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Robotics & Drones

 

 

 

 

 
ROKENBOK OFFICIAL COMPETITIONS!
1st Place 2019 and 1st Place 2018!
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MAY 15, 2019
Good Shepherd Catholic School
 
SCIENCE ~ TECHNOLOGY ~ RELIGION ~ ARTS ~ MATHEMATICS
 
 
 
Rokenbok Team 8th Grade
Ana Sofia Velarde 
Ivan Ayala
Anais Gonzalez 
Valentina Jimenez  
 
Alternate/Support
Luis Carlos Gonzalez
Fabian Cazares
Isaac Flores
 
Rokenbok Team 6th Grade
Alondra Jimenez 
Aldo Curiel
Omar Castro
Santiago Vidal
 
Alternate/Support
Nicolas Chavez*
Alessandra Rael
 
Advanced Programmable Robotic Showcase"Ferris Wheel"
Fabian Cazares
Isaac Flores
 
3D Printer/Drones/Sphero Showcase
Andrea Bihouet
Claudia Renteria 
 
 
Parrot Bebop Drone Competition
May 29, 2019
St. Charles Catholic School Field
929 18th St, San Diego, CA 92154
 
Carpools Needed!
Must be CMG Approved
 
Study Site
Drones, Curriculum, Competition
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Robotics Teams 2018-2019
 
Team 8th Grade
Ana Sofia Velarde 
Carlos Figueroa
Anais Gonzalez 
Valentina Jimenez  
Alternate/Support
Luis Carlos Gonzalez
Ivan Ayala
 

Team 7th Grade

Andrea Garcia

Romina Sierra

Guillermo Ferguson

 Danae Oikawa

Alternate/Support

Isabella Perez

 
Team 6th Grade
Alondra Jimenez 
Aldo Curiel
Nicolas Chavez
Santiago Vidal
Alternate/Support
Omar Castro
Alessandra Rael
 
Team 5th Grade
Danna Ruiz
Valeria Castro
Sebastian Baig
Jose Oropeza
Alternate/Support
Angel Mendoza
 
Advanced Programmable Robotic Showcase
Fabian Cazares
Isaac Flores
 
3D Tinkercad/Printer Showcase
Andrea Bihouet
Claudia Renteria 
 
Approved Carpool Robotics Parents
Mr. Jimenez, Ms. Jimenez, Mr. Figueroa, Mrs. Garcia, 
Mrs. Oviedo, Mrs. Sierra, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. Gonzalez
(A new form slip will be required for each event)
 

 

 

 

 

 

TECH EXPO JANUARY 2019
1st Place Robotics Design and Concept
 
1st & 2nd Place Drone Code Programming
Claudia and Luis Carlos
 
Drone Team Pilots and Co-Pilots: UAS Flight Controlled
8th Grade Daniel Munoz, Emiliano Rincon, Eduardo Sanchez, Sebastian Manzo

 

Drone Propeller Direction

 

 
 
 
 
 
 4th Annual Robotics Competition
2018 Champions
1st Place OLMC 7th Grade
3rd Place OLMC 5th Grade
 
 
Approved Carpool Robotics Parents
Mr. Jimenez, Ms. Jimenez, Mrs. Garcia, 
Mrs. Oviedo, Mrs. Sierra, Mrs. Ferguson, 
(A new form slip will be required for each event)
 
 
 
MR = Rokenbok Mars Rover Robotic Competition
DP = Drone Piloted Competition
DC = Drone Coding Competition
VR = Virtual Reality Piloted Drone
3D Tinkercad
3D Printer Showcase
 
Ana Sofia Velarde DC
Claudia Renteria DC
Luis Carlos Gonzalez DC
Anais Gonzalez DC
 
Daniel Munoz DP
Carlos Figueroa DP
 
Jorge Montiel VR
Andrea Bihouet VR
 
Valentina Jimenez MR 
Fabian Cazares MR
Isaac Flores MR
Ivan Alaya MR
 
3D Design and 3D Printing Program
 
 
 
 
Rokenbok Education 
 
 
 
 
 
Arduino Circuit Board Projects 1-15
 
 
 
 
Parrot Mambo Drone Support
 
 

HOW TO UPDATE MY PARROT MAMBO VIA USB

Before connecting Parrot Mambo to your computer, make sure its battery is charged.

