NRL Sacramento: California Clash is a combat robotics competition for high school and college teams. California Clash is the Northern Californa Regional Championship event for the National Robotics League (NRL), a manufacturing workforce development program of the National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) where students design and build remote controlled bots to face-off in a gladiator-style competition. Competitors from this event will be chosen to move on to NRL Nationals, held in May 2020.
The event includes a Hobbyweight open division for ages 18 and up.
Both divisions will compete in The BATTLE OCTOGON! 8 high walls 80 sq feet of fighting area with NO PITS, NO RING OUTS, NO HAZARDS and NO CORNERS.
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15LB NRL DIVISION
Open to high school age and college teams, affiliated with a school or organized independently.
Bots are to be built by the students competing. Event will include a brief interview with the student teams
Any NRL teams with member(s) under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an Adult Supervisor/NRL Team Advisor during the event and while working on the bot. Please review the NRL rules re: NRL Advisors, adult supervision and team composition. Teams must register with goNRL.org and complete the venue and NRL/PART waivers in advance.
Will use SPARC RULES
Open to ages 18 and up
8am Doors Open for teams
9am Doors open to public
8:30-10am Weigh in and Safety Inspection
10am Drivers Meeting
10:15am Matches Begin
6:00pm Estimated Finals
6:15pm Awards Ceremony
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ABOUT THE NATIONAL ROBOTICS LEAGUE
The National Robotics League (NRL) is a manufacturing workforce development program of the National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) where students design and build remote controlled robots (Bots) to face-off in a gladiator-style competition. Through the manufacturing process of Bot building, students’ imaginations are captured as they design, build and compete with their own robotic creations. Through this hands-on effort along with industry partnerships, students gain practical knowledge of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) – all essential skills for manufacturing.https://gonrl.org/
Placer Advanced Robotics and Technology is an independent, non profit competitive robotics and technology program for high school students attending Placer County schools. http://PlacerRobotics.org