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Robotics

 
TECH EXPO
Wednesday, January 30, 2019 St. Rose School
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
 
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)
 
 
 
Updated rules
    • Details of this Tech Expo Competition

      Material Requirements:

      1. Robotics: Engineering Pathways Mobile STEM Lab

      2. Drone: Parrot Drone (programming Tynker on iPad )

      Robotics Challenge:

      Robot Creativity: Build a Mars Rover with a grappler or scooper.

      Robot Mission: To pick up 10 spheres from a crater and deliver it to the spaceport in record time

      1. Specifications for the Robotics Challenge
        • You can build up to three mars rover with a grappler or a scooper using your Rokenbok materials. (Be Creative)
        • Obstacle dimensions
          • Rocks: 4 inches
          • Spaceport: small box (cover of shoe box)
          • Bumps: about ¼ inch
          • Cylinder roller: 1 inch x 1 foot (towel roll)
          • Crater: 2 inch ramp with 1-inch bowl
        • Distance to the crater about 6 feet away
        • Spaceport will be provided

          Rules:
        • Object of the challenge: Fastest time to pick-up 10 spheres into their spaceport wins
        • Switching of Rover: if your rover is broken or unmovable, you must have 1 student carefully pick up the rover and bring it to their station before you release your backup rover. Failure to do this will result in a 10 sec penalty.

      Drone Challenge:

      Programmed Mission: Program drones in Tynker to remotely fly it from point A to point B (must perform 1 aerial acrobatics)

      Note: More details will be emailed to you.

      Competition Entry: Maximum two teams per school only (1 team of 4 students)

      Awards for Robotics:

      Creativity: Best Rover

      Challenge: Best time

      Awards of Drones:

      Challenge: Closest to the landing pad.

 
 
 
Original rules 
 

Details of this Tech Expo Competition

 

Material Requirements:

1. Robotics: Engineering Pathways Mobile STEM Lab

 

2. Drone: Parrot Drone with VR and grappler (programming Tynker on iPad )

 

Robotics Challenge:

Robot Creativity: Build a Mars Rover with a grappler & build a spaceport with a storage bin

Robot Mission: To pick up 10 spheres from a crater and deliver it to the spaceport in record time

 

*Drone Challenge:

Programmed Mission: Program drones in Tynker to remotely fly it from point A to point B (must perform 1 aerial acrobatics)

Manual Mission: Manually fly the drones to pick up a sphere, shoot a target and deliver it to its destination.

Drone Racing: Race drones and fly through obstacles in record time

Note: More details will be emailed to you.

 

Competition Entry: Maximum four teams per school only (1 team of 4 students)

 

*Drone Racing Advanced

Object is to successfully navigate the course 3 times without hitting any of the obstacles

• Each team gets 2 attempts

• Teams have 5 mins to complete challenge

• Failure to navigate an obstacle will result in a 5-second penalty for each obstacle missed or hit

• Teams can use same or multiple pilots for the Drone Racing Challenge

 

 

Drone Propeller Direction

 
 
Qualifying Drone Pilots for January 30, 2019 Drone Competition
Currently Qualified:
8th Grade Eliam Barajas
6th Grade: Mia Lopez
 
Robotics Teams 2018-2019
 
Team 8th Grade
Ana Sofia Velarde 
Carlos Figueroa
Anais Gonzalez 
Valentina Jimenez  
Alternate/Support
Luis Carlos Gonzalez 
 

Team 7th Grade

Andrea Garcia

Romina Sierra

Guillermo Ferguson

 Danae Oikawa

Alternate/Support

Isabella Perez

 
Team 6th Grade
Alondra Jimenez 
Diego Avelar
Nicolas Chavez
Santiago Vidal
Alternate/Support
Aldo Curiel
Jacob Valdez
 
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
 
 
 4th Annual Robotics Competition
2018 Champions
1st Place OLMC 7th Grade
3rd Place OLMC 5th Grade
 
 
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)
 
3D Design and 3D Printing Program
 
 
 
 
Rokenbok Education 
 
 
 
 
 
Arduino Circuit Board Projects 1-15
 
 
 
 
 
 

HOW TO UPDATE MY PARROT MAMBO

VIA USB

 

*NB: 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.