FRC ChampionshipFor main article on FRC, see FIRST Robotics Competition.
FRC Championship is the final and largest event of FRC. In 2009, there were 348 teams globally that joined the competition. The theme for 2009 was Lunacy to test robots' ability to pick up 9" game balls and score them in trailers hitched to their opponents` robots on a low-friction floor.
There are many awards in the Championship including Championship Finalists, Engineering Inspiration Award, Division Champions, Autodesk Visualization Award, Autodesk Inventor Award, Chrysler Team Spirit Award, Delphi "Driving Tomorrow's Technology" Award, General Motors Industrial Design Award, Johnson & Johnson Gracious Professionalism Award, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers Entrepreneurship Award, Motorola Quality Award, Rockwell Automation Innovation in Control Award, Underwriters Laboratories Industrial Safety Award, Xerox Creativity Award, Imagery Award, Rookie All-star Award, Rookie Inspiration Award, Website Award and Judges` Awards. The most notable awards are Championship Award, and Chairman's Award – the highest honor that recognizes the team that best represents a model for other teams to emulate.
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