FTC Freight Frenzy
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Autonomous 4, 1, 0 Starter Stack Rings
SPR Robot Reveal - Promote Video '20-21
SPR Building Our Remote Field - Promote Video
SPR Game Strategy - Highlights
Make robot smaller so it can fit through the 14-inch gaps
Be able to score most scoring achievements on the field
Autonomous: Score a block on the correct level according to the randomized shipping element
Driver Controlled: Score blocks on the top level
End Game: Score ducks and cap our shipping element
What does a competitive robotics team season look like?
Our robotics team is competitive...but we have fun, too!
Robot Games – 3 League Meets (Nov-Jan) during Season that each robot team plays 5 to 6 qualification rounds with an alliance partner robot against 2 other teams (4 robots on the field).
Games are 3 minutes long, with the first 30 seconds being autonomous and the remainder is driver controlled (think xbox controllers)
The game field is 12′ x 12′ on foam tiles with a 1′ high perimeter
League Championship (Feb) - competition against 30+ teams to determine winning alliances and awards.
Approx. 25% of teams move on to State
Awards (Inspire, Think, Connect, Motivate, etc...)
State & World Championship (Mar-Apr) - best of the best going head to head
Engineering Portfolio – documentation about your season, engineering design process, programming & CAD, outreaches, and team building.
Judges Interview – Presentation and Q&A time with the judges about your robot and season.
'21-22 Freight Frenzy Season - Videos
Here is the '21-22 Freight Frenzy Season and Challenge Videos.
If you have questions about FIRST robotics, FIRST LEGO League, or FIRST Tech Challenge, please let us know. We would love to help you get started and possibly become a mentor.
Mock Competition - Brookfield Central High School
We won first place
10 Teams Competed