Ohio Robotics is advancing technology with the integration of competition judging software called, BOTS MASTER.
The software features were introduced in Spring 2014 and will be fully implemented by Fall 2014.
Magnus ITis proud to provide the technology that supports future STEM initiatives. The operating system will provide formal metrics that systematically track competition results and trends.
Over the course of multiple events, this feedback will serve as a significant tool to help students understand achieved competencies and focus on areas of creativity and quality design - a critical component in the real world manufacturing process.
Fostering a practical application of Science, Technology, Engineering & Math through robot building competition
Ohio Robotics Xtreme BOTS 2014 SPRING Competition award recipients:
1st Place- Bloomsburg Area High School, Bloomsburg, PA- Executor 2nd Place-Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Terre Haute, IN-K.E.W. 3rd Place- Centerville High School, Centerville, OH-N.W.O
Merit Award recipients: People's Choice- Live Oaks Career Development Campus, War Path Best Documentation- Centerville High School,N.W.O. Best Engineer Design-Bloomsburg Area High School, Foxx Best Sportsmanship- Oakwood Jr./Sr. High School, Scrap Iron
Ohio Robotics Inc. (ORI) is a 501c3 non profit that fosters student workforce development and practical application of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) through robot building and competition. Ohio Robotics is well known for its bi-annual program event- the Xtreme BOTS Competition.
BE A PART OF THE BEST BOTS ACTION HAS TO OFFER!
Destination: Dayton - Congratulations to all School Team Participants
Centerville High School
Kettering Fairmont High School
Milford High School
Springboro High School
Twin Valley Robotics
You are All First in UAS Flight for UAS/STEM High School Challenge and Skills Competition.
1st Place: Centerville High School- Golden Elks
Runner-Up: Milford High School Merit Award Recipients-
Peoples Choice: Centerville High School ( Golden Elks)
Best Documentation: Milford High School ( X-Men)
Best Engineer Design: Milford High School (X-Men)
Best Presentation: Milford High School (X-Men)
SPECIAL THANKS FOR THEIR DEDICATED SUPPORT Sinclair Community College and staff for hosting the event Commissioner Deb Lieberman, Montgomery County, Ohio
Dan Edwards, Morning Host from Fly 92.9
Peter Bohr, Media Coordinator
Devond Media LLC, Xenia, Ohio (Andre Devond and crew)
Bob Klaar and DATV crew
Magnus IT- Chris Cozad, Paul Webb, and dedicated crew
The HawkEye Effect - Jeff Blair and Kirk Stucki
UAS and industry leader speakers
Dr. Andrew Shepherd, Director, Sinclair Training and Certification Center
Mr.Frank Beafore-Executive Director- SelectTech GeoSpatial
Mr. Ryan Smith-Director of Operations, Ohio/Indiana UAS Center & Test Complex
Mr. Larrell Walters, Director, Institute for the Development and Commercialization of Advanced Sensor Technology (IDCAST) Mr. Kerry Taylor-Director, Ohio Aerospace Hub
VOLUNTEERS Bryan Jackson, Volunteer Services and Outreach Coordinator
Safety Inspectors, Documentation, Presentation, and UAS Judges ALL VOLUNTEERS, SPONSORS, and SPECTATORS who helped make this event a success!!!
TEACHER TRAINING Xtreme BOTS
Date: August 23rd
Registration begins June 23rd
Location: Miami Valley Career Technology Center, 6800 Hoke Road, Clayton, OH 45315
Time: 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM
The training is a great way to prepare for the Xtreme BOTS Competition Fall 2014 hosted by Wright State University at the Wright State University Nutter Center Arena on November 22nd. Competition Registration begins August 29th. Open to the first 64 teams. E-mail email@example.com for details and registration information.
Special Thanks to David Lord, Educator and Kettering Fairmont High School for hosting Ohio Robotics Premiere UAS Teacher Training on Saturday, May 17th from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM.
Educators from the area came to learn UAS programming, design, building, safety, and flight assessment skills. Our feature curriculum focus was the quad copter.
Educators will take these skills to students for classroom application. Students will be prepared for our Premiere UAS skills competition called " Destination: Dayton" on August 16th hosted by Sinclair Community College at the Sinclair Community College Field house.
Registration for "Destination: Dayton" begins June 20th and is open to the first 15 high school teams.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details and registration information.
Wright State University hosts: Ohio Robotics Xtreme BOTS Competition 2014 Saturday, March 22, 2014
Special Thanks to our student participants, sponsors, manufacturing mentors, speakers, announcers, master of ceremonies, and volunteers-
18 schools with 43 teams, and 203 student participants - ALL STEM Champions!!!
The Xtreme BOTS Competition pairs student teams with local manufacturing companies and mentors who provide necessary materials and technical assistance to build a competitive, remote-control 15 lb robot. Teams face off in one-on-one competition with the goal of disabling their bot opponent. Learn more.
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