Kentucky Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Evan Hollins   
Thursday, 28 February 2013 00:00

On Saturday, February 23, 2013, we traveled to Owensboro, KY to compete in our second Championship tournament. We won the Promote Award, but did not do as well in the tournament. We came out of the qualifying rounds ranked 9th, after losing one match combined with low ranking points. In the alliance selection we were picked by 4444, The Robocats, who were the number one seed. We also picked team number 5886, R.P.G., to be on our alliance. Unfortunately, due to disconnects during the matches, we lost 1 - 2 to the number 4 seed. We were still very excited about the Promote Award, because our video is now qualified for the World Competition.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 19:04
 
Autonomous Programming Q&A from iSpace Kickoff PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joey   
Monday, 10 September 2012 22:02

 

 

 

 

We gave the Autonomous programming presentation twice at iSpace.  Here's the Q&A from both. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 October 2012 08:41
 
2012 Advanced NXT-G Progamming Workshop PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Cougars   
Monday, 01 October 2012 14:50
This year we presented the workshop at the Dayton STEM School, Rockwell Automation in Cleveland, and iSpace in Cincinnati.  Over 450 kids and coaches attended one of the 3 workshops.  Here's some of the material from the Workshop.
Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2012 16:03
 
Autonomous Programming Talk from iSpace Kickoff PDF Print E-mail
Written by Joey   
Monday, 10 September 2012 22:02

 

 

We have uploaded our presentation that we gave at the 2012 FTC Kickoff for "Ring it Up." The presentation describes good programming practices and things to consider when designing an autonomous program. It also includes a flowchart of an autonomous routine. 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 September 2012 20:14
 
Cougar Robotics And Trash Torque Set high score of 591 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 02 March 2012 20:27

 

 

Well, Finally found a video of the final run and high score!

We took captain of winning alliance at the Kentucky State Tournament! We are now moving on to World Festival! Cool 

 -Philip 

Last Updated on Friday, 02 March 2012 20:36
 
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  • FIRST Class 2017 - Festival of Champions
    Participating Teams and Schedule

    We are excited to announce and celebrate our FIRST Tech Challenge Teams competing at our FIRST Class 2017 - Festival of Champions! 



    Advancing from St. Louis:
    Team 5466, Combustible Lemons, from Davenport, Iowa - Inspire Award Winner
    Team 8686, Height Differential, from St. Paul, Minnesota - Alliance Captain                
    Team 6929, Data Force, from Littleton, Colorado - 1st Pick                                                            
    Team 5916, BoBots, from Earlville, Maryland - 2nd Pick
                                      
    Advancing from Houston:
    Team 3491, Fix-It, from Victoria, BC, Canada - Inspire Award Winner                                                  
    Team 724, RedNek Robotics Wun, from Sun River, Montana - Alliance Captain                                   
    Team 4216, Rise of Hephaestus, from San Diego, California - 1st Pick                                                  
    Team 8651, Wait For It…, from Pearl, Mississippi - 2nd Pick                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
    These teams are invited to a welcome reception at FIRST HQ in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA, the evening of Thursday, July 27th. Friday, July 28th, invited teams will be splitting their time between a visit to Dean Kamen’s company, DEKA, across the street from FIRST HQ, and time on the field at the event venue, getting their robots calibrated and ready for the big competition the next day. They may even get in some practice with their alliance partners. 

    We know everyone will be excited about Saturday morning, July 29th, the official start to the competition. The competition will be followed by dinner at Dean’s home in Bedford, NH, right next door to Manchester, NH.

    The Competition

    The competition portion of the event will take place at the SNHU Arena in Manchester, which will be a great venue for this event. At this time, the competition is scheduled to take place between 9AM and 12:45PM Eastern. Both FIRST Tech Challenge and FIRST Robotics Competition matches will be run during this period. Teams will compete in up to 5 matches. Everyone is welcome to attend this portion of the Festival in person, and join the party! The event is free and open to the public, just like all other FIRST competitions. We will have plenty of seating available. Driving directions and parking options for the venue can be found here. Please note that there will be metal detectors at security. Please don’t bring your backpacks. Outside food and beverages are not permitted in the venue!


    For those who can’t make it in person, the event will be webcast. We’ll have more details on viewing options at a later time, and we are working to make the at-home viewing experience well worth your time.