Workshop Registration
Kickoff workshops will be held on Saturday, January 5th at Klaus Advanced Computing Building on Georgia Tech's campus. Sessions will start at 12:30 pm*; end times will vary by workshop but we anticipate most will finish by 3:30 pm.

You need to complete this form if you plan to attend any workshops, regardless of whether or not you completed the previous form. If you have any issues, please contact kickoff@robojackets.org.

Please print out and sign a Georgia Tech waiver for each attendee, including students, parents, and mentors. You will need to turn in these waivers at the event. https://robojackets.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/2019-Waiver.pdf

*Tentative

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Parking
We'll be covering parking for all attendees. Let us know how many vehicles you're bringing!

Information on how and where to park will be distributed to teams as soon as possible.

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Number of smaller vehicles *
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Workshop Attendees
Let us know about how many people you're sending to each workshop. Remember that these run concurrently, so you should send a few members to each one.

Room listings will be available on site.

Mechanical Quick Build
RoboJackets mechanical members will guide teams through assembling the drive base kit. Please review this webpage for the list of tools required for this workshop: https://robojackets.org/first-kickoff/
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Electrical Quick Build
RoboJackets electrical members will guide teams through assembling the standard FRC electrical system, suggesting wiring guidelines, and giving tips on how to resolve common problems. Please review this webpage for the list of tools required for this workshop: https://robojackets.org/first-kickoff/
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Java Programming
Laptops will be provided during the workshop, set up for groups to follow along during the session. More to come on this workshop!
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Strategy Brainstorming
GeorgiaFIRST referee staff will discuss rules and gameplay strategies with teams.
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Safety
This workshop will discuss the importance of safety leadership and go beyond safety glasses and a Band-Aid.
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Bumper Construction
This workshop is all about how to properly build bumpers for your team’s robot, led by GeorgiaFIRST robot inspectors.
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Rookie / New Member Quick Start
This workshop is geared towards rookie teams & new members of existing teams, learning the tips and tricks on how to get through your first build season.
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