VEX Robotics "Tower Takeover" - 11/16/19

VEX Robotics Competition "Tower Takeover" - November 16, 2019
Posted on 11/22/2019
Image of VEX Robotics ContestThe VEX Robotics Competition is designed to foster critical thinking by middle and high school teams by means of a problem-based activity. Students come from different schools and compete in qualifiers to determine their place in the alliance forming period. Teams are then paired together and compete as one team for the full bracket.

VEX Robotics Competition "Tower Takeover" is played on a 12' x 12' square field. Two alliances — one "red" and one "blue" — composed of two teams each, compete in matches consisting of a 15-second Autonomous Period, followed by a one-minute-and-forty-five-second Driver Controlled Period.

The object of the game is to attain a higher score than the opening alliance by placing cubes in towers, or scoring cubes in goals.

Play-by-play and color commentary is provided by Firestone alums Nick Raymond and Maggie Weiss-Vopat.

The VEX Robotics Competition was Hosted by Firestone CLC and Project Lead the Way.


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