On Saturday November 17 we had our first FTC league event of the season at Oak Bay High School. Eleven teams participated.
Continue reading “FTC Hadfield League 1 Results”
The first event of the season is on Saturday, November 17 at Oak Bay High School (see map). Families are welcome to come and watch. Encourage them to arrive after 1pm. The best viewing is probably between 1:30 – 3:30pm.
Continue reading “FTC Hadfield League 1 – Nov. 17 2018”
Find out about FIRST Tech Challenge and learn about this year’s game challenge called Rover Ruckus. See a playing field set-up for this year’s game and participate in workshops to get your season started.
Continue reading “FTC Kick-off Rover Ruckus”
In 2018-19, FIRST teams in British Columbia have access to a variety of grant opportunities. Some grants could help with paying registration fees, others are for equipment such as EV3 kits, WeDos or laptops.
Grant Application Deadline: Sept. 25, 2018
Complete the application form by Sept. 25, 2018 to be considered in the initial round of grants.
Continue reading “Team Grants”
In British Columbia, the 2018/19 FIRST Tech Challenge season uses a League format leading on the the Provincial Championship. It means that your team will get more opportunities to play matches with your robot.
All teams are encouraged to participate in two League events which will be held from November to January. The scores from the League events will carry forward to the British Columbia Championship.
New this year, some of the FIRST Tech Challenge events will be held in both the Vancouver area and Victoria.
Continue reading “FTC Season ROVER RUCKUS”
Join our expedition into the 30th season of FIRST® celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Moon Landing! Ready your robots to explore uncharted planets in ROVER RUCKUSSM.
In the 2018/2019 FIRST Tech Challenge season, teams will explore STEM concepts through a challenging, and out-of-this-world space-themed game. Prepare to rouse a ruckus and take your team on an adventure when the new season launches this September.
Continue reading “Announcing FTC Game – ROVER RUCKUS”
This post contains the details of the 2018 BC FTC Championship on February 17 2018.
Team Rankings after qualifying matches
After the qualifications matches the top four teams were selected as alliance captains. They then choose a team to be their partner. The following four alliances participated in elimination matches.
- 417 SKID, 8923 Perpetual Velocity
- 7198 Cyborg Ferrets, 10544 Cyber Eagles
- 6220 Centripetal, 12598 Green Jelly Beans
- 11589 Fusion, 14065 Mathison
Continue reading “BC FTC Championship Details”
The BC League 3 event was held Friday February 16 2018. Mostly this was for out of province teams. This was also our FIRST Tiara Friday. Continue reading “FTC League 3 Results – Combined League Results”
The British Columbia FIRST Tech Challenge Championships were held at St. Michaels University School on Feb. 17, 2018. There were 20 teams from British Columbia, Alberta and Washington State.
All the teams built robots that were fun to watch on the field.
Congratulations to team 6220 Centripetal who won the Inspire Award and will advance to the FIRST Championship in Houston Texas April 18-21 2018. Continue reading “BC FTC Championship Results”