Saturday, September 20th, 2014
Hosted by The McDonogh School in Owings Mills, Maryland
The event is free and open to the public.
To all teams, nominations for the Commodore Rodgers Mentor Award are due by September 1st. Please contact email@example.com to submit your nomination, or for any questions.
Award Description: John Rodgers commanded the USS President, which fired the first shot of the War of 1812. This award goes to the Mentor of the Battle as judged by holders of the Woodie Flowers Award.
32 high school robotics teams will come together to play Aerial Assist. Our goal is to provide an event where new teams, new drivers, and new members to the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) community are welcome.
We are proud to continue our development of this event as one of the premiere off-season competitions on the East Coast.
This year's game Aerial Assist is an exciting mashup of basketball and soccer with a heavy emphasis on cooperation and passing the ball between alliance partners' robots.
Team 4945 gets introduced
Team 2199 lines up for the shot
Team 2528 greets the emcee
The Battle O' Baltimore is excited to be part of Baltimore Innovation Week, a week-long celebration of technology and innovation. Tickets are available for a 30 minute guided tour of the Battle O' Baltimore event.
FIRST is an international organization that challenges students of all ages with robotics competitions to build problem solving skills and team relations. Mentors and sponsors help teams every step of the way.
The Battle O' Baltimore is hosted by the FIRST Baltimore Area Alliance, an organization of 18 teams in the Maryland region that have come together to support each other through events and training days.