Our team main goal, is to make a difference and inspire most communities and people we can reach around the world.
We would like to expose you to the amazing connection between us and teams Brazilian Storm FRC and FRC #1382 from São Paulo, Brazil.
From the first beginning, team 1382 was one of the the first teams who joined our "Community FIRST" day 2017.
Then, we started the English Program for the team. Where we taught them words and phrases about FIRST, Sponsors and Community.
During the program, the team mentor Leo told us they have problems with opening their new rookie team 6404. We jumped on the opportunity to help in anything we can.
So, we started our journey with helping them raise money for the team opening by translating emails to English and finding places which was willing to help.
Then, the brand new rookie team joined our Community FIRST day as well. And started their community involvement with the project.
During the building season, FLL and districts competitions, we stayed in touch, helped the teams translating the FIRST manual and writing the Chairmans award assay. We even got a surprising Happy Birthday video!
We would like to congratulate team 6404 for winning the "Rookie All Star" award and wish good luck to team 1382 in their competitions! We love you!
We hope we will collaborate with even more teams around the world! The power is bigger together!
District 3 behind us and we are still very excited from all the madness!
After hard and arduous work, we reached to be the captain of the eighth alliance!
In addition, we won the Quality Award, a prize given on a quality, modular robot that can handle all challenges in the game. We were particularly excited when the judges said that we had turned our city into a "robotic research center" - amazing!
We want to thank our amazing alliance, together we reached the quarterfinals with the highest score in the country of 395 points! Ha-Dream Team # 3075 FRC Trigon 5990.
We would like to thank all the teams who took part in these two amazing competitions, the volunteers and the First Israel team, who set up the competitions in an exceptional way! Special thanks to the mentors, engineers, and of course our sponsors for the support all the way!
See you in the final!
After a particularly crazy week, it's time to write a few words about two special days we've been through - the finals of the FLL and FTC competitions!
After a long period of time, hard work and fun together our four FLL teams and our FTC team that we serve as Mentor assistants, we were able to achieve amazing achievements and no less important for the unforgettable experience!
Team 590 "All Stars" - won the 3rd place championship and finished first in the robot games in the first finals, and will be privileged to represent Israel in the international competition in England!
Team 1068 "Kakadu" - won the 4th place championship in the second finals, and the "Inspiration" award and will also represent Israel in the international competition in England!
Great honor also comes to the 900 "Tik Tak" team and the "RoboTeam 901" team for getting to the national finalists - you are amazing!
FTC Atomix # 11443 won the Motivation Award! And reached the semi-finals, so proud!
A special prize was given to our head mentor, who coordinates all the teams in school and in the city - Etty itzhak, the only one who won this year's FIRST Volunteer Award! Etty, you are a source of inspiration and a role model for all of us, it's all because of you!
we enjoyed to volunteer during the finels!
we are so proud in our school and in our city!
our first District competition it was amazing!
After two amazing days (and very Exhausting) we are excited to share with you that we won the "Engineering Inspiration Award" and "Safety Award" !!
In addition, thanks to our amazing alliance: Alliance # 3, Vulcan # 3835 The Poros # 5554 that we reached with them to the semi-finals!
We would like to thank our amazing mentors, the envelope staff, the school principal for the great love and support, for the dear parents who support us along and for our amazing sponsors, without you we would not have reached to where we are today!
we love you !
We are proud to present our robot for the 2017 season - BOLT ⚡️️!22.2.2017
Six and a half weeks had passed since the kick-off, who would have believed it?
45 days in which we worked non-stop until the new member joined the family - BOLT!
We enjoyed the period, thanks to the partners in the amazing journey that we are going through here. It's time to say thank you!
Before all, a huge thanks for our main mentor - Etti Yitzhak! You are the heart of the team, it goes without saying that beyond the construction season. The amount of hours that you stayed with us is not obvious, thank you!
Our mentors from the Nuclear Research Center - Arnon, Nissim, Uri, Ofer, Guy, Danny, Maor, Itai and Liran have long been more than mentors for us. They are our role models and source of inspiration that guide us to reach as far as possible and break boundaries from season to season.
For our amazing mentor Maxim who joined us this season and has been helping us in any way.
To our sponsors - who are with us every step of the way, and believe in us in everything we do. You are unique, we have no words to describe the amount of appreciation and love to you, amazing!
Our parents - beyond that they agreed that we leave the house for six and a half weeks - spoiled us every day with an amazing meal and came last night to celebrate the last hours of the construction season.
to our School Director who helped us with anything we wanted, helped us overcome obstacles, participated in the entire construction process and visited us at the workshop every night - there is no one like you!
To Rotem Cohen Director of the University. Thank you very much for your support and faith in us over the years.
