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FIRST became aware of Tableau when students from Raisbeck Aviation High School in Washington State began using the software to analyze their "scouting" data, a mix of qualitative and quantitative data collected about their robots used in the FIRST Robotics Competition.
For more information on the Gates Corporation sponsorship of the FIRST Robotics Competition, visit www.
The FIRST Robotics Competition teams professionals and young people to solve an engineering design problem in an intense and competitive way.
Competitions are designed for various age groups to include FIRST Robotics Competition and FIRST Tech Challenge (high school ages), FIRST LEGO League (ages 9-14), and Junior FIRST LEGO League (ages 6-9).
The FIRST Robotics Competition draws teams from every state, as well as from Brazil, Canada, Ecuador, Israel, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
To find FIRST Robotics Competition events and/or teams in your area, visit www.
Through this initiative, the energy industry has developed a program to encourage students to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by supporting the FIRST Robotics Competition and FIRST Tech Challenge.
The FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) high-school teams have just six weeks to solve the season s assigned problem, using the same kit of parts and a standard set of rules.
HONORS AND AWARDS: 2014 Outstanding Vocational Student; highest ranking Center for Technical Education Innovation student; 2014 Outstanding CTEi Senior in drafting; American Legion Boys State of Massachusetts at Stonehill College, Grade 11; Robotics team, first place in FIRST Robotics competition at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Grade 10.
By increasing its level of support, BAE becomes a "Strategic Partner" of FIRST, and the largest corporate contributor to the FIRST robotics competition.
An all-girls robotics team from International High School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, recently competed at the Oakland County Competitive Robotics Association at Lawrence Technological University and planned to participate in the 2006 FIRST Robotics Competition.
The team qualified for the FIRST Robotics Competition by winning a ``rookie all-star'' award at a regional contest in Las Vegas.