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June 28 – June 29, 2014

7th Annual
International Autonomous Robot Competition (iARoC)

Final Scores 29 June 2014

RANK Team Name Techincal Briefing Recover Data Public Relations Survey Route Claim Mineral Resources
SCORE TIME (sec) SCORE SCORE SCORE SCORE Total
1 Androids of the Round Table 2,000 —- 100 250 3,000 100 5,450
7 Easy Team 837 18.09 200 250 450 100 1,837
6 Team Flamboyant Cuttlefish 842 17.03 200 250 450 100 1,842
3 Team Heliam 1,000 21.66 200 250 100 400 1,950
17 Team Ice Breakers 735 21.94 200 250 100 100 1,385
11 Team Nerd Herd 885 16.71 300 250 100 100 1,635
2 Team Option 16 1,500 4.81 500 250 100 100 2,450
15 Team Overdrive 796 19.12 200 250 100 100 1,446
12 Team Rylex V 895 24.75 200 250 100 100 1,545
16 Team Sculleyswag 873 —- 100 250 100 100 1,423
9 Team the Banana Dogs 778 18.43 200 250 450 100 1,778
10 Midnight Mechanics (Team the Lunch Bunch) 852 9.18 400 250 100 100 1,702
4 Team Traffic Jam 828 19.03 200 250 450 200 1,928
5 Team Wheelie 697 73.20 200 250 450 300 1,897
13 Team WIN=true; 826 22.85 200 250 100 100 1,476
14 Wilson Boys Team 805 18.91 200 250 100 100 1,455
8 Wilson Girls Team 802 18.12 200 250 450 100 1,802

Don’t miss the Keynote Speaker Paulo Younse on Saturday June 28th!Paulo YounsePaulo Younse is a robotics engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. He designs new types of robots for future NASA missions that will explore the solar system. Recent projects include working on the latest Mars Rover “Curiosity”, as well as developing techniques to collect Martian rock samples to bring back to Earth for future proposed Mars Sample Return missions. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and a Master’s Degree in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Florida. He has a passion for teaching and has taught about space exploration at an orphanage in Tanzania, lectured on astronomy to children in Costa Rica and Honduras, and organized robotics activities for planetariums in Malaysia and Korea. On his free time he enjoys excavating dinosaur fossils for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, running marathons, salsa dancing, and underwater archaeology. In 2013 he starred in the SyFy television show “Robot Combat League” as the robo-tech for Team Commander.

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Prizes! Excitement!

        • First Prize – $1000
        • Second Prize – $500
        • Third Prize – $250

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