Hard to believe that it has been a whole six weeks since kickoff, but here we are the robot is in the bag and for us a short wait until our Week 1 competition in Gibraltar.
The 2018 FRC Season has been teased:
More details here.
FIRST has unveiled new rules regarding the pause between auto and telop periods.
Read more on their blog.
The challenge for this year’s FTC game has been revealed.
On August 24, 2017, Red Storm Robotics held an Open House to celebrate our own dedicated Build Space. This space is graciously provided by Kentwood Public Schools at the East Kentwood Freshman Campus.
This video celebrates the open house and our new space. Please enjoy! 🙂
On September 9th, Red Storm FTC will be meeting at our new build space at 8:20am, and leaving shortly thereafter for GVSU. There we will have chassis build workshops and watch this year’s challenge streamed across the world at the same time.
We plan on being back to our build space around 3:30pm.
If you haven’t seen the teaser, check it out here:
Here’s a timelapse of the building of our 4th of July parade float that was seen in the City of Kentwood’s parade.
Welcome back to school, and with another school year means another Robotics Build Season!
This kicks off right away with FIRST Tech Challenge. Parents meeting is Monday, August 28th from 7 to 8 pm in the East Kentwood Freshman Campus Cafeteria. Season kicks off September 9th at GVSU’s Kennedy Hall of Engineering.
FIRST Robotics Competition kicks off the fall season with the Parent’s meeting on September 14th from 7 to 8pm also in the East Kentwood Freshman Campus Cafeteria. The build season kicks off in January.
If you’re interested in being a part of either robotics program, please fill out this form.
On July 13th, once again Red Storm participated in Maranda’s Park Party held at East Kentwood High School.
Once again we’ll be participating in the City of Kentwood’s 4th of July parade. Come watch our robots partake in the parade.
Tonight at EKHS we’ll be decorating our parade float and getting all of our batteries charged. Feel free to stop by and give us a hand.