FFA/4H Mat, Agrobotics Game Mat 2021/2022, 92.75" x 44.99"

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AgRobotics Game Design, Objectives, and Rules -- click on the attachment tab. 

Teams must pre-build and pre-program their robot prior to the competition for the known challenges. On the day of the contest, time will be given to account for additional building and programming for the unknown challenges. Teams will be allowed access to the game tables during this time.


Game Theme: Ag Emergency 911!

Known Game Objectives

  • Electrical Grid Challenge
  • Water Pipes Challenge
  • Feed Supply Point Challenge

Game Mat Layout:

The game mat will fit inside a standard robotics game table frame.

CHECK OUT THE PORTABLE ROBOTICS TABLE FROM GEYER:  CLICK HERE

 

The area located outside THE HIVE is collectively called the GAME ZONE.

1. PLAYER ZONE

  1. HOME BASE

2. GAME ZONE

  1. CATTLE FEED DELIVERY
  2. CROPS
  3. FEED SUPPLY PICKUP
  4. HIGHER GROUND
  5. SICK ANIMAL DELIVERY
  6. CHICKEN FEED DELIVERY
  7. ELECTRICAL GRID
  8. SHEEP FEED DELIVERY

AgRobotics Game Design, Objectives, and Rules -- click on the attachment tab. 

 

 


INFORMATION FROM Robotics | Texas 4-H (tamu.edu)

Robots are all around us. From the food we eat to the cars we drive, robots help make our lives easier, more efficient, and simply more fun! The field of robotics is expanding at a rapid pace, and Texas 4-H is poised to help lead young people into this exciting field. You will learn how to design, build, and program robots in an exciting and hands-on project.

The primary platform for the project is Lego® Mindstorms® but individuals or groups can independently pursue other platforms.


Resources

National Youth Science Day

Join the world's largest youth-led science experiment! Visit the National Youth Science Day Website to learn more.

National 4-H Robotics

This program helps students learn basic science concepts and application of the scientific inquiry method and engineering design. Tracks that are open to students: Junk Drawer Robotics Curriculum.

Robotshop

This 10 lesson online tutorial program is designed for students interested in building a robot on their own and provides explanations of robotics terms. View the “How to Make a Robot” Lesson to learn more.

STEMcentric

STEMcentric is a resource for students and teachers using the LEGO® Robotics kits. The NXT Tutorial is divided into two parts. “Essentials” is the first part and includes information all NXT programmers should know with exercises for practice. The second part “Advanced” is for reference. View the NXT Tutorial to learn more.

Texas 4-H Tech Team

The Texas 4-H Technology Team is a group of young people and adults who promote computer and technology use within 4-H. The Technology Team recruits new members yearly for one to two year membership terms. This program requires a significant amount of time and requires that you secure transportation for the Fall Orientation, the Spring Meeting, Texas 4-H Roundup, and Texas 4-H Congress. Applications are accepted once a year before the beginning of the 4-H year. For questions, please contact Derrick Bruton: 972-952-9264 or derrick.bruton@ag.tamu.edu.


Contests

AgRobotics Contest

Robotics Challenge at Texas 4-H Roundup

The Robotics Challenge is a contest designed to allow members to demonstrate their robotics, engineering, and problem-solving skills. Visit the State Roundup webpage to learn more. For questions, please contact Derrick Bruton: 972-952-9264 or derrick.bruton@ag.tamu.edu.

Texas Tech University GEAR Contest

South Plains elementary and middle schools have the opportunity to partner with engineering students from Texas Tech University for a period of 6-8 weeks. This program is free of charge and requires schools to register. School teams will have the opportunity to compete in the South Plain GEAR tournaments. Visit the website for more information.

Stock Shows


Volunteer Resources

Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy

The Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy is a branch of the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute and it seeks to provide resources and activities for classroom use. This program uses Robot Virtual World Software which allows students to experience programming robots and viewing the robotics perform virtually.

LEGO® Engineering

This site provides inspiration and support for teachers using the LEGO® -based engineering program in classrooms.

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