To our workshop team - Aliza and Dora - who were there for us at all times and without you we would not have succeeded in reaching our goals!
And to the management team and the teachers - who gave us the opportunity to meet the goals and times we set for ourselves and came to visit over the period.
Maybe the construction season is over, but the SteamWorks season has just started!
We are proud and excited to announce that we won the national poster competition for the transition to Distrits!
Our poster, together with the two posters of the teams from the Green Village and Eilat, will be printed and displayed in the various FRC competitions, honor! Thank you all!
Fifth week of the season. Especially busy!
At the beginning of the week, we have met with MR. Yochanan Locker, the chairman of ICL, for a meeting where we presented him with the various robotics programs in the city in general and at our school in particular.
Yesterday, we hosted and volunteered at FIRST Tech Challenge Israel's most recent training competition with our FTC team, #Atomix 11443 !
In the competition, we volunteered as court judges, general volunteers and MC. We had the honor to host all the teams that came to us from all over the country!
Thank you to Or Daniel, Director of the FTC program in Israel, to Eli Barak, Director of the FTC and FRC programs, and to Yaarit Levy, the CEO of FIRST Israel for the privilege of hosting this competition!
And of course we will not forget to thank Avihu Ben-Nun, the FIRST chairman of Israel who came and took part in the event, it's always exciting to meet someone like you!
We are working energetically towards the end of the season, a successful season to everyone !
Allow us tell you about our crazy two days!
Yesterday, we volunteered as court judges, facilitators and general volunteers in the ninth regional FLL competition in Be'er Sheva.
In addition, Team 901, which is mentored by Roni and Tahal from our team, won the performance of Robot first place and qualified for the national finals! Amazing!
Throughout the day of the competition we marked the Israeli Space Week - we prepared a quiz on the space journey of the first Israeli astronaut in the space of Ilan Ramon, blessed memory, and presented a photographic position and distributed inspiring quotes to all the participants in the competition.
Today, we continued volunteering in the last regional FLL competition in Be'er Sheva. Even today, our FLL team has qualified for the national finals, this time it's the 900 team, that mentored by Ziv and May our team members! Beyond that, they won an innovative solution award in first place, well done!
We are proud and excited to say that this is the third consecutive year that all four teams of our school qualify for the national finals! We are full of pride in our next generation!
We would like to thank all the judges, court judges and volunteers who took part in the competitions.
The fourth weekend, and we are already preparing for the FTC competition that we will be hosting next week in Dimona together with our FTC team #ATOMIX it will be fun!
week 4 to SteamWorks Season !
today we had the honor to say goodbye to a spcial person for us and for all the robotics teams in our town.
Mr. Moshe Nahum, who served as head of the Education Administration for the past 28 years. Moshe believed in robotics and promoted science and technology with all his heart, and did everything for the children of the robotics in Dimona!
In addition, while working almost continuously on the robot together with our amazing engineers, and just before the integration stage we continued to volunteer in FLL competitions! The FLL group from the "Begin" elementary school in Dimona, which mentored by Habib Biton, a member of the team, won the inspiration award and made it to the national finals! Kakadu 1068 from our school, which is also mentored by group members Natay Ladani and Nir Himi, also qualified for the finals at Heichal Shlomo In Tel Aviv!
The competitions were accompanied by members of the group and the robotics community of the school who served as court judges and general volunteers. On this occasion we wish the FLL 900 school teams and 901 lots of success in competitions this week!
As part of the Israeli Space Week, the children of the “Zayit” kindergarten from Dimona came to us for a space and astronomy activity in cooperation with YouNiversity, which accompanies us daily. There is no age too young to learn science and technology!
In addition, a group of families from the Nevatim base, who were interested in the robotics programs at our school, came to visit us for a short visit.
Keep working with full force.
week 3 have started !
last week may, our team member has volunteered as a MC in the FTC competition in Karmiel. Well done to our FTC team Atomix # 11443 who made to the semifinals!
Also yesterday, we volunteered as a court judges, facilitator and general volunteer in the FLL competition in Jerusalem. We are proud of our amazing Fll team 590, which reached first place in the performance of the robot, won a professional award in first place as well, and reached the national finals! Congratulations to our teammates, Nir and Daniel, who are mantor the team for the third year.
Meanwhile, we are keep working around the clock with our amazing engineers on the robot for the competitions !
Today we gathered with our amazing engineers for an analysis marathon of this year’s Steamworks game challenge, and we have determined our Strategy for this year’s game.
moreover, during the meeting we honored them with a small gift to kick off the new 2017 season.
Also, we met with FRC manager in israel - Raanan the Haas, we are happy to meet you at any time.