Looking for a few good mentors

Are you a maker or a doer living near Bethesda Maryland.  We need people that have knowledge in the following;

  • Java and or C++ coding
  • Computer vision
  • Control system design
  • Location systems design
  • Pneumatic systems
  • Web design
  • Tech writing
  • Graphics design
  • Fund raising
  • Video production
  • Animation
  • Journalism
  • Public relations

If you are interested or know someone who could, please email us at admin@team1389.com

 

 

What is a FIRST Mentor?

Walt Whitman Robotics Club mentors work with students from Walt Whitman high schools The mission of the mentoring program is to help develop the skills students need to make good life choices and to succeed personally and professionally through a program that both provides practical guidance on preparing for college and that develops strong, long term relationships and bonds of trust with mentors.

 

Why Mentor?

In this Video Participants from the Million Women Mentors Program talks about how a influential a STEM mentored activity can be for students.

 

How does mentoring make a difference?

As a Walt Whitman Robotics Club mentor, you’ll have the unique opportunity to positively influence the lives of students through personal growth, interpersonal development, and community involvement.

 

Click here to see the amazing people that have already signed up to make the next generation of students a little smarter

If you are interested or know someone who could, please email us at admin@team1389.com

 

 

Montgomery County MD Advocacy Day 2016

Last week the Walt Whitman Team attended the FIRST National Advocacy Conference.  We did a good bit of learning and are ready to take what we learned and apply it to the County level.

 

We want to get as many of the team in the county to participate in the county advocacy day we are scheduling for July 18th. Our plan is to talk to the following folks

 

Here are the actions we have

  • We need to identify what teams are going to participate
  • We need to agree on the asks
    • Make Robotics a sport in MoCo
    • Help us define how the $250,000 in robotics funds should be managed / dispersed
    • Help us define how the ESSA title 4A funds should be dispersed at the state level
    • Help us get the $125,000 of county funds approved for 2017-2018
  • We need to create a one sheeter for the day that includes
    • What is FIRST
    • The MoCo robotics foot print
    • The impact of robotics programs on students
    • The federal and state funds that are available
    • The Ask and outcomes
  • We need to get the meetings scheduled
  • We need to schedule a planning meeting to plan the day and so some practice run through

 

On the 27th we held a planning call with other MoCo teams

 

We need your lessons learned

Now that the 2015-2016 FRC season is over, we need to switch gears to the 2016-2017 season. But what does the 2016-2017 season look like?  Well we need to figure that out.  So we have two meetings coming up that we encourage as many students, parents, volunteers, school administrators and community members to attend so that we get as much input as possible.

  • Agenda items for May 7th
    • 2016 recap / lessons learned
    • 2017 goals
    • May plan
    • Federal lobbying
    • Banquet
    • Seniors
  • Agenda items for the 21st
    • 2016 summer plans
      • starting teams
        • FTC
        • FLL
    • 2016 fall plans
      • Off seasons
        • Battle O’Baltimore – Sept ?? 2016, Baltimore, MD.
        • Girl power – Oct ?? 2016, Flourtown, PA.
        • Rumble in the roads – Nov 5 2016, Newport News, VA
      • training
      • fund raising
    • 2017 spring plans
    • picking team leaders
    • picking drive team
    • lab cleanup
    • Communication tools
  • Lab Cleanup May 23rd, 25th and 27th

 

Event with the week off, a few of us just couldn’t stop thinking about robots.  Check out these cool little lego variants of Maelstrom we made. What have you been up to?

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World championship 2016: Curie Division

Team 1389 had its most successful season ever. The team played 57 matches, made it to quarter finals once, made it to semi finals twice, won two awards and made our most complex robot ever.  This season will be one for the record books.  We can’t thank all of the people who helped make this trip and this season possible enough.  Your inspiration perspiration and treasure helped make this season possible. Thank you.

The World Championships were amazing. We were able to learn a lot about robots, running teams, making pits, vision, how to not make a climber and playing on the world stage. We also had some great bar-b-q and went up in the St Louis Arch. And best of all we made a lot of new friends.  We talked to  mentors and students from across the US and around the world.  A special thanks goes out to 1511, 836 and 2636 for helping us figure out some of our technical challenges.

