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VEX IQ Challenge Next Level Competition

Phase Key Dates
Submissions 04/28/18 - 12/31/18
Winner Announced 05/01/19
How to Participate
Register for this competition by clicking the button to the left.
Submissions: 04/28/18 - 12/31/18
To submit, you must first be registered to the competition.
To submit, you must first be registered to the competition.
Overview
Score submission is not currently open for this competition. VEX IQ Challenge Next Level is played on a 4x8 foot rectangular field. This simulation allows you to program for the Robot Skills Challenge, where one robot takes the field to score as many points as possible under driver control; and the Programming Skills Challenge, where one robot scores as many points as possible autonomously, without any driver input. The object of the game is to attain the highest score by Scoring Hubs in Building Zones, by Removing Hubs from the Hanging Structure, and by Hanging Robots at the end of the Match.
Rules & Requirements

Scoring

  • A Hub that is Low Scored in a Building Zone is worth one (1) point.
  • A Hub that is High Scored in a Building Zone is worth two (2) points.
  • A Bonus Hub that is Removed from its Bonus Peg is worth one (1) point.
  • A Bonus Hub that is Low Scored in a Building Zone is worth two (2) points.
  • A Bonus Hub that is High Scored in a Building Zone is worth four (4) points.
  • A Parked Robot is worth one (1) point.
  • A Low Hanging Robot is worth two (2) points.
  • A High Hanging Robot is worth four (4) points.
Resources

After installing the VEX IQ Challenge Next Level Robot Virtual World, check out the included sample programs in ROBOTC by going to File > Open Sample Program, Next Level, and double-clicking on the one you’d like to open.

To start the VEX IQ Challenge Next Level R Virtual World, open ROBOTC and choose Window > Select Virtual World to Use > VEX Next Level, then download any program to launch the virtual world.

RVW Setup
Robot Virtual World Setup