Nemo | 2023
Nemo | 2023

Nemo | 2023

2023 CHARGED UP

Robot Specifications
  • Drivebase
    • Auto rotate to scoring and loading directions
    • Quick crossing of the charge station without tipping
    • Fully protected 12 motor swerve modules
    • Steel bellypan for low C.G.
  • Arm
    • Fast telescoping single jointed arm for scoring high, mid, and low grid
    • Powered by 3 NEOs
  • Signal LEDs
    • Communicate game piece selection to human player
Events
Season Awards
  • 2023 San Diego Regional – Creativity Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation

OC Regional Matches

Match #AllianceResultVideo
Qualification 5RedWin✅
Qualification 11RedWin✅
Qualification 18RedWin✅
Qualification 30RedWin✅
Qualification 39RedWin✅
Qualification 47BlueWin✅
Qualification 52BlueWin✅
Qualification 60BlueWin✅
Qualification 70BlueWin✅
Qualification 76BlueLoss✅
Elims, Match 1RedWin✅
Elims, Match 2RedWin✅
Elims, Match 3RedWin✅
Elims, Match 4RedLoss✅
Data from The Blue Alliance

San Diego Regional Matches

Match #AllianceResultVideo
Qualification 1RedLoss✅
Qualification 12BlueWin✅
Qualification 19RedWin✅
Qualification 26BlueLoss✅
Qualification 39RedWin✅
Qualification 49BlueLoss✅
Qualification 57BlueWin✅
Qualification 62BlueLoss❌
Qualification 73RedWin❌
Elims, Match 1BlueLoss✅
Elims, Match 5RedLoss❌
Data from The Blue Alliance

In CHARGED UP℠ presented by Haas, two competing alliances are invited to process game pieces to bring energy to their community. Each alliance brings energy to their community by retrieving their game pieces from substations and scoring it into the grid. Human players provide the game pieces to the robots from the substations. In the final moments of each match, alliance robots race to dock or engage with their charge station!

Each match begins with a 15-second autonomous period, during which time alliance robots operate only on pre-programmed instructions to score points by:

  • leaving their community,
  • retrieving and scoring game pieces onto the grid,
  • docking on or engaging with their charge station.

In the final 2 minutes and 15 seconds of the match, drivers take control of the robots and score points by:

  • continuing to retrieve and score their game pieces onto the grid
  • and docking on or engaging with their charge station.

The alliance with the highest score at the end of the match wins!

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