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System Overload Robotics of Tri-Valley Hosts Spring Open House for High School Students | Schools/Education

System Overload Robotics has announced its Spring Open House to share STEM-related educational and team activities for high school youth throughout the Tri-Valley region.

On Saturday, June 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the organization will provide presentations and hands-on activities for the community and potential team members and mentors from the Livermore Airport Conference Room ( 680 Terminal Circle, in Livermore) and then transitioning to its studio space where several exhibitions will be presented and opportunities to join the team discussed.

“This team is truly an example of how perseverance pays off in technical and leadership success,” Boy Scouts of America Explorer team advisor Dr. Phillip Weiss told Post. “This team has worked together through numerous meetings and workshops to build skills in many STEM and business-related areas. Students and mentors dedicate hundreds of hours to succeed at this level. System Overload Robotics and our sponsor , Robot Garden, are proud to represent Livermore and the Tri-Valley community in leading STEM education efforts for our youth.

System Overload Robotics (FIRST Robotics Competition Team #6059) is comprised of 25 students and mentors from across the Tri-Valley region. Licensed by the local Robot Garden makerspace community, the team meets year-round but only has eight weeks to design, build and test a robot that multi-tasks using all the programming and manufacturing skills of the robot. ‘crew. Not only do students design a robot, but they also learn skills in project management, math, marketing, leadership, and computer-aided design (CAD).

In 2022, System Overload Robotics successfully participated in two regional competitions and qualified for the quarter-finals of the Monterey Bay regional competition in April.