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Field Crew Bragging Rights

Here are some stats on field turnaround.
Each event centers around the match times they set for themselves. Some events target 7 min per match while others scheduled 8 min per match, so a high number is not necessarily bad.

Queuers, drive teams, field reset, refs, scorers, FTA/FTAA, inspectors, etc. all contribute in working together to get teams the most matches possible.
High penalty counts, ref discussions, team/field issues, team disorganization, initial field crew training - all can slow things down.

Avg match cycle - # teams - # matches - Matches per team - Event - Week

0:06:25 - 58 - 97 - 10 - Autodesk Oregon Regional - 4
0:06:31 - 52 - 87 - 10 - Oklahoma Regional - 3
0:06:33 - 63 -105 - 10 - Washington DC Regional - 4
0:06:35 - 50 - 84 - 10 - Seattle Olympic Regional - 3
0:06:36 - 50 - 84 - 10 - SBPLI Long Island Regional - 4
0:06:39 - 50 - 84 - 10 - Seattle Cascade Regional - 3
0:06:41 - 41 - 74 - 11 - Lake Superior Regional - 2
0:06:42 - 52 - 87 - 10 - BAE/Granite State Regional - 1
0:06:44 - 60 -100 - 10 - San Diego Regional - 2
0:06:55 - 48 - 80 - 10 - Peachtree Regional - 3
0:06:55 - 56 - 94 - 10 - Greater Kansas City Regional - 2
0:07:00 - 42 - 76 - 11 - Boilermaker Regional - 3
0:07:01 - 51 - 84 - 10 - Wisconsin Regional - 2
0:07:02 - 55 - 90 - 10 - Lone Star Regional - 3
0:07:03 - 54 - 89 - 10 - Sacramento Regional - 3
0:07:04 - 64 -105 - 10 - Los Angeles Regional - 4
0:07:08 - 60 - 90 -- 9 - Chesapeake Regional - 3
0:07:11 - 64 - 96 -- 9 - Alamo Regional - 1
0:07:16 - 52 - 84 - 10 - Midwest Regional - 4
0:07:17 - 39 - 65 - 10 - Pittsburgh Regional - 2
0:07:31 - 38 - 76 - 12 - Waterford District - 2
0:07:33 - 61 - 90 -- 9 - New Jersey Regional - 1
0:07:31 - 48 - 81 - 10.3 - Overall Averages
0:07:37 - 43 - 65 -- 9 - Palmetto Regional - 4
0:07:42 - 34 - 55 - 10 - Hawaii Regional - 4
0:07:44 - 36 - 66 - 11 - WPI Regional - 2
0:07:50 - 44 - 74 - 10 - Finger Lakes Regional - 1
0:07:53 - 66 - 88 -- 8 - New York City Regional - 2
0:07:56 - 60 - 99 - 10 - Florida Regional - 2
0:08:01 - 40 - 80 - 12 - Ann Arbor District - 4
0:08:02 - 38 - 64 - 10 - Bayou Regional - 3
0:08:06 - 45 - 70 -- 9 - Arizona Regional - 3
0:08:14 - 40 - 80 - 12 - West Michigan District - 3
0:08:22 - 38 - 76 - 12 - Kettering University District - 1
0:08:36 - 30 - 54 - 11 - Waterloo Regional - 4
0:08:42 - 34 - 68 - 12 - Niles District - 4
0:08:47 - 28 - 52 - 11 - Saint Louis Regional - 3
0:08:47 - 39 - 78 - 12 - Detroit District - 3
0:08:57 - 50 - 84 - 10 - Israel Regional - 2
0:09:15 - 40 - 80 - 12 - Traverse City District - 1


P.S.
Minimum time is arount 4 minutes.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

Thanks, Mark, for posting this information. Having two people on the AndyMark staff (Mark Koors and Jerry Budd) who are FTA's, this information is very good to see.

While this information is very valuable, I also think that other information is needed to be considered, along with match cycle time, to get "bragging rights". It would be nice to get this information:

1. How many robots were able to connect to the playing field by the end of the Practice Day
2. How many robots, on average, ran each match

I believe that a combination of these things gives the field crew bragging rights, not just match cycle time. If one regional had a cycle time of 6:31 and had 4.5 robots run each mach, while another regional had a cycle time of 7:00 and had 5.2 robots run each match, I would give more credit to the second regional crew for getting more robots running for each match, even though they ran a 30 second slower cycle time.

It would be nice if FMS would spit out an "average robots per match" number along with this cycle time number. Is this possible?

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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

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0:08:42 - 33 - 68 - 12 - Niles District - 4
With only 34 teams (not 33) Niles was running 9 minute schedules on Friday and 8 minutes on Saturday. Looks like we got it spot on!

(Actually, it's incredibly easy to keep up with 9 minute cycles. We regularly got ahead, and had to schedule a dance number slowdown.)
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

I can't remember having any connection problems on Friday or Saturday at Pittsburgh once we all got the updates correctly on our robots on Thursday. It was a very smooth event.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

The WPA kiosk keeps track of who hasn't setup their robot bridge.
FMS keeps track of who hasn't successfully connected by the end of practice day.
FMS knows who was bypassed in each match, but not why.

Those kinds of stats aren't part of the published official record though, so FIRST has them, but I don't know if they get uploaded to the HQ servers, or are still traveling the world stored in the individual field systems.
More detailed notes are usually hand kept by the FTAA, because of the variety of problems and causes that are usually tracked.