We also got to know some teams on a more personal level by spending over 30 hours on a bus with them. Team 1712 and 4242 were fantastic bus mates and could not have been more amazing people.

 

 

Here are some of the videos from the weekend

Almost ready

We leave for FRC World Championships in less than 5 days. We found out we will be in the Curie division along with some of our CHS district teams.  We can’t wait to see what everyone has added to their robot.

8 Team 8
25 Raider Robotix
166 Chop Shop
191 X-CATS
287 Floyd
321 RoboLancers
339 Kilroy Robotics
379 RoboCats
639 Code Red Robotics
694 StuyPulse
836 The RoboBees
858 Demons
876 Thunder Robotics
955 CV Robotics
1073 The Force Team
1089 Team Mercury
1123 AIM Robotics
1261 Robo Lions
1389 The Body Electric
1511 Rolling Thunder
1662 Raptor Force Engineering
1868 Space Cookies
1885 ILITE Robotics
1983 Skunk Works Robotics
1991 Dragons
2080 Torbotics
2168 Aluminum Falcons
2175 The Fighting Calculators
2220 Blue Twilight
2557 SOTAbots
2848 The All Sparks
2883 F.R.E.D (Fighting Rednecks Engineering and Design)
2974 Walton Robotics
2980 The Whidbey Island Wild Cats
3005 RoboChargers
3147 Munster HorsePower
3230 PrototypeX
3234 Red Arrows
3310 Black Hawk Robotics
3339 BumbleB
3374 RoboBroncs
3506 YETI Robotics
3546 Buc’n’Gears
3618 Petoskey Paladins
3641 The Flying Toasters
3656 Dreadbots
3770 BlitzCreek
3925 Circuit of Life
3930 SMART Spruce Mountain Area Robotics Team
3965 Sultans
3990 Tech for Kids
4010 Nautilus
4061 SciBorgs
4087 Falcon Robotics
4180 Iron Riders
4188 Columbus Space Program
4329 Lutheran Roboteers
4335 Metallic Clouds
4455 The Burger Bots
4469 R.A.I.D. (Raider Artificial Intelligence DIvision)
4646 Team ASAP
4910 East Cobb Robotics
5199 Robot Dolphins From Outer Space
5279 Bionic Eagles
5406 Celt-X
5679 Girls on Fire
5803 Apex Robotics
5834 R3P2
5837 Unity4Tech
5892 High Energy
5933 JudgeMent Call
5940 B.R.E.A.D.
5976 CyberSaders
6016 Tiger Robotics
6034 Eagle Storms

 

Here is what we need to get done tommorow

  • Vision code – started

    • Auto targeting – not started
    • Targeting assist – not started
  • Auton code
    • 20 pt auton – started
    • 15 pt auton – started
    • integrate NavX – complete
    • defense reset – complete
  • Main code part 3 – started
  • Competition documents part 4 – not started
    • Tech Journal part 4 – not started
    • Judges Packet part 4 – not started
    • 1 sheeter part 4 – not started
    • Pit Video part 4 – not started
    • Bill of Materials part 4- not started
    • Business plan part 4- not started
  • Pre-competition scouting part 4 – started
  • Pre season scouting and risk survey part 4 – started
  • Climber started
  • install shooting camera – complete
  • organize pit complete
  • Identify parts we need to order – complete



