Single Day Design Competition

Ages:High School

Type:Tournament

Categories:Robotics, STEM

Scope:National

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Single Day Design Challenge gives teams a chance to design, build, and compete in a single day. Teams will see the challenge at 7:45am. Then have four hours to build a  solution and then compete in the afternoon. Each of the sixteen teams will have two practice sessions in the morning. They will then compete in two 10-minute rounds in attempt to achieve the highest score.

Students are invited to exploit the full range of EV3 programming and capabilities on a 4x8’ field. There are very few rules and teams are encouraged to have a tele-op solution. They can build helper objects and other devices that can be placed on the field. Please complete this form to be notified of upcoming tournaments: https://singledaydesign.com/contact

Students will be judged throughout the day on Robot Innovation, Innovative Design, Creative Solutions, and Documentation (each team is required to document their work). These criteria determine the major prizes. There is also prize for the highest score. See the full rules at https://singledaydesign.com/rules and the FAQs at https://singledaydesign.com/faq
Single Day Design - Category 1st Place

Team Award. $300.

Top award in each of 4 categories.

Single Day Design - Category 2nd place

Team Award. $250.

Second award in each of 4 categories.

Single Day Design - Category 3rd place

Team Award. $200.

Third award in each of 4 categories.

Single Day Design - Category 4th place

Team Award. $100.

Fourth award in each of 4 categories

Single Day Design - Highest Score Award

Team Award. $150.

to the team with the overall highest score

Single Day Design - Rapid Deployment Award

Team Award. $600.

Highest honors for this competition to the top overall team.

Website: https://singledaydesign.com

Managing Organization: Single Day Design

Contact:
Marco Ciavolino
event@singledaydesign.com

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
Groups of students 9-16 years old. Teams can be hosted at formal or informal education institutions or by home school groups.

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.

Overview

Single Day Design Challenge gives teams a chance to design, build, and compete in a single day. Teams will see the challenge at 7:45am. Then have four hours to build a  solution and then compete in the afternoon. Each of the sixteen teams will have two practice sessions in the morning. They will then compete in two 10-minute rounds in attempt to achieve the highest score.

Process

Students are invited to exploit the full range of EV3 programming and capabilities on a 4x8’ field. There are very few rules and teams are encouraged to have a tele-op solution. They can build helper objects and other devices that can be placed on the field. Please complete this form to be notified of upcoming tournaments: https://singledaydesign.com/contact

Criteria

Students will be judged throughout the day on Robot Innovation, Innovative Design, Creative Solutions, and Documentation (each team is required to document their work). These criteria determine the major prizes. There is also prize for the highest score. See the full rules at https://singledaydesign.com/rules and the FAQs at https://singledaydesign.com/faq

Awards

Single Day Design - Category 1st Place

Team Award. $300.

Top award in each of 4 categories.

Single Day Design - Category 2nd place

Team Award. $250.

Second award in each of 4 categories.

Single Day Design - Category 3rd place

Team Award. $200.

Third award in each of 4 categories.

Single Day Design - Category 4th place

Team Award. $100.

Fourth award in each of 4 categories

Single Day Design - Highest Score Award

Team Award. $150.

to the team with the overall highest score

Single Day Design - Rapid Deployment Award

Team Award. $600.

Highest honors for this competition to the top overall team.

Participate

Website: https://singledaydesign.com

Managing Organization: Single Day Design

Contact:
Marco Ciavolino
event@singledaydesign.com

Entry Fee:

Eligibility:
Groups of students 9-16 years old. Teams can be hosted at formal or informal education institutions or by home school groups.

Deadlines

This competition has not yet posted any deadlines.