Registration for Roboticon Tampa Bay is now OPEN!!

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  Registration for RobotiCon Tampa Bay 2014 is now open!  Florida FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) teams have priority early registration ($150/team)  through August 1st, after which early registration opens for  teams, including rookies,  from anywhere in the country, through August 30th.   If any spaces remain at that time, cost will be $200 per team.   We can accommodate up to 25 teams comfortably, possibly a few more, but we intend to cap at 25 for now.

Priority registration for Tampa Bay area FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) teams in the ROBOT League is open now through AugustRoboticon poster 1st, at which time registration is open to any FTC team in Florida. There is no cost for ROBOT League teams (the local League pays a separate fee).  FTC teams outside the local league pay just $25 to participate in RobotiCon.  We can accommodate up to 20 FTC Teams.

FIRST LEGO League (FLL)  teams can register now through September 30th, for just $10 per team, to enjoy a practice day, workshops and exhibits, for up to 15 FLL teams.    Jr. FIRST LEGO League (Jr. FLL)  teams  can participate for free, to enjoy a “practice” Expo to showcase work and talk to RobotiCon guests.  We can accommodate up to 10 Jr. FLL Teams.

Jr. FLL, FLL, & FTC practices and programs run all day Saturday, October 11th.  FRC team practices and workshops are on Saturday, with an off-season competition on Sunday, October 12th.  You can see a tentative event schedule on our Agenda page.

Workshop information will be online soon, as well as details for this year’s RobotiCon Challenge Awards for FTC & FRC!

Go Teams! 

 

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