We are so excited to have you attend our inaugural Robotters International Festival. 

Join us on Monday, February 17 & Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at the Cedar Park Center in Texas.

Day 1 is a K-12 STEM competition. You will be in a room full of students from around the world including, children from Mexico, Guatemala, Brazil, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, United States, and Kenya. 

Day 2 is the Robotics  Showcase where you will be able to play and interact with all sorts of robotics and participate in STEM-related activities.  We will close with an awards ceremony celebration. All challenge participants are eligible for awards.

Register Here!


Day 1 – The competition

Students from Pre-K to High School will form teams and compete. Each team (up to 6 students) will leverage teamwork and critical thinking to solve challenges and ultimately go for the gold to win the competition!

Open challenges can be entered into by any team, with no prior STEM experience or preparation. Invite-Only Challenges are for teams who have registered and prepared in advance for the challenge.

Entry Fee:

  • $50 – individual
  • $250 – per team

Monday, February 17th:

  • 8 am – Registration
  • 9 am – Event starts
  • 4 pm – Event ends (when the competition ends)

Open Challenges

Choose from multiple challenges to compete in! All challenges are unique and you DO NOT need any experience to participate. Here at ReVisionEd, we want to help you and your team to do your best. Reach out to us with questions or how to get access to anything we have listed below.

Register Here!


Drone Challenge

In this challenge, participants will code a drone to do different courses. Teams consist of 1-2 people. Participants do not need to know how to fly a drone.

Age Level – 3rd grade and up are welcome to participate in this challenge.

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Autonomous Car Challenge

In this challenge, participants will program an autonomous vehicle and guide it to overcome challenges vehicles in real life have to overcome. Teams consist of 1-2 people. Participants do not need to know how to program a car.

Age Level – 3rd grade and up are welcome to participate in this challenge.

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3D Design Challenge

In this challenge, participants will design and 3D print various things using Tinkercad based on their grade level. This is an individual competition. Participants do not need any prior experience in Tinkercad.

Age Level – any school-aged child is welcome to participate in this challenge.

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Rubber Band Car Challenge

In this challenge, participants will build a car made out of Qrox (K’Nex) pieces and a rubber band. They will then race their cars to see who wins. Teams consist of 1-2 people. Participants do not need any prior experience to compete.

Age Level – elementary school-aged children are welcome to participate in this challenge.

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Bee-Bot Challenge

In this challenge, participants will program a Bee-Bot to follow a specific driving path. This is an individual competition. Participants do not need any prior experience.

Age Level – only Kindergarten students are welcome to participate in this challenge.

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Lego Challenge

In this challenge, a team of 6 will build and program a robot to compete for a timed rescue mission. Participants do not need any prior experience.

Age Level – 4th-grade through 10th-grade students are welcome to participate in this challenge.

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Invite Only Challenges

The following challenges are available to teams who have already worked with the programs and products offered by ReVisionEd. If you are interested in registering for these challenges, please contact Gabriel (gkrizin@revisioned.com).

Teams choose their favorite challenge to compete in. For these challenges, teams should consist of 5 members.

Aztec Challenge

Inca Challenge

Maya Challenge

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Day 2 – Demo Day

Everyone is welcome! This is an open event, free to the public. There will be something for everyone in the family to experience and have fun!

Tuesday, February 18th:

  • 1 pm – Roboshowcase opens
  • 7:30 pm – Robotters awards ceremony

Events

Robo Showcase 

We have invited some of the world’s greatest consumer robots to show off their stuff! Come play with all kinds of robots, STEM toys, and more.


Robotter Awards

Our festival will conclude with an epic award show recognizing both our STEM challenge winners and some top innovators from the world of robotics.


Registration can be found here