Competing in one of two divisions, high school or middle school, teams create innovative solutions to earn points and awards. The award for Display was given to Walnut Hills High School Team B and CHCA- Legends.
Oral presentation was won by Walnut Hills High School Team A and The Phoenix Middle School Team 1.
The award for Floor Design was made to Aiken High School and The Phoenix Middle School Team 1.
Aiken High School and Shroder Middle School earned the award for Creativity.
Robot Function was taken by Walnut Hills High School Team B and The Phoenix Middle School Team 1.
Finally, the champions with the most overall points were Aiken High School and The Phoenix Middle School Team 1.
Every year Cheryll Dunn, PhD, and her team from the College of Engineering and Applied Science present new ways to challenge high school and middle school students through a series of problems solved through robotics. The focus this year was to present a problem which challenged students to apply real world issues to the world of robotics.