At the first Robotics Competition South Florida Regional, students from local high schools will compete with robots they have constructed.
This tournament pits students from over 40 high schools around the state and even from other countries against one another using robots that the students themselves designed and constructed.
The teams will even have a “Robot Urgent Care,” where welders and machinists from Florida Power & Light Company will assist in repairing the robots between the competition’s rounds.
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At the Palm Beach County Convention Center, the event is open to the general public with no charge for admission and will run through Friday at 5:30 p.m.
During the event, FPL will announce that it will give grants to Robotics teams again, and a college scholarship will be worth $20,000.
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