Open House – Nov 2014 | Ottawa Robotics Competition

Open House – Nov 2014

Our first big event is happening soon – we will be hosting an Open House! The open house will be a two hour session where we will be providing a complete information session about how the competition will run for 2015. There have been a number of changes and improvements made so this is the perfect time to scout out your challenges! We will also be showcasing a select number of challenges with our own robots to demonstrate the updated rules and track.

This event will be held at Carleton University, Porter Hall (UC 231) on Saturday, November 15th, from 2 pm to 4 pm. There will be parking available for $3 all day at Parking Lot P2 or free parking across Carleton University at Brewer Park.

RSVP your spot now with:

See you all there!

Open House Schedule:

2-2:30 PM: Presentation (Eng/Fr)
2:30-2:45 PM: Questions
2:45-3 PM: Refreshments/Break
3-4 PM: Booths & Demonstrations

Please note that the following media consent policy applies to all attendees:

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