Here are the trip details at this point

  • Tuesday, April 26th
    • 5:00 pm – load on to bus in front of Walt Whitman high school, Bethesda, MD.
      • 1389 will be ready to load on the bus at 4:30 pm
    • 6:30 pm – pick up people White Marsh Mall 8200 Perry Hall Blvd Baltimore, MD 21236
      • 1712 will be ready to load at 6:00 pm
    • 7:00 pm – depart for St Louis and eat on buss
    • 10:30 pm – 20 min rest stop at someplace that has food and bathrooms
  • Wednesday, April 27th
    • 7:00 am – team breakfast on the road
    • 9:00 am – arrive in St Louis, park bus, unload people at hotel 1
    • 9:15 am – team rep goes to dome to check in and get team badges
    • 9:30 am – go sight seeing as a team
    • 12:00 pm – unload luggage from parked bus at hotel 1
    • 12:15 pm – teams load people on bus
    • 12:30 pm – teams unloads under bus bays at venue
    • 1:00 pm – pits open
    • 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm for FRC team field measurement, An FRC Driver’s badge is required in order to access the dome fields.
    • 4:00 pm – practice fields open
    • 6:00 pm – practice matches start
    • 8:45 pm – venue closes and team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 9:00 pm – team dinner
    • 10:00 pm – students in room
  • Thursday, April 28th
    • 6:00 am – team breakfast
    • 6:30 am – team leave hotel and walks to venue
    • 7:00 am – pits open
    • 8:30 am – qualification matches start
    • 12:00 pm – team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 12:15 pm – team eats lunch
    • 5:00 pm – qualification matches end
    • 5:30 pm – pits close
    • 6:15 pm – welcome ceremony
    • 7:30 pm – venue closes and team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 8:00 pm – team dinner
    • 8:30 pm – team walks over to roboprom
    • 12:00 am – students in room
  • Friday, April 29th
    • 6:00 am – team breakfast
    • 6:30 am – team leave hotel and walks to venue
    • 7:00 am – pits open
    • 8:00 am – qualification matches start
    • 12:00 pm – team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 12:15 pm – team eats lunch
    • 6:30 pm – qualification matches end
    • 7:00 pm – pits close
    • 7:15 pm – venue closes and team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 7:45 pm – team dinner
    • 10:00 pm – students in room
  • Saturday, April 30th
    • 6:00 am – team breakfast
    • 6:30 am – team loads on to bus at hotel (includes all luggage)
    • 6:45 am – team unloads at venue
    • 6:45 am – pits open
    • 7:30 am – division alliance selection (there are 8 divisions at world championships)
    • 9:30 am – division elimination matches start
    • 12:00 pm – team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 12:15 pm – team eats lunch
    • 2:30 pm – FRC championship matches start and pits close
    • 2:45 pm – load pit onto bus
    • 6:30 pm – closing ceremonies start
    • 9:00 pm – end of event
    • 9:15 pm – venue closes and team meets at team 1389 meeting point
    • 9:40 pm – team dinner
    • 10:30 pm – teams loads onto bus
    • 11:00 pm – depart St Louis
  • Sunday, May 1st
    • 9:00 am – team breakfast
    • 1:00 pm – team lunch
    • 3:00 pm – drop off people in White Marsh Mall 8200 Perry Hall Blvd Baltimore, MD 21236
      • 1712 will unload
    • 4:30 pm – arrive at unload bus in front of Walt Whitman high school, Bethesda, MD.
      • 4242 will unload
      • 1389 will unload

 

2016 meeting point

 

Other things going on while we are there

 

Big Day Yesterday

Speaking of Walt Whitman, we were able to present our amazing Principal Dr. Goodwin with our two Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi.  We earned one, at each of our two district events.

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Thanks to all of the people within the Walt Whitman Community who helped us make this year’s team a success.; Janitors, security, building maintenance, teachers, principals, alumni, the sports boosters and the Walt Whitman High School Foundation.  All of your collective effort made this year possible and we can’t thank you enough.  Please know that we appreciate your time and efforts more than you know and that it is lifting our team’s potential with every moment you take to step in and join us in pursuing our dreams.

 

Last night we also finished our crate at 10:30 pm.  From start to finish 6 hours to build, not to bad for our first crate.  Thanks to Walt Whitman High School for letting us stay late to get that finished.

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Double bonus, it looks like all of the planning and logistics prep for World Championships is nearly complete. We have found two great bus mates; FRC Team 1712 and FRC Team 4242,  have locked in our hotels and travel itineraries, and figured out all of our extra curriculars. It also looks like we have all of our spares ordered, our lifter arm is coming along nicely. The lifter arm should be ready to test on Saturday, fingers crossed.  We are ready for what ever next week brings and can’ wait to find out what we are going to learn.

