Robotics Competition

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Kealakehe High School - Kealakehe Robotics (Tiki Technologies,Team 3880) - VEX
... alliance the last two years winning the 2010 Hawaii VEX Competition held at Imiloa Astronomy Center and the 2011 Maui Fair VEX Competition ... With these wins the team attended the International VEX competition at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex at Disney World on April 14–16, 2011 and will attend the 2012 VEX ... The VEX Robotics Competition (VRC) is a robotics competition utilizing the VEX robotics platform ...
Kealakehe High School - Kealakehe Robotics (Tiki Technologies,Team 3880) - FIRST
... FIRST season, Kealakehe partnered with Waialua and McKinney robotics to win the 2011 FIRST Honolulu competition (Logo Motion held at the Stan Sheriff Center on the campus of UH Manoa ... and Recognition of Science and Technology), created the world's leading high school robotics competition in 1992 ... This robotics competition is a multinational competition that teams professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and ...
Manchester Memorial High School - History
... In 1992, the first annual FIRST Robotics Competition was held in the gymnasium ... FIRST is a robotics competition in which high school students design and build robots to play a game ... The first one was held in the gymnasium, but has grown into an international competition involving 5,000 teams across 3 leagues (FIRST Lego League, FIRST Tech Challenge, and FIRST Robotics Competition ...

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