NE Greater Boston:
FiM Lakeview 1:
@jdunston94 has a spreadsheet together and I’m filling in drivetrain type by team, so if anyone has data by team and hasn’t posted it here yet, please post it in this thread.
I’ve filled in with all the data on CD. Here’s the current summary page:
This probably won’t be the final page, I just made it quickly to get a general idea of the data for now. I’m not going to be posting this spreadsheet yet.
I’m still looking for data on most teams so if anyone has data with individual team numbers please send it to me.
@MARS_James Do you by any chance have data for Florida teams you can send me?
Beyond this, do you want like specific team numbers associated with each drive because I do have that as well as how well they did in the tournaments.
Just tell me what you need and I can provide it (most likely)
I’d like specific team numbers with drive trains. jdunston94 built a spreadsheet that should take care of everything else.
This is quite telling on the future of FRC. I think new teams are going to keep with KoP tanks for the foreseeable future…until swerve reaches the masses in affordability. Motors can’t be helped…those are going to be what they are price wise. and with the cost of the combo motor setup ranging from $76 for NEO and NEO550 on MAXSwerve, and $96 (2 NEO)-$420 (2 Falcons) per corner…I don’t thing tanks are going away for a bit. Then add in the about $300 per module…and encoders…the price is what is going to keep the Tanks around. MAXSwerve has the best intro price per corner total. Then there’s the wheel/tread cost for both.
Of course the coding for new teams for both with SDS and similar having the steepest learning curve…while MAXSwerve having a steep learning curve…not as bad as SDS with the cheat they provide for alignment. Which MAY interest new/newer teams to swerve.
Ventura County Regional:
Swerve - 25
Tank - 19
Mecanum - 2
Thank you! Do you by any chance have data by team you could send me? I’m trying to collect that as well where possible to be able to compensate for multi-event teams
This is just from our scouting data and I’m on my phone so apologies for spelling and bad formatting
|4|West coast arcade drive|
|2102|Tank drive (west coast four falcons)|
|2710|West Coast with two falcons on each side, front mounted gearbox|
|3598|West coast tank drive|
|3863|Swerve with neos|
|3880|Swerve neo and falcons (sort of)|
|4160|Swerved falcons and sims|
|5274|6 wheel pneumatic tank drive|
|5869|West coast tank|
|7323|Tank drive neos|
|7607|Tank drive powered by sims|
|9084|Swerve falcons and neo|
Thank you; that works.
That’s an interesting move.
Here’s the current data:
Also, the current data by event:
Not seeing much of a difference between the two right now, although I still have a lot of holes for both. If anyone has either generic numbers by event or specific team’s drivetrains please post them here. I’m particularly missing Indiana data, but anything is helpful.
I just went through to check what I’m missing for individual teams and I’m missing teams for all districts except for FIRST Chesapeake and all regionals except for Los Angeles and Ventura, and the FL regionals. I have most of the data for Miami Valley.
I’ll edit in a list of events where I’m missing generic data later.
Drivetrain data for the Wisconsin Regional
I’ve always considered Wisconsin to be a competitive regional (most teams competed at least once before, and only a handful have this as their only regional) , and this data on what drives made it to playoffs I think shows that pretty well:
Gathered from memory or watching matches and double check with WarriorBots public scouting data. (From my understanding this public data was not the same as their data and was collected by new members and members from other teams.)
2 discrepancies from my “data” and WarriorBots public data:
- 7915: from watching it looks like tank, but WarriorBots public data shows mecanum. I left it as tank as it drove like tank with omni wheels on the corners; I’m assuming the omnis caused a misunderstanding for a newer scouting member.
- 93: 100% is swerve (source:I’m drive coach for this year and we had a match with them), WarriorBots data shows mecanum. Likely a just a misclick.
|Number||Name||Drivetrain Type||Details||Playoff Position|
|93||NEW Apple Corps||Swerve||SF|
|1675||UPS (Ultimate Protection Squad)||Swerve||N/A|
|1792||Round Table Robotics||Tank||F|
|2512||Duluth East Daredevils||Tank||N/A|
|5096||The Teutonic Force||Swerve||N/A|
|5148||New Berlin Blitz||Swerve||N/A|
|6017||PrepaTec - Cyberius||Swerve||SF|
|6381||Red Raider Robotics||Swerve||SF|
|7900||Trial N’ Terror||Tank||N/A|
|8029||Steel Bronco Robotics||Swerve||SF|
|8847||Milwaukee Cyber Cheese||Tank||W|
We once again swapped from mecanum to pseudo-tank after our (I think) third qual match. We had fixed our field centric code for mecanum for this event, even adding a function to allow us to climb the charge station better, but a problem with our arm code that was frustratingly only present on the field led us to switch, once again, to defense.
Some numbers from FMA Bensalem:
-20 tank/8 swerve/1 mecanum
-Of the 20 tanks, only 12 were kitbots
-Swerves were all COTS, 7 of which were SDS variants. Full breakdown was 4 MK4i, 2 MK4, 1MK3, 1 Swerve X (non-flipped). One of the MK4i teams was a rookie (9094)!
Overall, while I don’t have data on/haven’t been to every event in FMA, I’m willing to bet this was the lowest swerve distribution event in the district (and it might be by a good margin). This is in part driven by having four rookie teams at a smaller event (only 29 teams; all others were at least 31), but a striking number of our non-kitbot tank teams also happened to register for this event.
I have data by team, so I can post selection results if desired.
If you can at least post by team in numerical order that would be great. If you have the data by alliance selection I’m guessing there are people who would be interested, but I haven’t been tracking that.