VEX Robotics

Description

The TSA VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) is provided in partnership with TSA and VEX. In a normal year, the game field and challenge are the same each year as the current VEX field and challenge, but qualifying is based solely on skills rankings, and finals play is one-on-one, rather than alliances. Teams are allowed to get their runs in in a specified period of time, to allow students to compete in other TSA competitive events also.

For 2021-22, Washington State VEX teams will be required to meet the January deadline (see below) to be able to compete in March for State.

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Event will be run on site at the State Conference

 

Event Deadlines

 

January 20, 2022

Upload pdf file

Students submit robot design sketches and concept drawings as a pdf file (students could submit photos/scans of their design notebook instead, as a pdf file).

Upload URL link

Students also submit a link to a video of a robot practice run, to demonstrate that they have a working robot, and have started their programming.

March 2022

Students will submit their design notebook, and have robot inspected.

 

Washington TSA Rules

To compete, students must belong to an affiliated TSA chapter, register for competition by December 10, 2021, and pay the $30 competition fee.

Due to COVID restrictions, students may not be able to participate in qualifying competitions. Participants must meet the January 20 event deadlines (see above) to “qualify” for the Washington TSA State Conference in March.

At the state level, 3 teams per chapter may compete.

Additional Information

Event Manager: Jodie Tremberth, JTremberth@cascadesd.org

Event Coordinator:

Ricardo IbarraVEX Robotics