 

 

Maryland and Montgomery County Robotics Funding Updates

So there is some Good news and some Bad news about the bills and grants we have been working on this year.

  • Good News.  The state level bills HB 115 and SB 582 have passed and are sitting on Governor Larry Hogans desk.
  • Bad News. The bill that made it to the Governors desk cut the planned funding for robotics across the state from $500,000 to $250,000.  This is a good start, we hope that next year we can urge state level law makers to make STEM and Robotics a bigger priority and demonstrate that support through increased funding.
  • CALL TO ACTION: We need everyone across the state to reach out to Governor Larry Hogan and his staff to let them know this is important and needs to be funded. To contact the Governor;
    1. Please go to this form
    2. Fill in all of your contact information
    3. Copy and past this this subject “Pass HB 115 and SB 582 to elevate MD Robotics”
    4.  Copy and paste the template into the message box

Keep pushing, we know every Maryland student appreciates your efforts.

 

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Please take the time to reach out to our elected officials so we can help grow robotics!

 

We are looking for bus mates

Any teams in the Maryland, Washington DC, Delaware, Virginia area want to share bus to World Championships?  If you are interested, please email us at admin@team1389.com. We are taking around 25 people and would like to leave Monday April 25th (we could leave on the 26th if that works better for you), and return on May 1st.  We would also like to consume 1 full bay under the bus for our pit.  If we fill up enough seats, the price per seat could be as low as $200 a seat, so the more people the merrier.  We can take either a 55, 57 or a 61 passenger bus.

 

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This is the season! We are one step closer to Einstein…

Prior to the beginning of the season the team outlined some goals for the season, the goals are listed below. We also started to talk about playing on the field named Einstein. To get to play here would mean we are one of the best 24 teams in the world this year. To earn a spot on this field is incredibly challenging, but if we do, our team’s life will be changed forever. This is one of those rare places on earth where great minds are forged and the flame of passion becomes a raging inferno of can do…..must do…..will do! That is why we compete, that is why we chase perfection, that is why we skip sleep and that is why we robot. We are chasing greatness and this weekend is the next step we have to take to earn a spot there. This weekend we need to play well enough to finish ranked in the top 6. This is going to be very hard to do because of all of the great competitors we are going to see. But it has to happen, we need to demonstrate that we are good enough to earn a spot to world championships where we will get an opportunity to compete to play on Einstein. ARE YOU READY?

2015-2016 Team 1389 Goals:

  • Lab organization – we did better
  • Win regional and go to worlds! – we are going to try and make this a reality over the next 3 days
  • Team 1/4 girls – we did better
  • Finish robot earlier in build season – we did better
  • Score autonomous points – we accomplished
  • Fundraising more – we did better
  • Outreach – we did better
  • 2-4k for last seasons cost – we raised 2k
  • Hold mock build seasons this summer and fall – we did not accomplish

IF you can’t join us in person, you can watch us live via web stream at this location http://www.thebluealliance.com/gameday#layout=2&view_0=2016chcmp-1

Pre scouting data for the weekend

Here is our pre-scouting data for the upcoming district champ event. We have our work cut our for us, we need to break into the top 10 in all 5 major categories this weekend if we want to end up highly ranked on Saturday.

 

Top 10 breachers

Team Event Defense
1829 CHS-CMD 685
836 CHS-CMD 680
122 CHS-CVA 675
1137 CHS-CMD 675
2377 CHS-CMD 660
4286 CHS-CVA 660
1629 CHS-CMD 650
2028 CHS-CVA 650
5115 CHS-NMD 650
339 CHS-CVA 645

 

Top 10 shooters

Team Event Goals
1731 CHS-SVA 275
401 CHS-CVA 232
836 CHS-CMD 222
5279 CHS-CVA 197
2849 CHS-NMD 177
686 CHS-CMD 176
122 CHS-HVA 175
339 CHS-SVA 172
3455 CHS-SVA 164
339 CHS-CVA 162

