champion (VRC/VEXU) 4142B Pearl City High School PEARL CITY HIGH SCHOOL Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Robot Skills 2nd Place (VRC/VEXU) 4142C Pearl City High School Pearl City High School Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
Individual Award Winners
Award Recipient
Volunteer of the Year (VRC/VEXU) Robert, Madelyn, and Robin Cabuslay
Awards
Award Qualifies for
Excellence Award (VRC/VEXU) CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship - VEX HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION
CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship - VEX MIDDLE SCHOOL DIVISION
Hawaiian Electric Companies Hawaii State High School VEX Championship
Hawaiian Electric Companies Middle School VEX Championship
Tournament Champions (VRC/VEXU) CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship - VEX HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION
CREATE U.S. Open Robotics Championship - VEX MIDDLE SCHOOL DIVISION
Hawaiian Electric Companies Hawaii State High School VEX Championship
Hawaiian Electric Companies Middle School VEX Championship
Innovate Award (VRC/VEXU/VIQC) Does not qualify for any events.
Create Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Create Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Amaze Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Amaze Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Build Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Design Award (VRC/VEXU) Hawaiian Electric Companies Hawaii State High School VEX Championship
Hawaiian Electric Companies Middle School VEX Championship
Think Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Judges Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Volunteer of the Year (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Tournament Finalists (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Robot Skills Champion (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Cooperate (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Robot Skills 2nd Place (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Sportsmanship (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.
Teamwork Award (VRC/VEXU) Does not qualify for any events.

Programming

Driver

Match Results

Ranking

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Team List ( 32 Teams )

Team Team Name Organization Location
359C Hawaiian Kids Waialua High * Intermediate School Waialua, Hawaii, United States
394A Highlands Inter Robotics Highlands Intermediate School Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
394B Highlands Inter Robotics Highlands Intermediate School Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
813A Kaiser Cougars Kaiser High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
1841A Buff 'n Blue Punahou School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2155 Niu Valley Lancer Robotics Niu Valley Middle School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2348A Cool Geeks Moanalua High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2348B Cool Geeks Moanalua High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2437A Lancer Robotics Sacred Hearts Academy Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2437B Lancer Robotics Sacred Hearts Academy Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2441A Maryknoll Spartechs Maryknoll High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2454A RambotX Radford High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2454X RambotX Radford High School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2459A GOLDEN HAWKS ROBOTICS Nanakuli High & Intermediate Waianae, Hawaii, United States
2463A Golden Hawks Intermediate Nanakuli Intermediate School Waianae, Hawaii, United States
2477A Rascals Waipahu High School Robotics Club Waipahu, Hawaii, United States
2932A Pueo Engineering Mid-Pacific Institute Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
2932B Pueo Engineering Mid-Pacific Institute Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
3008A Kalani Falcons kalani High school honolulu, Hawaii, United States
3685A Searider Robotics Waianae High School - Searider Robotics Waianae, Hawaii, United States
4109A 808 Robotics 808 Robotics Homeschool/Independent Wahiawa, Hawaii, United States
4109B 808 Robotics 808 Robotics Homeschool/Independent Wahiawa, Hawaii, United States
4142B Pearl City High School Pearl City High School Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
4142C Pearl City High School Pearl City High School Pearl City, Hawaii, United States
4208A Robo Warriors I Kamehameha Schools - Kapalama Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
4208B Robo Warriors II Kamehameha Schools - Kapalama Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
4442X Navigator Robotics Island Pacific Academy Kapolei, Hawaii, United States
4442Z Navigator Robotics Island Pacific Academy Kapolei, Hawaii, United States
6292 Patriots Christian Academy Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
7081A Troubadours St. Francis School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
7081B Jr. Troubadours St. Francis School Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
8050A wizard knights castle high school kaneohe, Hawaii, United States

Sponsor

Sacred Hearts Academy

Documents

Please remember to bring your filled out participant release forms available at:
Participant Release Form.


Date: 11/20/2015 - 11/21/2015
Sacred Hearts Academy - Student Center
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
United States

Travel Info

Ala Moana Hotel http://www.alamoanahotelhonolulu.com/

Parking

Parking entrance is on the Waialae Avenue.

