Saturday, June 18, 2016

Free Robot Competition - TRI - Saturday June 25th

TRI is June 25th. Hope to see you there.
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June 25th 8 A.M. - 5 P.M.

8900 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX

Free Robotics Competition

Have you seen 120 pound robots shoot boulders, go over castle defenses, defend and scale a tower? If not, watch as 42 FIRST® Robotics Competition high school student teams from around the region compete on a specially designed castle themed field at the 3rd annual Texas Regional Invitational (T.R.I.).  This free family event is on Saturday, June 25th from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Strake Jesuit College Preparatory  located at 8900 Bellaire Blvd, Houston, TX, 77036. Come watch all the fast paced action! It is a video game come to life.


T.R.I. is organized by Spectrum #3847, a FIRST Robotics Team from Houston, Texas. T.R.I.’s goal is to introduce families to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and how much fun it can be. Spectrum #3847 is made up of high school students from St. Agnes Academy and Strake Jesuit College Preparatory two Catholic college preparatory schools in southwest Houston, Texas. 

For more information on the Texas Robotics Invitation (TRI), please visit http://ift.tt/1sLKVoC or contact Allen Gregory at (360) 390-5244 or e-mail us at TRI@spectrum3847.o

FIRST® Robotics Competition

FIRST® is an acronym for: "For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology". The FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC) is an annual extra curricular activity for High School students to design, build, and operate point-scoring robots with help from community mentors. The mission for FIRST® is to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. It’s as close to "real-world engineering" as a student can get!

FIRST® FRC is a six-week competition program for high-school students to build 120 pound (54 kg) robots that can complete a task that changes every year using standard set of parts, plus any additional off-the-shelf or custom parts. The winning teams from those tournaments join the global competition at FIRST® Championship. http://ift.tt/1TFzvd9

In 2017, Houston will be hosting the FIRST® Championships until 2020 at George R. Brown Convention Center, Toyota Center, and Minute Maid Park.

Team List

Team # Name School/Location
57 The Leopards Washington High School
118 Robonauts Clear Creek ISD
148 Robowranglers Greenville High School
231 High Voltage Pasadena Independent School District.
441 DEVIL DOGS Reagan H S
456 Siege Robotics Vicksburg, Mississippi
457 Grease Monkey Robotics South San Antonio High School
624 CRyptonite Cinco Ranch High School
1011 CRUSH Tucson, AZ
1296 Full Metal Jackets Rockwall High School
1477 Texas Torque The Woodlands, TX
1710 The Ravonics Revolution Olathe Northwest High School
2158 ausTIN CANs Anderson HS
2582 PantherBots Lufkin H S
2585 Impact Bellaire H S
2587 DiscoBots Lamar HS & Carnegie Vanguard H S
2721 Blue Mite Lasara H S
2789 TeXplosion Manor New Technology High
2881 Lady Cans Girl Scouts of Central Texas Troop 3993
2950 Devestators Harmony Science Acad
3005 RoboChargers Emmett J Conrad H S
3103 Iron Plaid Duchesne Academy of the Sacred Heart
3335 CY-BORGS Cypress Ranch H S
3366 Roscoe Plowbots Central Fasteners & Roscoe Collegiate H S
3481 Bronc Botz Louis D. Brandeis High School
3735 Klein Bots Klein ISD
3847 Spectrum St Agnes Academy & Strake Jesuit
3991 KnightVision Episcopal High School, Baton Rouge, LA
3999 Shadetree Robotics Killeen, TX
4335 Metallic Clouds Waco, TX
4587 Jersey Voltage Jersey Village High School
4639 RoboSpartans Seven Lakes High School
5052 RoboLobos The Cedar Park High School
5261 Cyber Shock Humble ISD
5427 Steel Talons Tompkins High School
5414 Pearadox Pearland ISD
5431 Titan Robotics Plano ISD & Academy High School
5566 Sugar Rush Clements H S
5829 Awtybots Awty International School
5892 High Energy Energy Institute High School
5908 Spartans Stafford H S
5986 Iron Fangs Central Catholic HS & Providence Catholic
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