CHARGE ROBOTICS TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2024 | FRC Game: Crescendo

FMA District Seneca Event

2023 | FRC Game: Charged Up

FMA District Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Event 

FMA District Seneca Event

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Charge Robotics believes in maintaining an inclusive environment by emphasizing Gracious Professionalism and a warm team spirit. Our goal is to foster a hard-working team culture and develop problem-solving skills within aspects of engineering and real life alike.


We actively promote the exploration and cultivation of students' profound passion for engineering by immersing them in the exciting realm of robotics competitions. We aim to ignite a flame of curiosity, guiding students to delve deeper into the intricacies of robot design, programming, and problem-solving. Through these experiences, they can not only excel in competitions but also develop valuable skills that extend beyond the robotics arena, shaping their future as versatile and capable engineers. We are also involved in programs that promote and raise awareness of the growing tech industry among younger students. 


Charge Robotics believes in maintaining an inclusive environment by emphasizing Gracious Professionalism and a warm team spirit. We aim to foster a hard-working team culture and develop problem-solving skills within aspects of engineering and real life. We strive to empower individuals from diverse backgrounds, encouraging collaboration and embracing unique perspectives to drive innovation. At Charge Robotics, we are committed to not only building exceptional robots but also nurturing a community where everyone can thrive and contribute to the exciting journey of exploration and discovery.

Design and Fabrication (DAF)  is responsible for the design and build process of the robot. After developing goals for the robot, DAF creates a digital model of the prospective robot using a CAD (Computer Aided Design) software called OnShape. Once the CAD is finished, fabrication begins. DAF is also responsible for the electrical aspects of the robot, and works alongside the Software Department to ensure the robot is competition ready. 

Software is responsible for developing the code for the robot using command-based Java. the Software department enables the robot to move and score in both the Autonomous and TeleOp parts of a match. 

The Business and Marketing Department (BAM) establishes the team within FIRST and its community. BAM organizes community events, creates graphics and marketing materials, contacts sponsors, and applies for competition awards. BAM is also responsible for consistent social media and website updates.