Our next outreach event will be on Saturday, April 19th at Children’s Museum in Everett where we will be working with two other FRC teams: Cascade Bear bots and Glacier Peak Sonic Squirrels for the annual I-Engineers robotics day.
The FTC team earned the Connect award at the WA State FTC Competition. But an even bigger surprise was that we got the 8th place at the West Super Regional in Sacramento, CA. Wow! The team is very busy improving the robot and making travel arrangements.
Royal Robotics FTC team earned the Inspire award at the Northeast League Championships. This is the highest award that a team can earn at an FTC competition. The whole team was ecstatic, especially since they had set that as their goal at the beginning of the season. Now on to State.
We are preparing for competition in this year’s game – Aerial Assist. Please come and see us at any of our three upcoming competitions: Glacier Peak, Mt. Vernon or Shorewood. Click here to download a VIP ticket and bring to our pit to receive gifts. See the Build page for weekly updates. Also, check out […]
Our team won the Inspire Award at the North Interleague competition, then earned the Connect award at the State competition. We also earned a place at the West Coast Super Regional, so the team will be going to Sacramento, CA.
Royal Robotics is helping out FIRSTWA this year by putting on an FRC Workshop on Saturday, November 16th. There will be classes about both the engineering and non-engineering sides of FRC. We have mentors and students helping from several North End teams and also a Project Manager from Boeing.
Team Alumni, Bryan H., showed off his recent Engineering Design project at the EdCC haunted STEM lab. He and several other EdCC students built a Rube Goldberg Machine. These machines transfer motion through various methods to complete a task. Bryan’s machine used a vehicle down a ramp to trigger a mousetrap which lit a match […]
Our team spent two weeks visiting every classroom in our school, during advisory period. We got out both the Black Pearl (FRC 2013) and B.R.A.D. (FRC 2012) and sent groups out to invite the whole school to our Robotics Kick-off event. We had quite a few visitors and 10 new people for our team this […]
Our team won the “Most Creative” award at the Tour de Terrace parade this summer. I have to agree that a Frisbee shooting robot is not the usual parade entry. We look forward to returning next summer.
People were amazed by our Frisbee shooting robot in both the Tour de Terrace and Pioneer Day parades this summer. A robot is not your usual parade entry. The other parade participants would come and ask questions while we waited our turn. Those lined up along the parade route would seem puzzled at first wondering […]