Thursday, October 29, 2020

Carroll Robotics Brings Home World Championship

Carroll Robotics sent 24 students on three different teams (7110A, 7110Y & 7110Z) to Louisville, Kentucky on April 24 to compete with over 600 teams from across the world, including 34 nations, at the VEX Robotics World Championship.

Team 7110Z was the World Champion in the Robot Virtual Worlds Online Challenge when Sriram Avirneni achieved the highest score in the world by programming a virtual robot to play the game.

Team 7110Z also won the Think Award in their division which is given to teams with an impressive and effective autonomous programming.

Only seven percent of robotics teams reach the VEX Robotics World Championship and Carroll Robotics is one of few programs in the world that had 3 teams competing at this event, which is a huge accomplishment for their growing robotics program.