2020- Momentum 

Season cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic

Game Animation

In INFINITE RECHARGE, two alliances work to protect FIRST City from approaching asteroids caused by a distant space skirmish. Each Alliance, along with their trusty droids, race to collect and score Power Cells in order to energize their Shield Generator for maximum protection. To activate stages of the Shield Generator, droids manipulate their Control Panels after scoring a specific number of Power Cells. Near the end of the match, droids race to their Rendezvous Point to get their Shield Generator operational in order to protect the city!

2019 - Redemption

Notable Achievements

  • FMA Mount Olive District Event - Quarterfinalists

  • FMA Bridgewater-Raritan District Event - Finalists

  • FMA Bridgewater-Raritan District Event - Quality Award

  • FMA Bridgewater-Raritan District Event - Safety Award

  • SBPLI Long Island Regional #1 - Finalists

  • SBPLI Long Island Regional #1 - Quality Award

  • FIRST Mid-Atlantic District Championship - Finalists

  • FIRST Championship in Detroit (Curie Division) - Participant

Game Animation

Destination: Deep Space, stylized as DESTINATION: DEEP SPACE and officially known as Destination: Deep Space Presented By The Boeing Company, is the FIRST Robotics Competition game for the 2019 season. It involves two alliances of three teams each, with each team controlling a robot and performing specific tasks on a field to score points. The game centers around an outer space theme involving two alliances consisting of three teams each competing to place poly-carbonate hatch covers and orange rubber balls or "cargo" on rockets and cargo ships before returning to their HAB platform to climb at the end of the match.

Robot Reveal Video

2018 - Gnometendo

Notable Achievements

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event - District Chairman's Award

Game Animation

The game is played by two alliances of three teams each, and involves placing "power cubes" (milk crates covered in a yellow case) onto the switches and the scale. Power-ups can be unlocked with 3 power cubes to get an advantage in the game. Points are scored by placing power cubes onto the switches and scale and climbing the scale to defeat the "Boss".

2017 - Bamboozled

Notable Achievements

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event - Semifinalists

  • MAR Montgomery District Event - Finalists

Game Animation

The game is played by two alliances of three teams each, and involves placing "fuel elements" (small plastic balls) into their boilers and delivering gears to their airship. Points are scored by shooting fuel elements into the boilers, delivering gears to the airships, and by climbing the airship.

2016 - Platypus

Notable Achievements

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event - Quarter-finalists

  • MAR Chestnut-Hill District Event - Champions

  • South Florida Regional - Regional Chairman's Award

  • FIRST Championship [Carson Division] - Quarter-finalists

Game Animation

The game is played by two alliances of three teams each, and involves breaching the opponents’ defenses, known as outer works, and capturing their tower by first firing "boulders" (small foam balls) at it and then surrounding or scaling the tower using rungs. Points are scored by crossing elements of the tower's outer works, shooting boulders into the opposing tower's five goals in order to lower the tower strength, and by surrounding and scaling the tower.

  • 119.8 lbs

  • Can cross all defenses unassisted

  • Drawbridge not inclusive

  • Tankchain drive system

  • 6 CIM drivetrain

  • Two Speed gearbox

2015 - Maverick

Notable Achievements

  • MAR Hatboro-Horsham District Event - Semifinalist

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event - Finalist

  • Hawaii Regional - Quarter-finalist

  • MAR North Brunswick Event - Finalist

  • Mid-Atlantic Region District Championship - Quarter-finalist

  • FIRST Championship - Hopper Division - Quarter-finalist

Game Animation

Recycle Rush is a recycling-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score points by stacking totes on scoring platforms, capping those stacks with recycling containers, and properly disposing of pool noodles, representing litter. In keeping with the recycling theme of the game, all game pieces used are reusable or recyclable by teams in their home locations or by FIRST at the end of the season.

Q5 2015 MAR Hatboro-Horsham District Event

  • 120 lbs

  • Maverick can make stacks of six totes with a recycling container containing litter

  • It typically made around 3 stacks during a match

2014 - Tempest

Notable Achievements

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event - Semifinalist

  • MAR Spring side-Chestnut Hill District Event - Quarter-finalist

  • Hawaii Regional - Quarter-finalist

  • Mid-Atlantic Region District Championship - Winner

  • FIRST Championship - Curie Division - Quarter-finalist

Game Animation

Aerial Assist is played by two competing Alliances of three robots each on a flat 25’ x 54’ foot field, straddled by a truss suspended just over five feet above the floor. The objective is to score as many balls in goals as possible during a two (2)-minute and 30-second match. The more Alliances score their ball in their goals, and the more they work together to do it, the more points their Alliance receives.

Robot Reveal Video

2014 MAR Champs - Finals 3

  • 118 lbs

  • Eight Wheel Drive with 4" by 2" Treaded Colsons

  • West Coast Chassis

  • 6 CIMS (15.5fps/6fps)

  • Sorbothane Dual-Roller Intake

  • Two-Position Variable Shot:

  • Long distance 9-18ft shot

  • Lay up/Truss shot

  • Designed to catch easily

  • Two-Ball Autonomous

2013 - Susan

Notable Achievements

  • Palmetto Regional – Winner

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event – Winner

  • MAR Bridgewater-Raritan District Event – Semi-finalist

  • Mid-Atlantic Region District Championship – Finalist

  • FIRST Championship – Archimedes Division – Semi-finalist

Game Animation

ULTIMATE ASCENT is played by two competing alliances on a flat, 27 x 54 foot field. Each Alliance consists of three robots, and they compete to score as many discs into their goals as they can during a two (2)-minute and fifteen (15)-second match.

Robot Reveal Video

Match 

  • 120 lbs​​

  • Adjustable shooter angle

  • Dropped-center wheel

  • 4 CIM drivetrain

  • Intakes from human player station

  • Hangs from bottom bar

  • ~8 cycles per match

2012 - Scorpion

Notable Achievements

  • MAR Rutgers District Event - Quarter-finalist

  • Palmetto Regional - Quarter-finalist

  • MAR Mount Olive District Event - Semifinalist

  • Mid-Atlantic Region District Championship - Quarter-finalist

  • FIRST Championship - Newton Division - Quarter-finalist

Game Animation

REBOUND RUMBLE is played by two alliances of three teams each compete on a 27-by-54-foot field. They compete to try to score as many baskets as possible in the four hoops set up on each side of the field. These hoops range in scoring from 2 to 6 points in autonomous, and 1 to 3 points in teleop. This years autonomous portion of the game was reinvented to include a human player control by means of a Microsoft Kinect. During Teleop, all robots are controlled by human drivers.The end game for 2012 involved three bridges, one for each alliance, and one to share. The objective was to fit the most robots on the bridge and balance. Teams that could balance with two alliances on the center, shared, bridge would score extra points.

2011 - MORTAsaurus

Notable Achievements

  • Palmetto Regional - Semi-finalist

  • Virginia Regional - Semi-finalist

  • FIRST Championship [Newton] - Semi-finalist

Game Animation

LOGO MOTION is played two alliances of three teams each compete on a 27-by-54-foot field. They compete to hang as many inflated plastic shapes (triangles, circles, and squares) on their grids as they can during a 2 minute and 15 second match. The higher the teams hang their game pieces on their scoring grid, the more points their alliance receives. In the last 20 seconds of the match, teams are challenged to deploy a mini-bot up a pole in order to gain extra points for their alliance.

LINKS
CONTACT

Tel: (973) 927- 2208 ext. 7685

18 Corey Road,

Flanders NJ 07836

SOCIALS
  • Instagram Social Icon
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • YouTube

Copyright © 2020 Mount Olive Robotics 11 &193