Lancers Prep for Robo-Joust

The Lancers are currently prepping the venue and their robot for the Robo-Joust Qualifier.

RobotJoust

Lancers Win Design at the Liberty Science Center Qualifier!

On Saturday, January 5th, 2019, the Lancers attended the Liberty Science Center Qualifier. There, they won the Design award and were nominated for the Connect award and Think award

RobotJoust

Lancers Win Connect Award at RobotJoust!

On Sunday, December 9th, 2018, the Lancers attended the RoboJoust Qualifier, which the Lancers also hosted. There, they won the Connect Award, which is focused around outreach and giving back to the STEM community.

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Lancers Win Inspire at RobotJoust! Testing Testing 123

On Sunday, December 10th, 2017, the Lancers attended the RoboJoust Qualifier, which the Lancers also hosted. There, they were nominated for the Control award, Motivate award, Connect award, Innovate award, and Think award. Furthermore, they placed 2nd place in the Robot game, and won 1st place Inspire and qualified for the State Championships.

RobotJoust

Lancers Bring Home Think Award!

The Lancers travelled to St. Louis for The East World Championship where they were able to bring back the Think Award for best engineering notebook for the 3rd year in a row!

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Lancers Are Going to St. Louis!

On March 17th-19th, 2017, the Lancers competed in the East Super Regionals. There they were nominated for the Think award qualifying them for the East World Championship in St. Louis.

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THE GOAL

FTC is designed for students in grades 7-12 to compete head to head, using a sports model. Teams are responsible for designing, building, and programming their robots to compete in an alliance format against other teams.

Relic Recovery

The FTC 2018-19 Game is Rover Ruckus. The challenge features 60 Silver Minerals and 90 Gold Minerals, and team supplied Team Marker. There are two alliance-neutral craters that contain minerals and two alliance-specific depots. In front of each corner is a Mineral Sampling Field with 2 Silver Minerals and 1 Gold Mineral that are randomly lined up. Throughout the game (first 2 minutes and 30 seconds), points can be scored by lowering the robot from the lander, identifying the Gold Mineral in the Mineral Sampling Field, placing the team marker into the depot, and placing minerals into the alliance’s Cargo Holds and Depot. In the End Game (final 30 seconds), points can also be scored by latching back onto the lander or parking in any crater.

FTC #3415

Every year, team 3415 Livingston Lancer Robotics competes in the anually-changing FTC game. For many years, we have honed in on our skills; we design, build, and program a robot to fulfill the tasks put forth by the FIRST Tech Challenge!

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Who are we?

We are high school students developing robots and promoting STEM.

On the Livingston Lancers robotics team, all team members can participate in building and programming the robot, along with participating in competitions. We are known globally for our documentation skills which helped us win the Think Award at the FTC World Championship three times in a row (in 2015, 2016, and 2017).

We are an FTC team, proudly hailing from Livingston, New Jersey. We have competed in FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) since the '07-'08 season. Gracious professionalism and teamwork are core values of FTC and our team. We also value individual growth; rather than just building a robot, we also build people.

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