RoboDawgs are high school students who design, build, and program robots to compete in robotics competitions.
Starting with a piece of paper and a writing utensil, our team knows the first step in the competition is to document the design on paper. Once the design is approved, we can build a parts list and submit a parts request. Then, we can build…
Metal fastened together is only part of the solution. We have to program our robots to move with a controller one of our drive team members controls, but also during autonomous parts of the competition where the driver has no control of the robot.
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Looking for elementary or middle school robotics? Check out Grandville Robotics at www.grandvillerobotics.org