Our new season has started! Watch the Destination: Deep Space Game Animation embedded here on our front page! Follow it to FIRST’s Youtube channel for further details on the game.
Cheers to our FTC teams for all the hard work they’ve put in so far this season! Team 3543 placed 5th and 1st in our two league events while team 6541 placed 3rd and 4th. The ranking points accumulated in these events will factor into our ranking at the interleague championship, which is coming up on December 15th. We wish both teams the best of luck!
Today both our FLL and FTC teams going to their respective competitions! Good luck to them!
For new and returning members, we will be having a mock kickoff at the warehouse this Saturday! As we work through a past challenge, we will be getting ready to design and build a robot for this year’s game. See you there!
Titan Robotics had a blast meeting families and teaching them about FIRST Robotics at Seafair! FIRST Robotics provides a way for youth to explore STEM fields and welcomes them to do so in a warm, tight knit community. Thank you to Boeing for inviting us to this wonderful opportunity.
Please follow our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TitanRobotics/ for more information, updates, and footage.
Hey everyone, Titan Robotics Club is going to be showcasing this year's FRC and FTC robots at Seafair on Sunday, August 5th! Come say hello and ask us questions about FIRST Robotics! For more information, check out our facebook page! @TitanRobotics
Kicking off our summer season, Titan Robotics Club will be hosting its 2018 FLL Summer Camp. In this week long camp students will learn all everything from the engineering design process to programming through designing their own robot.
Every year Titan Robotics Club hosts a week long summer camp for students going into grades 4-8. This camp is run by our experienced high school FRC and FTC team with the help of staff from the International School of Bellevue. This year we are offering a full day Lego League program from Monday June 25th -Friday June 29th, 9am -2:30pm. Snacks, and Friday lunch is provided. All students will need to bring their own lunch Monday through Thursday. All students attending will be attending from 9am -2:30pm and the camp will take place at the International School of Bellevue.
$325.00 This includes snacks, and Friday lunch.
For any questions, please email email@example.com
With FRC's return from District Championships and the end of Houston, all of Titan Robotics Club's seasons have come to a close. Thank you to all of our students, parents, mentors, and sponsors for this fantastic year of opportunity and growth. Check out our Recap video on Youtube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEw1s6j1HyQ&t=1s
Titan Robotics Club went to the Newport Heights Family STEM Night/Science Fair to showcase our FRC and FTC robots. We ran into a little technical trouble with our FRC bot, but the kids had a great time piloting our FTC one! To see pictures of the event, click here!
Titan Robotics FRC Team 492 has returned from the PNW District Championship in Portland Oregon. We had a wonderful time!
Our journey ends here. Thanks to all our students, mentors, parents, sponsors, and supporters who helped us make it this far!
See you all soon!
FRC Team 492 had a great time at the Auburn Mountainview District event! We teamed up with alliance captain SOTAbots 2557 and Ramen 4461 in the number 4 alliance and made it to Semifinals. Thank you to our alliance partners!
We have qualified for the PNW District Championship in Portland, Oregon! The competition will be on April 4-7, 2018 at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Please come watch us compete or follow our Facebook page for updates!
Teams and Event Results: https://www.firstinspires.org/team-event-search/event?id=28029
Our FRC team will be competing at Auburn Mountainview High School on March 29th and 30th. Please come watch us compete! We recommend after 3:30 PM on Friday because school is still in session.
Event Results: https://www.firstinspires.org/team-event-search/event?id=28007
FRC Team 492 had a great time at Glacier Peak High school the previous weekend (24/25th)! It's our first time competing this season and we made it to quarter finals with the number 6 alliance captain MASH (Team 4077) and IMVERT (Team 4173). Thank you to our alliance partners!
Exciting News: Our team won the Innovation in Control Award at Glacier Peak for our autonomous routines, transition to teleop, and diagnostic tools. Our amazing mechanical mentor Andy Gebhart was also recognized as a finalist for the Woodie Flowers Award, which celebrates a mentor and their contributions to FIRST and students. We also made a high score of over 500 with one of our alliances during the morning qualification matches!
We will be competing again at the Auburn Mountainview District event this weekend (30/31th), be sure to come watch us or follow our Facebook page for more updates and event results!
The FRC Team's first district event is coming up on March 24-25! Please come watch the event!
Event Schedule: https://www.firstinspires.org/sites/default/files/uploads/frc/2018-events/2018_WASNO_Agenda.pdf
Team List/Event Results: https://www.firstinspires.org/team-event-search/event?id=28009
Other Links: https://www.firstwa.org/Team-Resources/FIRST-Robotics-Competition-Team-Resources/FRC-Events/2018-Week-4-Glacier-Peak
Titan Robotics Club FRC team competed at the Championships in Houston Texas and was #1 on the Galieo Sub Division at the end of qualification matches. We choose team 1538 Holy Cows, 5437 Rocky Balboa and 2574 Chilean Heart for the number 1 Alliance. We ended up as sub-division finalists on GalileoRead More
Titan Robotics Club FRC team competed at the Championships in Houston Texas and was #1 on the Galieo Sub Division at the end of qualification matches. We choose team 1538 Holy Cows, 5437 Rocky Balboa and 2574 Chilean Heart for the number 1 Alliance. We made it all the way to the finals but lost by a few seconds. Congratulations to the winning alliance 2415, 5654 and 2630.Read More
Congratulations to our FTC team who won the Pasteur League Championship! They were also finalists with the PTC Design Award, Rockwell Collins Innovation Award, the Control Award and the Inspire Award which is the highest award available. They will compete next on February 4th at the Kent Showare Center.
Congratulations to team 2200, 2201, and 12320 for their effort at the district competition! Team 12320, The Flaming Gabes, did well enough to continue onto the semifinals on either January 21st or 22nd. The specific date, time and location will be announced closer to the competition.Read More