Best Robotics Challenge

Competition Status

For:Middle School, High School

Type: Tournament

Categories: engineering, Robotics, STEM

Scope:National

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The Best Robotics Competition challenges students to design robots that perform on a specially designed field with obstacles and tasks in a tournament style setting. • New educational theme/challenge and field each year • Challenge and field kept secret until Kick Off Day • Playing field is usually usually a 24’ x 24’ configuration configuration • 4 teams compete per 3‐minute match • Points awarded for successful completion of tasks • Each team competes in 5‐8 matches in a preliminary “seeding” round

Students build robots and compete against other teams in a playing field to see who can score the most points by performing tasks in a unique playing field updated each year. Robots must perform live in a tournament style setting.

See Best Robotics website for full review of evaluation criteria.
Best Robotics Competition - Participation

Team Award.

For any students who successfully complete the requirements for participating in any BEST competition.

This award counts toward these ICS Academic Badges. Click on a badge for further info.
Best Robotics Competition - National BEST Award 1st Place

Team Award.

This award counts toward these ICS Academic Badges. Click on a badge for further info.
Best Robotics Competition - National BEST Award 2nd Place

Team Award.

This award counts toward these ICS Academic Badges. Click on a badge for further info.
Best Robotics Competition - National BEST Award 3rd Place

Team Award.

This award counts toward these ICS Academic Badges. Click on a badge for further info.

Website: http://www.bestinc.org/

Managing Organization: Best Robotics Inc.

Contact:
Rosemarie Mendel
bestED@bestinc.org

Entry Fee: Free

Eligibility:
Middle and High School students from across the United States are eligible to participate. Students must be part of a BEST Robotics club. Clubs can be hosted at formal or informal education institutions or by home school groups.

This competition is open to students in Middle School, High School.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.