With the competition dates almost here, your robot should be very close to completion for your regional or district event. Your team should start to prepare for your competition in all respects.
For the programming members, you should be nearing the completion of your program and you should be able to control your robot both autonomously and with user control. A good idea would be to set up a practice field and test your code to avoid errors during the regional or district events.
Build team, your robot should be completed with your electrical wiring and the frame finished. With the programming team, both sub-teams should start looking for potential drivers and train them to control the robot. If you already have a skilled driver ready to control the robot, you can still practice running your robot through drills to further develop your skills to maximize your points during the game.
The administrative team should start preparing any required files or documents for the awards judges. In addition, if your team is preparing for any awards, make sure that you start to practice to ensure that your team does it’s best. Lastly, be sure to discuss what the activity at the pits will be so that members take turns at the pits, ready to present to the awards judges.
Hopefully, your team is almost prepared with your competition, we wish all teams good luck with the Infinite Recharge season this year.
Hello, rookie teams! Believe it or not, we are over halfway through the build season.
The build team has started to make some of the field parts so they can test the final robot when it is done.
The programming team has finished testing their robot ideas which they had planned earlier. They are also testing some driver mechanics and the drive train.
The driving team has done a lot of drills in preparation for the matches.
And the admin team has been working on completing the chairmen and has continued to reach out to businesses in our community.
Thanks for reading, and good luck rookie teams!