Watch the video below for a hint about the challenges in the 2019 FLL season.
The 2019 FIRST Global Challenge will be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from 24th to 27th October. We hope to see New Zealand represented once again following on from the 2017 and 2018 competitions and will share additional information as it becomes available. For more information about FIRST Global, Visit their website
#FIRSTCHAMP Houston is finished, congratulations to the three Kiwi teams taking part this year. FRC Team 7498 – Wingus & Dingus – who competed in the Roebling division of FRC, and made it through to the quarter finals as part of Alliance 5 along with Team 6364 (Ten Ton Robots), and alliance captain Team 359 […]
Watch the second challenge hint for the 2019 season here!
Many of you may not be aware that NZ was represented at last years Australian National FTC competition. This was held in Sydney in December with two teams travelling from NZ to compete – 5145 (The Referee’s) and 5110 (Wingus and Dingus). We’d like to congratulate both teams on excellent performances against the Aussies with […]
It has been announced that following on from Washington D.C in 2017 and Mexico City in 2018 the Annual “Olympic for Robotics” FIRST GLOBAL 2019 will be held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from the 3rd to the 5th of October. We look forward to seeing another NZ team representing us at this event, and […]
Hi Everyone, the travel grant application form is now live. If you wish to apply please complete the form and we will be back in touch. Application Form
Hi Everyone, only a few days to go now, I know we’re getting pretty excited around here and imagine the teams are as well. We’ll be posting more updates over the next few days so keep an eye on the news page. There will be food available at the venue on the day (Menu) Snacks, […]
We will be publishing a registration form for teams that wish to apply for a 2018 Travel Grant at the end of this week, please check back next week if you wish to apply for one.
Here’s the link to the Week 11 video from NASA on Dust Mitigation. Enjoy!