The team finished 6th out of 37 teams, captained the 4th playoff alliance, and won the Entrepreneurship Award. We need to send a special shout-out to members of our program management department on their work writing and submitting that award. Shout-outs also go out to those of you in the pits who represented the team wh...
Get hype for this weekend! On Saturday, the Storm Robotics Team will be heading over to Seneca for our second competition! On Wednesday, the team met up to discuss what things should be fixed or improved, based on the results from the competition Westtown High School. While our climbing abilities were solid, and the scouting system worked well, we need to work on the robot's software for the 15-second autonomous period at the beginning of each match; sometimes the robot would drive off the pa...More
On the days of March 19 and March 20, Storm Robotics attended the competition at Seneca. We were pretty positive and determined to make a comeback from our slump at Hatboro-Horsham. The team got together the night before and some massive planning was underway. Mechanical and Software departments were making changes and adding new additions and lines of code to ensure that Hephaestus was up to speed. Along with all of this, the mentors gave positive speeches so when the going gets tough, we still...More
This weekend past (March 5-March 6) was Storm's first competition with our newly released robot, Hephaestus in the Hatboro-Horsham competition in Pennsylvania. All of our efforts throughout the build season accumulated to this point and we were all eager to see what our robot could do. Our team definitely showed immense enthusiasm and it's safe to say that we were one of the most excited teams because we won the Spirit Award, but we faced many difficulties and unexpected problems that challenged...More
Here's a little update from our recent competition at Hatboro Horsham.More