NYIT students in the School of Engineering and Computing Sciences captured first place (winning all matches) in the "Clean Sweep" event of the regional Vex Robotics Competition held on Feb. 20-21 in Baltimore, Md. The students, who were selected to participate by NYIT's Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) chapter, designed, built, and programmed an innovative and autonomous remote-controlled robot that scored the highest number of points in the contest as well as taking home the best design award. The students say they hope their win will inspire fellow and future NYIT student engineers. Next stop: the Vex Robotics World Championship in Dallas, April 22-24. Pictured (clockwise from bottom left) are team members Anthony Brown, Robert Domingo, Robert Roman, and Paul Ulezko.
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