EMC Robotics Team/Club Website Challenge
This challenge is to develop a website that promotes your entire robotics program – your VEX Robotics Competition, VEX U, or VEX IQ Challenge team(s) and any other robotics programs you participate in, your outreach activities, how to join, what you have done, who you are, where you are, and what you plan to do in the future. In short, build a website that tells the world how great youth robotics is and how special your program is. You are encouraged to promote all the STEM activities in which your robotics program participates (VRC, BEST, Botball, FIRST, TSA, PLTW, SKILLS USA, SKILLS Canada, underwater robotics, workshops, camps, math competitions, bridge building, solar-powered cars, etc.)
This is the website for BCAMSC Phoenix Robotics from Battle Creek, Michigan. We are a robotics team dedicated to our school's five core values: respect, integrity, excellence, innovation, and the foundational value, compassion. Our website contains not only documentation of previous years' robots, but a Resources section dedicated to passing on building and programming knowledge on to the next generation of roboticists.
This is our team Website built and managed by the RoboCrafters(10016S). Our team is made up of brothers Logan and Lucas Parlato and was started in 2014. We live in Leesburg, FL. Competing through the Vex IQ challenges have taught us many things, most importantly, sportsmanship and how to get along with each other.
Vote for our Promo Video: http://challenges.robotevents.com/challenge/53/entry/2438
We created our website to chronical our journey throughout the year(s), share with others (family, friends, and the general public) our adventures and accomplishments, and to recognize all those that have helped us and/or VEX robotics in general, shining a light on their generosity and kokua (help).
As the years have gone by, we made sure to always include our original team members, and our story, to remember where we came from and to help others see how, at least,...
The Dana Point Robo-Techs is a VEX robotics team from Southern California comprised of 9 highly motivated, committed young individuals who are excited to learn about robotics and engineering. We started competing in 5th grade and this is our 3rd season together. Our STEM project won 1st place at the VEX World Championships in both 2014 and 2015.
We meet weekly to work on developing and testing our robots as well as prepare our next STEM research project. This year we joined a local league.
VHS Robotic's mission is to engage students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education by applying the excitement and motivation associated with robotic competitions. VHS Robotics offers two exciting programs, VEX and VEX IQ.
The VHS Robotics program is designed to educate students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). The goals of the program are to have students gain a working knowledge of:
- Robotics engineering concepts, including drivetrains, lifting mechanisms, sensors and gear ratios
- the Microsoft... Read more
The SBHS Robotics website was originally created as a general info page for our school's young robotics program. Now in the middle of our fourth competitive season, our club's website has evolved into an indespensable tool. It provides an open door for the community to understand what we're about and contact us, a live calendar to track our four teams' community and competitive activities, club-wide communication through our crew forums, and a home for our freshly coded...
We are a Canadian school located in Toronto, Ontario and we aim to use this website to create exposure and increase the legitamacy of our club.
The Super Sonic Sparks 4-H Robotics team was established in 2007. Reaching out into the community and inspiring kids to join a robotics program is very important to the Super Sonic Sparks. We have found the greatest success in functioning as one team, with multiple robots. Our goal is to learn all we can, and better the community with our talents. United we stand, divided we fall.
The K-Force website has recently been rebuilt, utilising some of the latest browser technologies and of course being fully mobile responsive. It acts as a place for information for new parents about what the team is and how competitions work, a place for current members to keep up to date, a place for team member to order parts and an archive of our past experiences and robot designs. We have also added the resources section where team members can add their own tutorials. The website has been fully open sourced on GitHub:...
We are team 8068A, Isomagnetic, from the School of Science and Technology,
Singapore. Upon opening this webpage, be astounded by the ingenuity of the design, with the well diversified descriptions and diagrams. Inside, there are the words "Efficient, Effective, Exemplary" These are 3 of the goals of our team, which allows up to strive harder and climb up the ladder of success. Finally, backed with out school values of commitment, collaboration, cross-cultural understanding and creativity, it has allowed us to advance even further, making a mark wherever we go. We...
Hello, we are the NJIT Robotics Club, located on the campus of the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) in Newark, NJ. Our club started in 2010, and since our beginnings we have gradually become larger and better developed in practicing all aspects of robotics in the club room. Membership has had improved growth since the creation and revival of our club website, and we maintain all project information on there for our members, thus is central and essential to the club experience.
Check us out at our website: http://njitrobotics.com
This is a website that completely entails the entire Robotics Program of Abraham Lincoln High School in Council Bluffs, Iowa. It includes an Overview of our Robotics and Engineering program, Season Stats from each of the teams, How to Join our program, a brief statement of our Future Goals, and a Contact Page.