2016-2017 FTC Kickoff
2016 Purdue Boiler Bot Battle (B Cubed)
2016 New Year's Eve Ball Drop
2017 FRC Kick Off
The TechnoKats team handbook has been updated and can be found here:
The TechnoKats competed in the 2016 Indiana FIRST State Championships on April 14th thru April 16th.
The team completed qualifications ranked 4th of the 31 teams at the event.
In alliance selection the team was the 3rd Alliance Team Captain.
Our alliance selections were team 135 (Penn Robotics – The Black Knights) and team 3559 (Thundercats).
Playoff Match 4 saw our alliance win with a score of 182 – 169.
Playoff Match 7 saw our alliance lose with a score of 156 – 111.
Playoff Match 12 saw our alliance win with a score of 172 – 144.
Playoff Match 14 saw our alliance lose with a score of 186 – 120.
Playoff Match 16 saw our alliance lose with a score of 185 – 158.
The TechnoKats are headed to the 2016 FIRST Championship in St. Louis on April 27th – 30th.
The team finished the 2016 IndianaFirst State Championship ranked 7th in the state.
The team will be one of 11 Indiana teams going to St. Louis. The other 10 teams are:
Good luck to all of the teams!!
- August 30 – Kokomo Strong after Tornado
- August 8 – Summer Activities
- June 10 – TechnoKittens Camp
- May 26 – Demos
- May 16 – Seniors and Sponsor Recognition Dinner
- May 03 – World Championships @ St. Louis
- April 18 – Indiana State Championships @ Memorial Gym in Kokomo
- March 31 – Tippecanoe & Perry Too!!
The 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition season continued for the TechnoKats with the Indiana FIRST Perry Meridian District Event.
The team finished Qualifications with a record of 5-7 and a ranking of 24th. We were selected by the 2nd seed alliance, Team 1747 (Harrison Boiler Robotics) and Team 1024 (The Kil-A-Bytes), to be their 3rd robot.
Quarterfinal Match 1 saw our alliance put up the highest score for the state to date with a 201 point match. The alliance continued their winning ways thru the semifinals.
In the Finals we faced off against the 1st seed alliance, Team 71 (Team Hammond) and Team 1501 (Team THRUST) and Team 829 (Digital Goats), with our alliance pulling out the victory in 3 matches. Way to go Kats!
This was the second District event that these three teams were on the same alliance and took the District title with Tippecanoe being the first.
This year the TechnoKats Robotics Team is celebrating our 25th season of Robotics Competition!
To celebrate, we’re offering a special 25th season shirt that can be ordered at this website: stores.inksoft.com/technokats
Help the team celebrate their achievements!
All profits from the sale of shirts will support the team’s literacy fund, which will help provide STEM related books to the elementary school libraries. Please share this information with your friends and family.
Thank you for supporting the TechnoKats!
The 2016 FIRST Robotics Competition season kicked off for the TechnoKats with the Indiana FIRST Tippecanoe District Event.
The team finished Qualifications with a record of 7-5 and a ranking of 15th. We were selected by the 1st seed alliance, Team 1024 (The Kil-A-Bytes) and Team 1747 (Harrison Boiler Robotics), to be their 3rd robot.
Quarterfinal match 1 saw our alliance put up the highest score for the event with a 186 point match. The alliance continued their winning ways thru the semifinals.
In the Finals we faced off against the 3rd seed alliance, Team 1701 (RoboCubs) and Team 3940 (Cybertooth) and Team 3147 (Munster Horsepower), with our alliance pulling out the victory in 3 matches. Way to go Kats!
The team competed in the 7th annual C.A.G.E. Match at Southport High School in Indianapolis, IN.
This event primarily focuses on allowing rookie students and teams a chance to get a taste of what to expect when they compete in the coming FIRST FRC season.
The TechnoKats were selected on the 5th seeded alliance. The alliance was knocked out the competition in the first round of the eliminations.
The TechnoKats were represented with 13 students and 4 mentors along with several team alumni.
Thanks go to the CyberCards and Digital Goats for putting on the event!!