Attached is the field and pit layout from AndyMark. Very similar to past years.
2014 IRI Layout
Attached is the PRELIMINARY 2014 IRI Match Schedule.
We will use this schedule unless a team does not show or we find an error.
IRI Qual Match PRELIMINARY 15 JULY 2014
The 2014 IRI Mentor Dinner will be at Alibi’s Grill, 7381 Shadeland Avenue. This is just south of 75th Street and near the IRI venue. We will plan to “start” at 8:00 PM to allow time for completing the field set-up and check out and allow teams to get set-up at the event.
The Mentor Dinner is for post-high school age mentors and is just a fun time to meet, greet and relax with other team leaders. No reservations are required. Everyone pays their own bill.
If you are shipping your robot to the IRI, please use the following information –
Lawrence North High School
7802 Hague Road
Indianapolis, IN 46256
Attn: Jeff Maberto (3one7-4zero7-35nine8)
The school DOES have a loading dock.
If you are shipping your robot, please send an email to us and let us know to watch for it. Please include a shipping date / delivery date. email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have added details and new information to several of the event tabs for the 2014 IRI.
The final team list will be published soon.
Remember the Charity Auction and Filled Backpacks to support the community.
The Invitation List for the 2014 IRI is below.
For invited teams, please send an “Accept” or “Decline” to us by May 30.
We will not be sending a separate invitation email.
Please send your decision to email@example.com
We will start sending invoices next week. We know many teams need these soon to get payments processed through their schools, so we will send them before we have confirmations on attendance. The invoice will go to the primary contact noted on the application.
You can pay via paypal or by sending a check.
This was a very challenging year to select teams. There were many, many very qualified teams and we made some tough decisions. We decided to keep the field at about 70* teams so that there was a good balance of the number of matches, the work on volunteers, and strong competition.
*76 invites and usually 4 – 6 are not able to attend for various reasons.
- 16Bomb Squad
- 20The Rocketeers
- 27Team RUSH
- 33Killer Bees
- 45TechnoKats Robotics Team
- 51Wings of Fire
- 67The HOT Team
- 71Team Hammond
- 74Team C.H.A.O.S.
- 107Team ROBOTICS
- 175Buzz Robotics
- 179The Children of the Swamp
- 195Cyber Knights
- 233The Pink Team
- 234Cyber Blue
- 254The Cheesy Poofs
- 330The Beach Bots
- 340G.R.R. (Greater Rochester Robotics)
- 359Hawaiian Kids
- 368Team Kika Mana
- 384Sparky 384
- 399Eagle Robotics
- 447Team Roboto
- 469Las Guerrillas
- 503Frog Force
- 573Mech Warriors
- 610The Coyotes
- 862Lightning Robotics
- 910The Foley Freeze
- 1023Bedford Express
- 1108Panther Robotics
- 1310RUNNYMEDE ROBOTICS
- 1318Issaquah Robotics Society
- 1477Texas Torque
- 1619Up-A-Creek Robotics
- 1718The Fighting Pi
- 1741Red Alert
- 1817Llano Estacado RoboRaiders
- 2056OP Robotics
- 2175The Fighting Calculators
- 2468Team Appreciate
- 2848The All Sparks
- 2928Viking Robotics
- 3098The Captains
- 3147Munster HorsePower
- 3467The Windham Windup
- 3683Team Dave
- 4039MakeShift Robotics
- 4265Secret City Wildbots
- 4334Alberta Tech Alliance (ATA)