 

Top 10 challengers

Team Event Scale/Challenge
5546 CHS-CVA 230
5546 CHS-HVA 230
2363 CHS-HVA 215
623 CHS-CMD 210
346 CHS-CVA 200
1418 CHS-DC 195
2377 CHS-CMD 185
3389 CHS-HVA 180
1137 CHS-CMD 175
1599 CHS-CVA 170

 

Top 10 Auton

Team Event Auto
836 CHS-CMD 316
122 CHS-CVA 311
4638 CHS-NMD 302
1137 CHS-CMD 297
5338 CHS-CMD 294
2912 CHS-CMD 292
1629 CHS-CMD 291
977 CHS-CVA 290
2028 CHS-CVA 290
4286 CHS-CVA 288

 

Top 10 ranking points per match

Team Event Ranking Score Ranking points per match
836 CHS-CMD 39 3.25
1885 CHS-HVA 37 3.08
2363 CHS-HVA 37 3.08
5279 CHS-CVA 35 2.92
1418 CHS-DC 29 2.90
4242 CHS-DC 28 2.80
5279 CHS-SVA 33 2.75
1137 CHS-CMD 32 2.67
5587 CHS-DC 26 2.60
1629 CHS-CMD 31 2.58

 

Below are the all up details for the team we are going to see this weekend. Here is this same data in excel

