2015 Robo-Cross (States Only)
Event At a Glance
|VA Modifications||States only|
|National Robo-Cross Page|
Teams will design and build a robot capable of performing certain tasks on a prescribed playing field.
Building Event Policies
- Parent Participation policy
- Constructed Devices policy
- Design, Advice & Mentorship - 3D printer update
- VASO Rule Enforcement
In the National Event Handbook, received upon registration.
During our tournaments, we will enforce only those clarifications issued by VASO; National clarifications will not be valid in Virginia tournaments. For the State tournament, the last day to submit clarification requests is March 25. VASO will post outstanding clarification responses for States by midnight 3/28/15.
- All of the components (other than the controller and control wires) must start together in the 28 cm starting cube.
- Only one of the components may be active. All others must be passive.
- The Robot consists of all of the components (active or passive) put in the starting cube in the starting position, except for the controller and control wires. In particular, this means that the final position of passive components affects scoring according to rule 6.a.v., and it means that passive components that go out of bounds will cause the run to stop according to rule 5.g.iii.