FIRST Alberta is excited to be exhibiting at Calgary Maker Faire this year! We have many fun filled challenges including: – Practice your Robot driving skills, see how fast you can complete our Robot obstacle course. – Watch as High School teams compete to see who has designed and built the best robot – Play with Lego Robotics and practice your driving skills – Learn how to get started with programming a robot
Hello FIRST Community! Please join us as we Kickoff the 2019-20 FIRST Tech Challenge season SKYSTONE!
Date: Saturday, September 7th, 2019 Locations: TELUS World of Science, Edmonton SAIT, Aldred Centre, Calgary Time: 9:30am – 12:00pm
Special thank you to our sponsors, Dow Canada, TELUS World of Science and SAIT for making this event possible.
FTC Teams, there will be demo fields with this years challenge. Feel free to bring your robot from last year to drive around. If you would like to invite your sponsors, please email Katherine(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)frcwest.com
The third level of FIRST® programs is called the FIRST Tech Challenge(FTC). It is a program for students from grades 7 to 12. It teaches students team work, design, building, and programming in one intense collaboration package. 250+ students gathered for this exciting FTC event at Telus World of Science in Edmonton.
Teams Cyber Eagles from Strathcona Christian Academy, Sherwood Park, Helios from École Maurice-Lavallée, Edmonton and OLS from Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy, Canmore were the top contenders for that weekend! Congratulations to this alliance!
Cyber Eagles were also honored with the FTC Alberta Winning Alliance Captain Award and was the Helios was the Inspire Award winner of the weekend! Special note to the following award winners as well:
Judges Award Winner, team Jasmine of Calgary
Think Award Winner, team Wilson Robotics of Lethbridge
Connect Award Winner, team Legal Circuit Breakers of Legal
Rockwell Collins Innovate Award Winner, team Xplorobotics of Calgary
Design Award Winner, team Swat Bots of Airdrie
Motivate Award Winner, team TWOSE of Edmonton
Control Award Winner, team Helios of Edmonton
Deans List Award Winners to Etianne Connick Lecours of team 5009 Helios and Catherine Gelmini of team 10544 Cyber Eagles
Images credit to Micheal Frost & Fred Rushworth (skinny_skier(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)yahoo.ca)