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Botball

http://www.botball.org/
Location:
Multiple, United States
Target Applicant:
Pre-University
Undergraduate
Category:
Competition

The Botball Program begins with a 2-day professional development workshop where educators and team leaders learn about current robotics technology and how to implement it into their classroom or community.

Following the workshop, students are given about seven weeks to design, build and program a team of mobile, autonomous robots as well as document the engineering process online. Participants compete against each other on a playing field in a fast paced, non-destructive regional tournament.

Each year students, teachers, robotics enthusiasts, and professionals from around the world gather for the annual Global Conference on Educational Robotics.


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