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What a Business/Marketing Team Does — 11:00am-12:00pm — Room 403
Join the Business Team for Error Code Xero (FRC 1425) to learn more about funding, outreach, business systems and other tasks that support and share the FIRST Robotics mission. Space is limited. Sign-up is required.
AutoDesk CAD and Synthesis Demonstration — 11:00am-3:30pm — Room 201
Representatives from AutoDesk will cover their CAD programs Inventor and Fusion 360 and their simulation program Synthesis. This is an open-door demonstration. Sign-up is NOT required.
City Synth Pi-Based Camera Demonstration — 12:00pm-1:00pm — Room 301
Jon Bellona with Harmonic Labs will demonstrate the Raspberry Pi-based streaming used in the Mozilla City Synth project. This is an open-door demonstration. Sign-up is NOT required.
Building an Image Recognition Model — 12:00pm-1:00pm — Room 401
David Wilkins, an instructor with Computer Sciences University of Oregon, will work with attendees to build a simple but powerful image recognition model using Python. Attendees should have some programming experience, and will need a computer. Space is limited. Sign-up is required.</h3>
Bridging Gender Gaps in STEM — 1:30pm-2:30pm — Room 301
Brandy Todd with University of Oregon SPICE, a program that helps girls thrive in STEM, will discuss best practices aimed at achieving this goal. Space is limited. Sign-up is required.
Where’s My Bot? Using LiDAR/SLAM in Robotics — 1:30pm-2:30pm — Room 401
Andrew Dassonville, programming lead with SERT (FRC 2521) will discuss and demonstrate how Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) works, and its applications for FRC and FTC robots. Space is limited. Sign-up is required.
Stop the Bleed — 2:30pm-4:30pm — Room 401
Nathan J. Kunase with the Eugene Fire Department will provide life-saving information on how to stop hemorrhaging while waiting for EMTs to arrive. This workshop is for Teachers, Mentors, or Coaches only. Space is limited. Sign-up is required.
Integrating STEM Clubs and Activities into Curriculum — 3:30pm-4:30pm — Room 202
This panel will investigate how STEM skills developed by robotics students can be recognized in their schools. Why is it beneficial for both schools and students to recognize, and even include these “outside” skills into classrooms? What are the potential benefits to other students, and what resources/practices do schools/clubs/activities need to further the integration.