Team 610: The Crescent Coyotes
FRC Team 610 is a student led high school robotics team from Crescent School in Toronto, Ontario. For eleven years, the team has competed in the FIRST Robotics Competition, as one of the original teams in Canada. Our involvement in the program has grown over the years to include the FIRST Lego League and VEX Robotics.
2013 WORLD CHAMPIONS
“The Theory of the Texan Coyotes”
Team 610 is proud to announce that we are the 2013 World Champions. We could not have done it without the help of our alliance teams, 1241 and 1477. Click below to view the full congratulatory letter from Premiere Kathleen Wynne.
Team 610: The Coyotes
Team 1241: THEORY6
Team 1477: Texas Torque
Crescent School’s robotics program started in 2000 when the school competed in a Canadian robotics program named Canada FIRST which was…
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Design Release on FRC Designs
We recently released our design on FRC-Designs. Click below to view!
FIRST Robotics Competition 2016 Game
FIRST STRONGHOLD is played on a 27 ft. by 54 ft. field. Each alliance commands one tower, five defenses, and a ‘secret passage’ which allows their robots to restock on ammunition, called boulders. One defense in each alliance’s set of five, the low bar, is a permanent part of the field. Three defenses are selected strategically by the alliance prior to the start of their match. The final defense changes periodically by audience selection. Each FIRST STRONGHOLD match begins with a 15-second autonomous period in which robots operate independently of human control. During this period, robots attempt to cross opposing defenses and score in the opposing tower. During the remaining 2 minutes and 15 seconds of the match, called the teleop period, robots are controlled by student drivers from behind their castle wall at the end of the field. Teams on an alliance work together to cross defenses, weaken the opposing tower by scoring boulders in it, and finally surround, scale and capture the tower. Read more about the game here.View Page
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