Agenda

Friday, November 20, 2015
5:00 pm Registraion / Inspection / Program & Robot Skills

Saturday, November 21, 2015
7:00 am Doors Open / Robot Inspection / Program & Robot Skills
8:30 am Opening Ceremonies / Drivers Meeting
9:00 am Qualifying Matches Begin
11:45 am Lunch
12:30 pm Alliance Selection
1:00 pm Eliminations
2:00 pm Awards / Program & Robot Skills if time permits
3:00 pm Tournament Ends, Doors Close

Event Dates

Date: 11/20/2015 - 11/21/2015

Venue/Location:

Sacred Hearts Academy - Student Center
Honolulu, Hawaii 96816
United States

Grade Level: All

Robot Skills Challenge Offered: Yes

TSA Event: No

Contact Information

Primary Contact
Peter Park
Title: Robotics & Engineering Teacher
Email: ppark@sacredhearts.org
Phone: 8082282285

Secondary Contact
Peter Park
Title: Robotics & Engineering Teacher
Email: ppark@sacredhearts.org
Phone: 8082282285

General Info

Participant Consent Form

Please bring a signed participant consent form for all students, teachers, mentors & coaches who will be in attendance. These forms will be collected at registration. Photographs and videos will be taken throughout the event.

http://www.roboticseducation.org/documents/2013/06/vrc-participant-release-form.pdf

Excellence Award Criteria

This is the highest award presented in the VEX Robotics Competition. The recipient of this award is a team that exemplifies overall excellence in building a well-rounded VEX robotics program. This team excels in many areas and is a shining example of dedication, devotion, hard work and teamwork. As a strong contender in numerous award categories, this team deserves to be recognized for building a quality robot and a “team” committed to quality in everything that they do.

Teams are given points towards the Excellence Award in the following categories:
• Tournament Qualification Round Ranking
• Programming Skills Challenge Ranking
• Robot Skills Challenge Ranking
• Judged performance in all other award categories

Using this wide range of criteria, the Excellence Award will be presented to the team who excels in all areas of VEX Robotics.

Design Award Criteria

This award is presented to a team that demonstrates an organized and professional approach to the design process, project and time management and team organization. The winning team will be able to describe how they implemented an efficient and productive design process to accomplish the project goals.

Engineering Notebook
The Engineering Notebook is a way for teams to document how the VEX Robotics Competition experience has helped them to better understand the engineering design process while also practicing a variety of critical life skills including project management, time management, brainstorming, and teamwork. The Engineering Notebook requirement of the Design Award has no specified format; each notebook should be created through a concerted effort by a team to document their design decisions. Teams should start their notebooks early and update them often.

Engineering is an iterative process. Iteration requires a student to recognize and define a problem, brainstorm and work through various stages of the design process, test their designs, continue to improve their designs, and continue the process until a solution has been identified. During this process, students will come across obstacles, encounter instances of success and failure, and learn many lessons. It is this process that students should document in their Engineering Notebook.

Additionally, the Engineering Notebook is an opportunity to document everything a team does so that it can serve as a historical guide of lessons learned and best practices. Students may include a plethora of things in their Engineering Notebook including: team meeting notes, design concepts and sketches, pictures, notes from competitions, team members’ observations and thoughts, team organization practices, and any other documentation that a team finds useful. The team should also document their project management practices including their use of personnel, financial, and time resources.

Key Criteria:
• Engineering Notebook is a clear, complete document of the team’s design process
• Team is able to explain their design and strategy throughout the season
• Team demonstrates personnel, time and resource management through the season
• Teamwork, interview quality, and team professionalism.

Judges' Award Criteria

The Judges’ Award goes to a team the judges decide is deserving of special recognition. Judges consider a number of possible criteria for this award, such as team displays of special attributes, exemplary effort and perseverance at the event, and team accomplishments or endeavors throughout the season that may not fall under existing awards - but are nonetheless deserving of special recognition.

Think Award Criteria

The “Think” award is presented to a team that has successfully utilized autonomous programming modes during competition. Quality, consistency and success of autonomous programs in being an integral part of an effective strategy as well as the ability of the students to explain their programming process from strategy to syntax will help to determine a winner of this award. This award may be judged by the referees, programming inspectors and/or members of the judge panel.

Key Criteria:
• Team’s autonomous code is effective to task, cleanly written, well-defined, and elegantly designed
• Team has explained a clear autonomous strategy, that is a part of their overall strategy to win the game
• Team’s autonomous code is consistently successful in the field
• Teamwork and interview quality