ROBOTICON Registration Open Now! Oct 7 & 8 USF Sun Dome Arena!

Public Admission and Teams Registration is now open for  ROBOTICON 2017, which is  being held at the University of South Florida Sun Dome Arena October 7 & 8

At ROBOTICON, we’ll have a full FIRST Robotics Competition field for a two day off-season FIRST STEAMworks competition, open to up to 28 teams/robots, FIRST Tech Challenge scrimmages for new Relic Recovery season for up to 15 teams, FIRST LEGO League Hydrodynamics scrimmage for up to 15 teams, and a FIRST LEGO League Jr. AquaAdventure Expo for up to 15 teams.  Registration info and costs can be found HERE.

 We couldn’t hold our off season events without all the wonderful volunteers who participate every year, and we’re grateful to FIRST Alumni Robert Cobiach for being our ROBOTICON Volunteer Coordinator again this year, and to Jacob Paikoff for being our Field Technical Advisor (FTA).   Interested volunteers can learn more at our Volunteer page.

Look for more information about workshops, details on the ROBOTICON Challenge,  Innovation Fair exhibitors, hotel and lodging specials,  and our full ROBOTICON agenda soon.

ROBOTICON is free and open to the public.  Secure your tickets at Eventbrite:

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ROBOTICON is made possible by EurekaFactory.net with support from the University of South Florida College of Engineering, Hillsborough County FL, USF Connect & the Florida High Tech Corridor, the Doolittle Institute,  the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) , the Foundation for Community Driven Innovation, and other fine organizations.   To be a ROBOTICON sponsor or partner, please visit our Sponsor Opportunities page.

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