  1. Using a micro-USB cable, connect Parrot Mambo to your computer.
  1. Switch on your Parrot Mambo. The computer automatically detects the MiniDrone.
  1. Go to Parrot Mambo's support page and download the update file available in .plf format.
  1. Copy the .plf file in the Parrot_Mambodrive on the computer as if it were a USB stick. The file should be placed at the root of Parrot_Mambo. Do not put the file in a folder. Do not rename the file.
  1. Disconnect Parrot Mambo from your computer.

> Parrot Mambo is updating. The LEDs flash orange and Parrot Mambo restarts.

  1. Wait for the LED lights to start flashing green.

> The installation of the update is complete.

To check the update, connect your smartphone to the MiniDrone and open the FreeFlight Mini app. Press Mambo_xxxxxx. The version number of Parrot Mambo is shown in the Software Version.

 

 

STEM DAY PROJECTS

Pot of Gold: Drone Project 3rd-5th Grades

 

Objective:

Students will approach problem and apply coordinates, distance, height, metric units, micro seconds, right angles, clock and counter clockwise motion for programming drone in the mission of “Pot of Gold”

Student will be introduced to the problem of “wind turbulence physics” while hovering and landing drone

Students will use basic block coding on Tynker.com program to specific code for flight mission and transfer.

Students will be able to fly drones and deliver gold coins to “Pot of Gold.”

 

Procedure:

Students form groups of 4. (2 on code/controllers, 2 spotters/reporters)

Students open Tynker App on iPad, create new program applying all coordinates necessary into block coding for delivery of gold coins to “Pot of Gold”

Students discuss code for distance, angles, units then fix and adjust problems.

Work with group to collaborate ideas, critical thinking and problem solving skills to get to the “Pot of Gold”

 

Assignment:

How will your drone perform from the launch pad to landing pad destination “Pot of Gold” with your programmed code?

How does wind turbulence affect the drone in flight?

How will you adjust your programming code for a successful flight?

How close did your drone land near the target and why?

How many points can your team score?

Will your data and experience help others?

 

 

 

Standards: US Technology ISTE-NETS

1a. Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes

1b. Create original works as a means of personal or group expression

1c. Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues

  1. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making:

6d. Students use critical thinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources.

 

6d. Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies

 

 

Materials and Software required:

  1. Tynker App
  2. 8 iPads
  3. 8 drones
  4. 4 drone grippers
  5. 18 Rechargeable battery Cartridges (10-20 min life per cartridge)
  6. 8 sky controllers
  7. 4 custom landing pads
  8. 50 plastic gold coins
  9. Mars and Earth planets on landing pads
  10. Pot of gold and clovers on landing pads
  11. Large and open pace for flying drones safely
  12. Prizes for teams 1st, 2nd & 3rd place

 

 

 

 

 

Mission to Mars: Drone Project 6th-8th Grades

 

Objective:

Students will approach problem and apply coordinates, distance, height, metric units, micro seconds , right angles, clock and counter clockwise motion for programming drone in the “Mission to Mars”

Student will be introduced to the problem of “wind turbulence physics” while hovering and landing drone

Students will use basic block coding on Tynker.com and adjust code to accomplish mission.

Students will fly drones to transport astronauts to Mars.

 

Procedure:

Students form groups of 4. (2 on code/controllers, 2 spotters/reporters)

Students open Tynker App on iPad, create new program applying all coordinates necessary into block coding for transporting astronauts to Mars.

Students discuss code for distance, angles, units then fix and adjust problems.

Work with group to collaborate ideas, critical thinking and problem solving skills to accomplish the “Mission to Mars”

 

Assignment:

How will your drone perform from the launch pad to landing pad destination “Mission to Mars” with your programmed code?

How does wind turbulence affect the drone in flight?

How will you adjust your programming code for a successful flight?

How many points can your team score?

Will your data and experience help others?

 

Standards: US Technology ISTE-NETS

 

1a. Apply existing knowledge to generate new ideas, products, or processes

1b. Create original works as a means of personal or group expression

1c. Use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues

  1. Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Decision Making:

6 d. Students use critical thinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources.

6 d. Transfer current knowledge to learning of new technologies

 

 

Materials and Software required:

Tynker App

8 iPads

8 drones

4 drone grippers

18 Rechargeable battery Cartridges (10-20 min life per cartridge)

8 sky controllers

4 custom landing pads

50 plastic gold coins

Mars and Earth planets on landing pads

Pot of gold and clovers on landing pads

Large and open pace for flying drones safely

Prizes for teams 1st, 2nd & 3rd places