Lake Orion High School along with our many corporate sponsors and mentors support Team 302. Students learn new technology to enable them to achieve the impossible. Students work with mentors to learn and develop skills that prepare them for what's ahead and the professionalism that they must know to achieve a high goal in the engineering and business world. Our team has two main programs: the Year 1 Program and the Varsity Program.
This year has been a historic year for 302. We set many exciting team records this year, such as being selected for our field finals at state, winning our qualifying field at worlds, and even being the runner up on the Einstein field! We have also won other awards at qualifying events, like the Excellence in Engineering Award, and an Entrepreneurship award. We also won the Entrepreneurship award at states. Over the summer we will be working on a few projects such as, building a t-shirt cannon, updating the new shooter on our practice robot, upgrading the competition robot, and adding vision to our robot. We hope that our summer projects will help us to have next season be as successful as the last.
Students in 4 groups (electrical, fabrication, CAD, software) worked on the year 1 robot. Our goal was to defeat varsity‚Äôs robot from last year. The first year students had to use their robot to out score the varsity teams robot in a game called ping pong pandamonium. In the game, the students had to shoot ping pong balls from a small robot into a target on the wall to score points.
Team 302 promotes Science, Technology and Math (STEM) by participating in local school and community functions as well as at various sponsor events.
The CAD team is responcible for designing the robot on the computer, before we build it.
The FAB team builds the physical robot. They take the designs from the CAD team and ake them a reality.
The Electrical team organizes and creates the wires and electrical circuits for the robot.
The Software team is responsible for programming the code that makes the robot function.
This team is responsible for writing and producing the various award submissions such as Chairmens video.
This team is responsible for getting team sponsors as well as for promoting the team in the community.
This team is responsible ensuring the parts and materials needed purchased and tracked against the budget.
This team is responsible for the teams web and social media presence. It also maintains the back office functionality like team distribution lists.
This team is responsible for PIT scouting and match scouting. This data is used for match strategy as well as for generating pick lists for the elimination rounds of competitions.
This team is responsible for maintaining the robot at competitions.
This team is responsible for driving the robot during the competition.
This is really everyone, but there is a group responsible for coordinating the positive cheers for our team and our alliance.