The Titan Robotics Club is a middle and high school robotics program at the International School in Bellevue, Washington. We aim to spread awareness and raise interest within our school and our community about robotics and the programs of FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology). As part of the annual FIRST Robotics Compeition, FIRST Tech Challenge and FIRST Lego League, our team of over 60 students work with field professionals and adult mentors to earn valuable life experience with robotics, technology and science. You can learn more about our programs as well as FIRST by selecting each from the above navigation bar.



Our latest announcements:

FIRST Robotics Competition Kickoff - Saturday, January 3, 2015

It's that time of year again!
FRC Kickoff is where the game challenge is announced and marks the beginning of
the  6 week design and build season.  Teams around the world each meet up  and
attend  a  "local" Kickoff for a simulcast event.  This is a required event for the
team; it’s a great chance to get ideas, learn the game, pick up the Kit of Parts,
meet local teams and get geared up for the exciting competition season!  Our
team will be attending the local Montlake Terrace High School Kickoff which
begins early in the morning at 7 am.  You can get a jump on the season by
preloading the encrypted rules from the FIRST site onto your mobile device,
unlocking it where the password will be revealed at kickoff. We will leave from
school at 6:00 am and then plan on a team strategy session following the official
kick-off event. There will be a parent meeting at 3:30 pm. Location of the Parent
meeting and strategy session are yet to be determined. Check back often for
more details.
Here's the Facebook event!

Titan Robotics Club Summer Projects

Titan Robotics Club will be providing multiple summer projects for both current and potential members. No experience is required and you do not have to be part of the club currently or join long term.

Two summer projects will start the week of July 7th and go for 3 weeks. All Meetings are at WIT
-CAD with Inventor: Learn how to do computer-aided design using Inventor and learn how to design parts and build robots in 3D. Program is provided for free, a laptop is recommended. Class meets Wednesdays 7-9pm and Saturday afternoon (meeting time decided by participants). Classes build on each other so it's recommend you are able to attend the majority.
-Robot in a Box: Students will learn how to design and wire electronics in the most efficient of spaces. Students will get hand on experience wiring and testing electronics. Meetings are Tuesday afternoons/evenings (time decided by participants) and Sundays 2-4pm.

We will also be running a variety of long term summer projects with meetings dates/times decided by the individuals.
-Website: Work on designing and building a new website. No experience is required.
-Business Team: Students will work on creating long term business plan for the team and executing that plan. Will learn skills related to finances, fundraising and public relations.
-Pit & Cart design: Work on designing and building a new Pit and Cart to go to district events. Students will learn skills related to marketing, public relations, and mechanical.

If you are interested please go to http://tinyurl.com/492Summer

Summer Camp 2014

Titan Robotics summer camp is back! June 24-27th.
This Summer Camp allows students grade 4-8 to have a crash course on a FLL (FIRST Lego League) challenge. Students will get a hands on experience in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field. Fill out the form at this Link to sign up! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ql516k2kBONi3ipRhVCSVOhp9MnwbKiHf7f2SQZ...
For more information please contact info@titanrobotics.net

Shorewood Update

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Once again, the Titans had a rough start, dropping 3 games with only 1 win. From there we went on a 5-0 streak leading into the second day. On the second day we had a shaky 1-3 performance making our real record 7-5.
We clinched 8th place.
Picture of Qualifying Matches "TRC"

Alliance Selection
Going into alliance selection we faced a tough challenge in that our first second and third choices were all chosen by teams before us. Fortunately due to quick thinking and preparation we were able to acquire 2 strong teams in Team 1899 and Team 4681.
Picture of Alliance "TRC"
Elimination Round
Starting out strong, our alliance won the first game, before encountering mechanical failure and losing the next 2 thus being knocked out of the quarter finals.
This is not the end of the road for the Titans, as we look towards regionals and perhaps even worlds!
Picture of jacklol "TRC"

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