New Jersey Coast Robot Challenge 2014


Join Us For The Robot Challenge 2014
 On April 5th, 2014, At Brookdale Community College

Final Scores

Photos from the competition


Useful Information For Participants – Important: Updated Scoring

The Robot Challenge calls for working with tools, writing, electrical theory, teamwork,
organization, and designing an attractive robot body that does not interfere with mechanical operation.

The Robot Challenge includes:
– A team of 4 students to build a robot
– Creating a theme for the team/robot, and designing/building a carrying case for the robot
– Developing a plan, schedule and keeping a detailed log
– Preparing a written report about the experience, including problems encountered, and solutions attempted
– Competing with teams from other schools on a 6 foot course with two ½ inch hurdles
– Finally making an oral presentation to judges

Contact Information:
New Jersey Coast Robot Challenge Chair and Co-Chair:
Lisa VanOrden-Kaan ( and Dru Reynolds (

Helpful Information On Building The Robot (From The IEEE Baltimore Section)

Directions To The Robot Challenge


IEEE New Jersey Coast Section would like to thank the many contributors to our Robot Challenge, 2014:

Our Venue

Brookdale Community College

Local Businesses

RCC Consultants, Inc.
Re/Max Gateway
Satellite Self Storage
MBM Advertising

Professional Organizations and Societies

IEEE Electron Devices Society
IEEE Technical Activities
Society of Women Engineers

Corporate Friends

AWR, A National Instruments Company
Babcock & Wilcox
NYU Engineering Graduate Programs
Pepco Holdings, Inc.
TRAK Microwave, A Smith’s Company

We’re part of National Robotics Week


Links To Robot Challenge Competitions Organized By Other IEEE Sections

External link — IEEE Spark, an online publication for students ages 14-18 

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