Team 39/842 2009 Control System Demo at RoboTECH II (10/10/2008)

Team 39/842 will be demonstrating the 2009 FRC Control system during RoboTECH II on October 10th at Arizona State University, north of memorial union.

As of now, team 39’s and team 842’s 2008 robots are operational using the 2009 control system. we will be there driving around and answering questions.

Hope to show the control system to as many people as possible.

Regards,
Borna
Team 39

more info on RoboTECH II

RoboTech II - Oct. 10, 2008 - ASU Tempe Campus, Memorial Union, North Plaza
Courtesy of FIRST Lego League (FLL) middle school and FIRST Robotics(FRC) high school teams from across the state. This event is free and is guaranteed to provide a great experience for you, your families, and your teams. Don’t miss the fun and excitement! Have lunch at the MU and enjoy:
Workshops 9:00 AM -– 10:30 AM
A must for new coaches – FLL Coaches Workshop presented by Scott Stanko of Intel! A great refresher for experienced coaches too. Help Scott share tips for the rookies.
FRC Robot Competition 11:00 AM – - 2:00 PM
(Outside, North Mall of the Memorial Union Building)

Lego Robots Scrimmages and demonstrations 11:00 AM. - 1:00 PM
(Outside, North Mall of the Memorial Union Building)

Workshops 2:30 PM – - 4:00 PM
Everyone is welcome to attend any and all workshops!!! (Room assignments will be posted)
o Scholarships - Learn how to get your shot at 10 Million $$ towards College
o Fund Raising - Tips, Sources and Useful Information for Robotics Teams
o First Lego League, LEGO Robot Kits For Elementary School
o Organizing Robotics Teams Using Free Google Apps
o Hands-On Sessions - Learn Skills for Building FIRST Robots
o Programming with new National Instruments Platform
o Sketch up
o Safety
o Team Marketing
If you are an FLL or FRC team please bring your robot, computer, any field parts you have, and FLL field set up kit. We will provide the table, the referee, the power and the audience. Teams from as far away as Flagstaff and Tucson have indicated they plan to attend. Bring you video cameras and help us record the event and workshops for all to see. Please join them
Parking at ASU is always the challenge, but the following tips will make this process easier:
o Parking in Lot 59 North (North of Rio Salado) will be provided at no charge. Shuttles run every 10-15 minutes. The closest shuttle drop off/pickup point is in lot 3, “Gammage/GGMA.” The dots on the following parking/shuttle map link are the campus shuttle routes: http://www.asu.edu/parking/pdf/asu_p...pe2008_web.pdf
o Parking in the Apache Boulevard or Rural Road parking structures is $2/hour or $8/day.
o Special short-term parking passes to unload equipment near the Memorial Union are available at a cost of $10. Please contact me to arrange this: Tina Rutledge asurobotech@gmail.com
Further information contact: George O. First gofirst@cox.net 480-202-4668 or Tina