Established in 2013, LanceBotics is Leaside High School’s Vex Robotics club. Encompassing three teams, LanceBotics’ ultimate goal is to represent Leaside (and Canada) internationally, and to do the very best job possible. Team 200A has made it to the Vex Robotics World Championships in 2014- 2015, with a second visitation in 2015- 2016. With over 35 dedicated members, The aim of all three teams is to be able to compete in the 2016 - 2017 VEX Worlds Robotics competition season.

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2017 VEX Worlds - April 19th - 22nd, 2017

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VEX Robotics Competition Starstruck is played on a 12’x 12’ square field configured as seen above. Two alliances – one “red” and one “blue” – composed of two teams each, compete in matches consisting of a fifteen second autonomous period followed by one minute and forty-five seconds of driver-controlled play.

The object of the game is to attain a higher score than the opposing Alliance by Scoring your Stars and Cubes in your Zones and by Hanging Robots on your Hanging Bar.

Area Stars/Cubes Land
Points Given
Each Star Scored in the Near Zone 1 Point
Each Star Scored in the Far Zone 2 Points
Each Cube Scored in a Near Zone 2 Points
Each Cube Scored in a Far Zone 4 Points
A Robot that is Low Hanging 4 Points
A Robot that is High Hanging 12 Points
Alliance with the most points at the end of Autonomous 4 Points

There are twenty-four (24) Stars and four (4) Cubes, available in Match. Some begin in designated locations on the field, while others are available to be entered into the field during the Match.

Each Robot (smaller than 18” x 18” x 18”) begins a match on one of their Alliance Starting Tiles. Each Alliance has two Zones across the Fence to Score into. Alliances also earn points for having one Robot Hanging at the end of the Match from their Hanging Bar. A bonus is awarded to the Alliance that has the most total points at the end of the Autonomous Period.

Learn More

(Summary courtesy of VEX Robotics Competition)

Unfortunately, the resources that are required to compete in the 2016 - 2017 Vex Robotics Competition season are not free, which is why we rely on the generosity of our sponsors to facilitate the building of robots that compete against other organisations or schools. Some of resources required to ensure we stay as world-class team are listed below:

  • Event Registration
  • Components/Hardware
  • Tools
  • Software Licenses
  • Field and Game Pieces

With this support, Lancebotics as a team can continue to build high quality robots that will be able to compete with the Vex Worlds’ best, as well as aim for the number one spot this season.

Clicking the "Sponsorship Information" button will allow you to look at the various packages available for you to obtain. Clicking the "Sponsors" will show you who is currently sponsoring us.

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