Team Event Ranking Score Auto Scale/Challenge Goals Defense Played Rank OPR Award 1 Award 2 Award 3 attending CHS-Champ
116 CHS-CVA 17 271 155 53 595 12 27 Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson yes
116 CHS-NVA 16 120 90 28 480 12 26 District Chairman’s Award yes
122 CHS-CVA 30 311 140 156 675 12 2 38.59 District Event Finalist yes
122 CHS-HVA 25 189 140 175 575 12 9 District Event Winner Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
339 CHS-CVA 29 274 135 162 645 12 4 28.26 Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox yes
339 CHS-SVA 20 216 85 172 515 12 16 Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers yes
346 CHS-CVA 27 262 200 146 610 12 10 District Engineering Inspiration Award Industrial Safety Award sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories yes
346 CHS-SVA 27 238 140 124 595 12 6 District Event Winner Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson yes
384 CHS-CVA 19 234 115 87 555 12 24 District Chairman’s Award yes
384 CHS-SVA 14 192 70 118 375 12 28 Team Spirit Award sponsored by FCA Foundation yes
401 CHS-CVA 29 266 160 232 595 12 5 District Event Finalist yes
401 CHS-SVA 24 230 100 146 545 12 8 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
422 CHS-CVA 27 260 135 131 620 12 11 yes
422 CHS-SVA 22 186 115 105 535 12 12 23.77 Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors yes
449 CHS-HVA 26 242 90 59 630 12 6 24.87 Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
449 CHS-DC 13 171 60 42 430 10 22 Team Spirit Award sponsored by FCA Foundation yes
540 CHS-CVA 28 240 165 98 590 12 8 27.08 Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation yes
540 CHS-SVA 15 166 70 84 450 12 27 District Engineering Inspiration Award yes
612 CHS-CMD 17 257 115 97 580 12 28 Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson yes
612 CHS-NVA 26 173 125 58 520 12 6 24.53 Team Spirit Award sponsored by FCA Foundation yes
623 CHS-CMD 26 256 210 139 610 12 10 Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
623 CHS-NVA 27 66 145 50 480 12 4 21.88 Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
686 CHS-CMD 28 269 130 176 615 12 5 District Event Finalist Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox yes
686 CHS-DC 22 189 95 84 465 10 7 26.95 District Event Finalist Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Industrial Safety Award sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories yes
836 CHS-CMD 39 316 140 222 680 12 1 District Engineering Inspiration Award District Event Winner yes
836 CHS-DC 24 224 115 96 490 10 4 35.94 District Event Winner Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox yes
888 CHS-CMD 27 242 140 131 605 12 8 Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation yes
888 CHS-NMD 21 218 120 87 585 12 16 Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson yes
888 CHS-NVA 23 142 140 58 485 12 8 22.36 yes
977 CHS-CVA 24 290 145 116 625 12 14 Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
977 CHS-SVA 21 216 110 71 550 12 14 District Event Finalist yes
1086 CHS-CVA 27 278 160 161 630 12 9 District Event Winner Team Spirit Award sponsored by FCA Foundation yes
1086 CHS-SVA 26 276 110 161 620 12 7 District Chairman’s Award District Event Winner Industrial Safety Award sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories yes
1111 CHS-NMD 28 238 130 132 605 12 3 District Engineering Inspiration Award District Event Finalist yes
1111 CHS-NVA 17 118 85 79 455 12 24 yes
1137 CHS-CMD 32 297 175 118 675 12 2 District Event Finalist Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors yes
1137 CHS-HVA 28 208 125 72 570 12 5 yes
1262 CHS-HVA 25 234 150 134 585 12 8 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
1262 CHS-SVA 22 254 115 98 560 12 10 26.04 District Event Finalist yes
1389 CHS-CMD 24 255 125 153 615 12 15 Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
1389 CHS-DC 23 171 70 41 475 10 6 Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
1413 CHS-SVA 28 246 135 109 595 12 4 29.54 yes
1413 CHS-HVA 22 230 140 52 590 12 13 Gracious Professionalism Award sponsored by Johnson & Johnson yes
1418 CHS-NVA 21 197 120 37 610 12 11 District Event Winner Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation yes
1418 CHS-DC 29 149 195 59 535 10 1 53.17 District Event Winner Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors yes
1599 CHS-CVA 23 256 170 139 615 12 15 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
1599 CHS-SVA 18 212 100 89 565 12 20 yes
1610 CHS-HVA 30 229 155 124 625 12 3 38.32 yes
1610 CHS-SVA 21 198 120 51 550 12 15 yes
1629 CHS-CMD 31 291 150 161 650 12 3 District Chairman’s Award District Event Winner yes
1629 CHS-NVA 26 188 125 95 565 12 5 District Engineering Inspiration Award District Event Finalist yes
