2013 SCRRF Fall Classic

**Announcing the 2013 edition of the Southern California Regional Robotics Forum (SCRRF) Fall Classic!
**
What: Fall Classic Robotics Competition
Where: John Burroughs High School, Burbank, CA
When: Saturday, October 19

We are playing FRC Ultimate Ascent - with no game rule modifications!
Note: ties will be replayed in elimination matches (no tiebreaker rules!).

This is a great opportunity to introduce new students, mentors and sponsors to FIRST Robotics Competition.

Limited to 30 teams.
Fee: $250

For more details, checkout the LARobotics Fall Classic website.

FallClassic_2013_public_flyer.pdf (587 KB)


FallClassic_2013_public_flyer.pdf (587 KB)

We are looking forward to being there.

696 is planning to enter two robots.

1836 will be entering 2 robots too

Fall Classic Registration update: event is almost half capacity!

Complementary issues of “Servo Magazine” are available to attendees. Free subscriptions will be awarded to two teams at the event.

Sign up now!!

This will be 3255’s first year attending Fall Classic and we are looking forward to it! Can’t wait to see everyone there and have what I’m sure is going to be an amazing competition! :slight_smile:

The 2013 SCRRF Fall Classic has reached its 30-team capacity!

We are looking forward to a great event, with 5 pre-rookie teams registered!

A wait-list has been established.

For more information, please visit the event website here:

http://larobotics.org/FallClassic2013.html

See you in Burbank!!

See you in a few weeks!

Has a team list been published for Fall Classics yet?

Aside from the registration doc you mean?

Thanks

What type of pyramids will be used, official or team-spec?

Should be the official pyramids and field .

All California off seasons use the California field aka official field.

-RC

Thanks RC. Not sure we’ll risk the 50pt C&D with new drivers-in-training, but at least we can if we want :slight_smile:

At the very least they will get nerves of steel after falling off a pyramid :wink:

I told Michael to “drive it like you stole it”, but I’m not sure how well that strategy can be implemented when the driver is one of the people who has to fix it if it gets damaged in a fall :slight_smile:

Team 294 and 330 will be displaying the 2015 Alpha hardware at the Fall Classic.

We will be displaying the roboRIO, Power Distribution Panel (PDP), Pneumatics Control Module (PCM), and the Voltage Control Module (VCM). As the software is not functioning yet, this will be a static display, but you’re welcome to stop by, look at the hardware, and ask questions.

Awesome! Will definitely check this out, thanks for the heads up.

1538 will be running a full field webcast like we did at Battle at the Border. Webcast can be found at:

http://twitch.tv/theholycows

That google doc is a mess, deciphering it I get 32 teams with the following list;
294
330
687
696
702
980
981
1138
1197
1452
1538
1661
1836
3255
3309
3408
3476
3512
3647
3925
3953
4201
4276
4470
4501
4619
4913
4997
5012
20140000
20140058
20140105

Anyone agree/disagree?