MROC 2023 | July 28th & 29th | Mukwonago, WI

Team 930 is excited to announce MROC 2023!

This year’s Mukwonago Robotics Offseason Competition will run Friday July 28th & Saturday July 29th, featuring workshops, team social, judged awards, and elite robot play

Event details:

  • Competition at Mukwonago High School, Mukwonago WI
  • 32 teams
  • $325 early registration (due May 31), $350 standard registration (due June 30)
    • $175 additional robot (if space allows)
  • Load in Thursday evening / Friday morning
  • Workshops Friday morning
  • Team social Friday evening

Details and team signup here
Volunteer signup here

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Are matches on Friday and Saturday?

Can’t wait!

Yes, competition starts Friday at noon. Qualification matches run Friday afternoon and finish Saturday morning, with playoff rounds on Saturday afternoon.

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Current list of teams as of May 19th (14/32). Reminder that early bird registration discount ends May 31st, so if you plan to attend make sure you take advantage of that! Full registration is still open until June 30th.

537
930
1732
1732 #2
1792
1792 #2
2194
2202
6381
6381 #2
6421
6574
7021
8701

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Reminder that MROC early bird registration ends today! Full cost registration will close at the end of June. If you plan on attending the competition, be sure to take advantage of the reduced signup cost!

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There’s two weeks left to register for MROC, and still spots available! Register here: Details — Team 930
List of teams currently registered:

93
537
930
1714
1732
1732 #2
1792
1792 #2
2062
2062 #2
2194
2202
2451
6381
6381 #2
6421
6574
7021
8701

Additionally, we are excited to be putting on workshops the morning of Friday July 28th before competition begins. These workshops are open to any teams, not just those competing. Current topics are below, with more to come!

  • Robot Simulation with Mechanisms
  • Pose Estimation and AprilTag Tracking
  • Debugging Tools
  • Everybot+ - Building off the Everybot
  • Marketing and Branding - Selling Your Team
  • Tracking your Scouting with SQL
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How will team numbers be inputted into Blue Alliance. My team uses a scouting system that revolves around the Blue Alliance API and wanted to know how will teams with multiple robots will work.

We will entering second robots into FMS as Team 9990 - 9999. This will allow it to properly sync with the API, so Blue Alliance will have accurate data. We will send an email to teams prior to the event letting them know which 999X number is assigned to each second robot.

In other news, we still have spots open for teams to compete at MROC! We are extending registration, check out the MROC website to sign up.

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Ok thank you. Can’t wait for MROC

We’re just about a week out from MROC 2023. We have a great group of teams signed up - and last minute signups are still welcomed! Registration info here

Registered teams

  • 93
  • 537
  • 930
  • 1714
  • 1732
  • 1792
  • 2062
  • 2194
  • 2202
  • 3197
  • 3538
  • 4143
  • 6381
  • 6421
  • 6574
  • 7021
  • 8701
  • 9732 (1732 2)
  • 9792 (1792 2)
  • 9962 (2062 2)

We also have a great lineup of workshops in the morning Friday 7/28. Thanks to the local teams for helping us put these on, we have a variety of topics for new and veteran teams alike!

6574 attended this event last season and it was easily the best run offseason event we attended in 2022. I’m looking forward to coming to the event later this weekend :slight_smile:

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@Strategos Do you have to do any updates to Statbotics to start pulling match data for off-seasons? I thought that it pulled data from the blue alliance API, but it doesn’t appear to be updating?

I know it doesn’t mean much since the EPA isn’t updating with the new drivers people run at offseason, but its still fun to see the data.

A little late, but I wanted to say thank you to everyone who came out to MROC this year! We had a fierce competition with 21 great robots. Congratulations to the winning alliance of 930, 3538, and 9992 (1792 2)! Matches are on YouTube and Blue Alliance.

Additionally, congratulations to our judged award winners:

  • Engineering Design Award, Team 1732
  • Programming Award, Team 6381
  • Judges Award, Team 6574

Thanks to those who presented workshops, we will be putting those on the website soon. We collected 18 backpacks of school supplies to donate to charity. I also appreciate everyone who participated in the fun events including team social, mentor social, and our two stellar mentor matches.

On behalf of Team 930, thank you to everyone who helped with and competed at the event, and can’t wait to see you at next year’s MROC!

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