Competition | Ottawa Robotics Competition

Competition

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be hosting a virtual competition this year. Please refer to our COVID-19 guidelines for more information.

In order to participate in the 2022 Ottawa Robotics Competition, please follow the steps below:

1. Read the Supervisor Information Package and Information Collection and Use

2. Form your teams (2 to 8 students from grades 4 to 12) and pick up to 2 challenges per team. If you are registering more than one team, we recommend diversifying challenges.

3. Have parents/guardian fill out the Release Form

4. Fill out Supervisor Registration Form (below). This form is to be filled out only once by the primary team supervisor for all your teams.

Supervisor Registration Form

5. Using the form below, register your individual teams

Team Registration Form

6. Emphasize the importance of the Technical Component to all team members.

7. Register for work periods as required.


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      The IEEE Ottawa Robotics Competition aims to expose grade 5 to 12 students to STEM fields through a multidimensional approach.
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      The world has changed so much over the past 2 years. In light of the new year, we are so proud to announce our second virtual rendition of ORC! This year, we have adapted some of our current challenges, and are presenting the following 3 new challenges in which you can compete: Agility Challenge [Lego], Dancing Robot Challenge [Arduino], and Wildlife Ambulance Challenge [Micro:bit]. Register now: www.orc.ieeeottawa.ca/competition/ ... See MoreSee Less
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