Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo’s Ag Robotics Competition to be Hosted by Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Team members in the Junior Ag Robotics Challenge will build and program robots to complete a set of challenges such as planting seeds, pulling weeds, or moving bagged feed. During the competition, only participants will be allowed in the competition room. The Museum will stream a live video feed across the Museum for guests to watch the competition live beginning at 10 AM.
Schedule | Junior Division
Registration: 7:30 AM
Orientation: 8:30 AM
Build Time: 9 AM
Challenge Demo: 10:30 AM
Schedule | Senior Division
Registration: 1:30 PM
Orientation: 2:30 PM
Build Time: 3 PM
Challenge Demo: 4:30 PM
Museum staff will lend their expertise to the FWSSR’s Ag Robotics Challenge with Academy of Digital Learning Special Projects Manager Joanna Boulton and Chief Scientist Dr. Morgan Rehnberg serving as judges and Chief Public Engagement Officer Dr. Doug Roberts serving as a superintendent. All three are integral members of the Museum’s Academy of Digital Learning, a Museum-wide initiative to use technology to enable new and innovative forms of learning experiences.
Viewing of the Ag Robotics Challenge is included in FWSSR grounds admission. Learn more about the FWSSR’s Ag Robotics Challenge here.
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