All the fields I worked delayed matches as long as necessary to get all robots working. Long Island didn't start a match with a robot that failed to connect, unless a robot issue was identified that needed time-consuming repair, dead batteries, etc.

I have those stats for Long Island because I worked it, but not for other events.
The hand records maintained by the FTAA every year are really useful for follow-up with the teams in the pits (and for debunking conspiracy theorists from the stands).
Mike (our FTAA) keeps track of robots that didn't show up, robots that failed on the field and the reason (sometimes supplied after a pit visit), connection issues, unusually low battery or bad battery conditions, slow packet transit times, and anything else unusual that needs to be followed up with the team in the pits.

At the end of the day on Thursday we make everyone who either had connection problems or who hadn't connected yet, come to the field for a special connection party. That's true for each of the events I've been to so far this season (NJ, WPI, LI).
There's always one or two robots that still don't come...
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

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Querers, drive teams, field reset, refs, scorers, FTA/FTAA, etc. all contribute in working together to get teams the most matches possible.
Hey, don't forget the inspectors, making sure the radios are configured correctly and helping to prevent the smoke and fire, which would definitely slow things down.

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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

Thanks for posting this, Mark.

In Seattle, "Cascade" seemed to be consistently ahead of schedule relative to "Olympic", so I'm still trying to wrap my head around the data. The volunteers did a tremendous job considering the huge pit area and the simultaneous queueing announcements on the PA system. Thursday turned out to be an extended long day (til 9pm), with everyone feverishly working to get either field sync'd and/or inspected. Kudos to all the volunteers!

Also, a big shout-out to the Oregon crew.... bragging rights for now!
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(Actually, it's incredibly easy to keep up with 9 minute cycles. We regularly got ahead, and had to schedule a dance number slowdown.)
Same comment re: St. Louis in Week 3. With only 28 teams participating (probably because most teams from outside the area would much rather come to St. Louis about a month from now!), we ran 11 seeding matches per team, at a 9 minute pace. Had to hold the field crew back to stay that slow -- added some dancing, etc.

Re: Andy's comment earlier, I agree field crews should brag more when they get 6 robots out there for a match. That sometimes requires support from the pit side as well; inspectors, teams, and experts on site all contribute.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

I was the scorekeeper for Olympic, and as stated in some of the other posts, much of the data is never made public, beyond match times and such.
According to my notes, we only bypassed about 6-7 robots in those 84 matches, and none in eliminations. And we only ever bypassed when they had no code, low battery, etc, things that are not quick fixes.
As for cycles, we did get down to a 4:39 at one point Friday. I think it really helped that we stayed on Thursday and had everyone connect.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

Any chance for standard deviations as well?

I was watching some competitions on webcast where the match turnaround was fantastic - some of the best field crew work I've ever seen, and the turnaround average in your list looks pretty poor for that event. I've seen events with great crews where one robot comes out and won't connect and throws a 20 minute outlier into the mix.

I was wondering if there would be a good way to separate out the outlier matches from the bulk of the matches that went as planned.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

Here's a spreadsheet of the data if you want to play.
All match times are calculated, so you can filter or just see outliers.
You can check it for errors too while you're at it. I haven't gone back over it to verify yet or to make sure it's scored consistently.
Send any corrections/additions back and I'll include it in future updates.

I think all rematches are accounted for by leaving them out and using the elapsed time of the original matches, since it isn't in the official record, but an incorrect calculation could easily have been missed.

There are some obvious outliers that I may or may not have included. It's hard to remember. Single outliers didn't have a great impact on the overall time, and some events seemed to skip lunch to play catchup.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

The crew that I worked with at Pittsburgh and SBPLI Long Island were both absolutely fantastic! At both Pittsburgh and Long Island like Mark said, we had the general policy not to start a match until all robots connected to the field, or we at least knew why the robot was not connecting (cRIO not getting power, something of that sort). At Long Island before every match you would see some combination of Mark, Bharat Nain (our FTA), Mike Massa (our FTAA) and myself walking the field checking on every robot making sure radios were plugged in and connecting during the start up sequence.

We also monitored robots during the event so if one stops moving we would go and try to see why. This gives students the best experience at the event and also allows us to do "conspiracy theory control".

A few extra things to point out. There are times where other factors limit turn around time ... for example, at Pittsburgh we were running too fast and getting too far ahead, so we had to add in a few dance breaks to not have a huge gap before alliance selection

Teams being punctual and responsible also make a huge difference to overall turnaround times. So I need to thank all the teams for their amazing effort at SBPLI! And obviously, huge thanks to all the field crew that I worked with to make Pittsburgh and Long Island awesome events!
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

I think New Jersey was striving for an 8 minute match cycle? (don't quote me on that though) so seeing that we had 7:30 is pretty awesome, ESPECIALLY since we were a week 1 regional. Judging from the data we did pretty well (only 2 other week 1 regionals were faster).

It's also awesome to see that the numbers are going down the further into competition season we are going.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

Wish we competed in Michigan, Districts are getting 12 matches per team.
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Re: Field Crew Bragging Rights

Waterloo could have easily had 12/team, and probably even 13/team if they'd gone for a 7 minute cycle.

Alliance selections were done by 11:15.
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