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2004 Survey

I am doing a research paper on the robotics competition, and I have a few questions for people to answer.

1)Team Name_______________________________

2)Team Number____________________________

3)How many people on the team?_____________________

4)How many guys?____________________________

5)How Many girls?___________________________

6)What does everyone do_________________________________

__________________________________________________ ____


Design Questions
1) How long does it take to design various things on your robot (hours, days) __________

2) Do you prototype first?______________________________

3) How many people design things?_______________________________

4) How many people build things?________________________________

5) How many hours a day do people put in towards the robot?___________________________

6) Do you get professional engineers to help your team, or is it all teachers and students?

__________________________________________________ _______________________


Strategy Questions

1) How much experience do your drivers have? (years)________________________________

2) How much experience did your drivers get with the robot?____________________________

3) Do you design to do everything well, or do you design to do one specific task extraordinarily?

__________________________________________________ ___________________________

4) Do you have a very special thing on your robot, some cool design or whatnot? and If so what is it. Please describe it.

__________________________________________________ ____________________________

__________________________________________________ ____________________________

5) How much work did you put into the autonomous mode?____________________________

6) What does your autonomous do?_______________________________________________


Other information
Speed (fps)

Robustness (1-10) (10 being highest)

Agility (1-10)


During the competition, did you feel that your alliance partner let your team down in some way?

Did you let your alliance partner down in any way?

Where were you seeded before the finals round started (at the end of the qualification matches?)

Did you win any awards during the competition (spirit, leadership in control, etc.?)

Personal Info

What is your name?

Age?

How long have you been on the team?

What was your role on the team?

If its possible can you send your replies to my e-mail
edflyer@optonline.net

Thank you for your cooperation
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from MIT's Cogshop FAQ: "Robotics requires a very robust background (or, alternatively, a person with just about any background can work in robotics). There are elements of computer science, mechanical engineering, cognitive science, and lots of mathematics in the work that we do. There's also a great deal of "hacking" involved. "Hacking" is the art of taking something apart, breaking it, putting it back together with improvements, and then acting like you knew what you were doing all along."
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