"These are the sort of things that 10, 12, 15 years ago computer science PhDs were working on, and now you've got 12, 14, 15 year old students doing it."

   - David Lavery,
      Solar System Explorations, NASA

Smart Robots. Smarter Students!
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2015 Regional Teams:



The Botball season begins in November with the optional ECER Information Day where interested teams will get an overview about Botball, the possibilities and the season.

The ECER13, the second European Conference on Educational Robotics, is the regional tournament for all teams of the European region. Student teams pit their robots head-to-head in a fast paced, non-destructive regional tournament. The robots are student built and programmed to maneuver on the game board without the need for remote control. Read more at the Tournament Overview (teams which have already been involved in an own regional tournament are only allowed to take part in the Open Competition).

Visit the ECER webpage for more information about this region

Botball Teams
Eastbrook Comprehensive School, Daggenham (15-0423)
London, United Kingdom
HTBLVA Spengergasse (15-0385)
Vienna , Austria
HTL Hollabrunn (15-0600)
Hollabrunn, Lower Austria
HTL Hollabrunn (15-0601)
Hollabrunn, Lower Austria
HTL Hollabrunn (15-0400)
Hollabrunn, Lower Austria
HTL Wiener Neustadt (15-0602)
Wiener Neustadt, Lower Austria
HTL Wiener Neustadt, SCIPIC (15-0603)
Wiener Neustadt, Lower Austria
iBot αlpha (15-0233)
Vienna , Austria
International School of Islamabad Society (15-0411)
Islamabad, Pakistan
MiracleRobotics (15-0616)
Vienna, Austria
PRIA (15-0364)
Vienna , Austria
Primotic (15-0362)
Vienna, Austria
Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School for Boys (15-0403)
Guildford, Surrey
RPA (15-0397)
Obergänserndorf, Niederösterreich
TGM (15-0367)
Vienna, Austria
Thales Austria GmbH (15-0369)
Vienna, Austria
The Franciszek Leja State School in Grodzisko Gorne (15-0647)
Grodzisko Dolne, Poland