1719 CHS-NMD 28 234 135 85 645 12 4 Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox yes
1719 CHS-NVA 21 124 130 27 525 12 12 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
1731 CHS-SVA 30 242 95 275 560 12 2 41.87 Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation yes
1731 CHS-NVA 27 212 115 74 515 12 2 24.39 District Event Finalist Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors yes
1829 CHS-CMD 27 276 145 110 685 12 6 yes
1829 CHS-HVA 24 209 120 68 530 12 11 22.86 yes
1885 CHS-HVA 37 192 120 161 610 12 2 38.39 District Event Finalist Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors yes
1885 CHS-DC 17 90 75 46 405 10 13 District Chairman’s Award yes
1895 CHS-NMD 13 196 110 81 520 12 28 District Event Finalist yes
1895 CHS-NVA 20 202 105 49 500 12 14 yes
2028 CHS-CVA 25 290 155 140 650 12 12 Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
2028 CHS-HVA 23 208 100 52 620 12 12 23.15 yes
2068 CHS-NMD 27 260 110 161 600 12 6 District Event Finalist yes
2068 CHS-NVA 19 166 105 66 515 12 17 yes
2363 CHS-HVA 37 221 215 160 615 12 1 41.33 District Chairman’s Award District Event Finalist yes
2363 CHS-NVA 28 180 130 68 560 12 1 27.55 District Event Winner yes
2377 CHS-CMD 24 269 185 78 660 12 14 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
2377 CHS-NMD 18 138 115 66 495 12 24 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
2421 CHS-CMD 27 244 135 133 590 12 7 yes
2421 CHS-NVA 9 136 80 56 370 12 32 District Event Winner yes
2534 CHS-SVA 17 272 145 65 595 12 22 District Event Winner Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox yes
2534 CHS-NVA 27 178 155 26 525 12 3 27.05 Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
2537 CHS-NMD 27 262 145 95 630 12 5 District Event Winner yes
2537 CHS-DC 24 221 115 29 520 10 5 34.57 Entrepreneurship Award sponsored by Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers yes
2849 CHS-NMD 26 248 130 177 535 12 9 Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
2849 CHS-DC 10 164 65 63 425 10 29 yes
2912 CHS-CMD 18 292 140 66 605 12 24 yes
2912 CHS-DC 15 159 60 33 385 10 17 District Event Winner yes
3389 CHS-CMD 30 279 145 88 645 12 4 yes
3389 CHS-HVA 21 247 180 57 600 12 14 yes
3455 CHS-SVA 23 228 110 164 555 12 9 28.78 District Event Finalist yes
3455 CHS-NVA 17 154 130 43 440 12 23 yes
3872 CHS-SVA 28 246 145 121 630 12 3 36.13 Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
3872 CHS-NVA 22 159 85 86 485 12 9 yes
3941 CHS-CMD 18 242 105 57 590 12 26 District Event Winner yes
3941 CHS-NMD 16 174 115 64 555 12 25 yes
4242 CHS-NVA 20 216 130 42 520 12 13 Judges’ Award yes
4242 CHS-DC 28 179 95 59 485 10 2 36.22 Quality Award sponsored by Motorola Solutions Foundation yes
4286 CHS-CVA 29 288 160 82 660 12 3 30.39 yes
4286 CHS-HVA 17 162 120 49 495 12 20 yes
4456 CHS-NMD 20 250 115 51 595 12 18 District Event Winner yes
4456 CHS-DC 15 186 40 31 430 10 15 yes
4505 CHS-CMD 25 273 140 141 555 12 11 yes
4505 CHS-NVA 26 160 140 72 510 12 7 yes
4638 CHS-NMD 29 302 140 134 580 12 1 Innovation in Control Award sponsored by Rockwell Automation yes
4638 CHS-DC 17 183 100 32 415 10 10 23.02 yes
4945 CHS-NMD 29 278 130 125 630 12 2 District Chairman’s Award Industrial Safety Award sponsored by Underwriters Laboratories yes
4945 CHS-DC 18 146 105 8 455 10 9 Imagery Award in honor of Jack Kamen yes
5115 CHS-NMD 27 222 150 64 650 12 8 District Event Winner Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
5115 CHS-DC 18 156 90 30 440 10 8 yes
5279 CHS-CVA 35 272 170 197 630 12 1 37.99 District Event Winner Industrial Design Award sponsored by General Motors yes
5279 CHS-SVA 33 246 155 155 590 12 1 31.26 Excellence in Engineering Award sponsored by Delphi yes
5338 CHS-CMD 23 294 150 68 640 12 17 yes
5338 CHS-NMD 23 194 150 64 605 12 15 yes
5338 CHS-NVA 19 180 105 33 495 12 16 District Event Finalist yes
5546 CHS-HVA 28 264 230 38 645 12 4 34.76 District Event Winner Creativity Award sponsored by Xerox yes
5546 CHS-CVA 28 284 230 82 610 12 6 33.08 Judges’ Award yes
5587 CHS-DC 26 183 85 39 530 10 3 33.2 District Event Finalist yes
5587 CHS-NVA 22 158 110 48 450 12 10 21.79 yes
5804 CHS-CVA 19 278 120 103 610 12 21 Rookie Inspiration Award sponsored by National Instruments yes
5804 CHS-HVA 16 242 120 33 565 12 21 District Event Winner yes
5841 CHS-NMD 23 260 150 68 610 12 12 Rookie All Star Award Highest Rookie Seed yes
5841 CHS-DC 9 82 70 30 300 10 34 Rookie Inspiration Award sponsored by National Instruments yes
5957 CHS-CVA 20 244 120 55 580 12 19 Rookie All Star Award Highest Rookie Seed yes
5957 CHS-HVA 16 237 90 57 525 12 22 Rookie Inspiration Award sponsored by National Instruments yes
6194 CHS-HVA 18 224 110 46 575 12 18 Rookie All Star Award yes
6194 CHS-SVA 18 204 85 54 530 12 21 Rookie Inspiration Award sponsored by National Instruments yes