The 2017 FRC FIRST STEAMWORKS Western Canada Regional is April 6-8 at the University of Calgary Olympic Oval. Join us as we welcome high school robotics teams from Austalia, China, Poland, Turkey, Mexico, the USA, and Canada as they compete for robotics glory!
For full details about the event including the daily event schedule, click the link below:
2017 FRC Western Canada Regional Info
(Please Note: to access the livestream you will need to sign up for a free account or login with your Facebook account.)
Crown Cup Schedule
|Registration begins 7am – 8am||7:00am – 8:00am||All teams sign in, pay fee’s, and move to designated pit area|
|Team Welcome in Pits 8am – 8:15||8:00am – 8:15am||Director welcomes team and provides brief instructions|
|Practice tables open 8:30am-3pm||8:30am – 3 pm||Teams must schedule practice rounds with pit supervisor|
|Judging 8:30am to 2pm||8:30am – 2:00pm||Core Values, Report, and Robot Design in Classrooms by Competition Fields.|
|Performance rounds 10am-2:15||10:00am – 2:15pm||On field competitions|
|Lunch 12:00 12:30||12:00pm – 12:30pm||Lunch Break for Volunteers. Teams lunch according to their schedule|
|Guest Speakers 3:00 – 4pm||3:00pm – 4:00pm||All teams meet in EAST Atrium for Brian Keating’s talk|
|Closing and Awards Presentations 4 – 4:30||4:00pm – 4:30pm|
7am… Doors open SAIT ALDRED Centre outside room CA119
8am… Introduction and Opening Remarks
8:30am… Beginning of Kickoff Broadcast from FIRST
9:30am… Kit distribution and checkoff
10am… Teams break off into IDEA rooms for strategy meetings
11 am… Closing remarks
12pm-4pm… classrooms open to teams for informal strategy sessions and team planning. ( optional ) Note: First senior mentors and experts will be available for questions and support during this time
12 am SAIT RI3D begins and continues for three days
Did you see that?
Seems that the Alberta Youth Robotics Society cancelled the Calgary FLL competition run by your FIRST Robotics Society.
You probably planned on attending. Well, so did we… and we already booked a GREAT venue, the sound system, volunteers and a whole bunch of FLL tables.
So we figured if we have all this ready, why not compete?
That’s right, GAME ON!
FIRST Robotics Society Western Canada has announced the Canada Crown Cup FLL tournament in Calgary, which you can read all about here!
You and your FLL team are hereby invited to participate in the FLL Crown Cup of Canada competition, presented by FIRST Robotics Society of Western Canada and the same incredible volunteers that have made FLL dreams come true for years.
Same place, same time. No need to adjust your calendar, no need to make new field trip forms! Already have a hotel reservation? Keep it! Booked a bus? Yellow or silver, no need for a new map for the driver.
Crown Cup of Canada FLL Competition
Southern Alberta Institute of Technology
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
February 25, 2017
Open to all teams from anywhere
Tournament fee: $100/team
Tournament registration opens at 3:00 p.m. MST December 1, 2016 at http://frcwest.com/crown-cup-of-canada-registration/
Register now, limited spots available!
Come out and see us at Beakerhead in Calgary!
Beakerhead is a mash-up of events all promoting science, technology, math and engineering, with exciting demos from Sep 14-18 2016. Take a look at the official event page, and make sure to visit our own robot demos…
Drag Racing Robots Stephen’s Ave (Sept 14-16, 4-6pm)
See competition robots speed down the avenue in this furious one-on-one race to win the coveted mini-cup!
Robot Competition by Night Bridgeland (Sept 17, 7pm-11pm)
See a full FRC level robot competition played in the dark, with robots all aglow!
Mars Replica Rover Birthday Party Fort Calgary (Sept 18, 12pm-1pm)
See a replica of the Mars lander navigate the sandbox, while other robots try their best at a game of soccer.