This page is updated as general information becomes available. Team specific information will be provided to advancing teams once their information is forwarded to us by their respective State Championships. Check back often for any updates.
If you have any questions, please contact Team Relations at email@example.com.
- Registration and Payment
Congratulations to all teams advancing to the South Super Regional! Once your advancement is officially recognized by the South Super Regional Committee, your team will be receiving a packet providing registration, payment, transportation, and hotel information. Instructions on what to do to complete the registration process will be provided in the packet.
- Shipping Robots To and From the Classic Center
Classic Center Exhibitor Services, our Operations Coordinator, will assist with the shipping process. There is a $25.00 per package fee to receive and store shipments or $50 per 100 pounds. There is no charge for the arrangement of leaving boxes for return shipment as long as shipping is prepaid, the label is on, and a pick up is scheduled.
Shipments to the Classic Center can be ordered by clicking here.
Please make sure shipments are addressed as follows:
Georgia FIRST Robotics Super Regionals
The Classic Center
300 N Thomas St
Athens, GA 30601
- Load-In & Check-In
Coaches, Parents, and/or team members will be allowed to check-in their team and load-in their robots and pit equipment on Thursday, March 23. No more than 4 team members per team may load in their pit, and must immediately leave the pit area once all items are loaded in. Pit setup is not allowed during the load-in hours. Only team members actively loading in will be allowed in the pits during this time. Details concerning the actual load-in procedure will be provided to advancing teams in the team packets.
Overnight trailer parking will be available for a $25 purchase for teams to park their team trailer at the venue for the duration of the event. Stay tuned!
- Check-In & Pits Open
After the load-in hours, pits will open and pit setup may begin. Teams may continue to check-in during this time.
Pits are 9 feet wide and 9 feet deep, and will have access to a single 10A AC power source. An 8 foot table will be provided. Teams should bring at least one 25′ extension cord and a power strip for distributing power in their pit as necessary. No part of a team’s pit will be allowed to exceed 12 feet in height.
- Inspections and Judging Sessions
Robot inspections and judging sessions will commence approximately one hour after the pits open. Time slots for both activities will be assigned after all teams have been confirmed in our registration system, which should occur on or around March 10, 2017. All Judging sessions shall be completed Thursday afternoon and early evening. Inspections shall occur Thursday afternoon through Friday morning.
For teams not advancing to the Semi-finals, team load-out can commence immediately following Alliance Selections. Details concerning the actual load-out procedure will be provided to advancing teams in the team packets.