INSPIRE. ENGAGE. ENCOURAGE. EMPOWER
We are a community competitive robotics team made up of 7th - 11th graders from the Greater Danbury Connecticut area, including New York.
We are all about diversity, inclusion, inspiration, empowerment and innovation. Our primary motto, ‘Age Quod Agis ..... Do well whatever you do... Aspire to be the G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Time) all time) guides us as we strive towards our mission of ‘STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) for Everyone, Everywhere!
We accomplish this through our participation in FIRST robotics programs. See link below to learn more about FIRST.
To learn more about Our Mission, Our Vision, Our Methodology, Our History, Our Team, Our Initiatives.
Please go to the About Us Page
IDEA. DESIGN. CREATE. COMPETE. INSPIRE
The primary goal of the Engineering Department is to Design, Build and Program a Competitive Robot that is Effective and Efficient on the field and is capable of consistently completing missions in autonomous, driver controlled and end game sections of the competition,
in every match,
Additionally, In furtherance of our mission and vision statements, the Engineering Department also plans to build mini-bots to use at community service and outreach events.
Through hands on interactive community participation, our objective is to demonstrate how fun robotics can be with the goal of Inspiring and Engaging others to participate.
To learn more about the Engineering Department's Initiatives Please go to the Engineering Page
Community Service &Outreach
MOTIVATE. DEMONSTRATE. EDUCATE. INITIATE
We are committed to being actively involved in the community in order to Inspire and Engage Everyone Everywhere including kids, females, minorities and others with different abilities to get involved in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) through participation in robotics.
As such, we participate in at least one community service and outreach event every month.
We look to diversify our team and be living examples of diversity and inclusion, which we hope demonstrates that robotics is a sport that anyone can participate in.
To learn more about our Outreach Events, Impact and our Local and Global Initiatives.
Please go to the Outreach Page