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  • What is Davison Robotics?
    Davison Robotics is not a club or a group of kids getting together to horse around. Davison Robotics is a team of kids of all ages focused on learning Engineering skills that will help them build a successful future. 

  • July 2019 Newsletter


    Issue #22
    July 2019
    You can’t pick the hand you’re dealt, but you can choose how you play your cards!
    The off season competition held at Lapeer Center for Innovation occured the 19th and 20th of July. Andrew Meikle and Emillee Lane, members of the Davison Robotics team, controlled the robot with the record of 7 wins and 5 loses, finishing in 6th place out of 32 teams. 
    The students who participated at this event were ecstatic at how well we all did. 

    "Driving at a competition was a whole new experience at robotics. The fear I had was completely subsided when I got up to the controls. The rush of the game and excitement of everyone surrounding me made everything worthwild." -Emillee Lane, Class of 2020
    Kettering Leadership Camp
    "Over the course of three days students from around Michigan participated in team building activities and listed to presentations from Kettering staff and professors. Juniors Caleb Eicher and Andrew Meikle, and senior Sydney Hardesty learned how to be leaders on their FIRST team and their community by gaining skills like networking, problem solving, and conflict resolution. Activites ranged from someone in the group being from someone in the group being blindfolded and othrs having to lead them through an obstacle course to groups being divided for assembly lines. Our students learned valuable leassons that they are already planning to take back to their team to improve processes and advance student leadership." - Sydney Hardesty, Class of 2020

    Student of the Month
    Linda Renner has been involved in robotics for the last 9 years because her father is a mentor on the highschool team. At Robo-Con, she was the technician and did a fantastic job for it being her first time. 


    Members from the FTC team attended Robo-Con to teach older and younger participants how to drive their robot. 
    "I had a fabulous time. It was cool to learn how to drive our robot while teaching otyhers how to drive it as well. I also really enjoyed working with kids. The vendors in the lobby also had a ton of neat stuff. My favorite was the U of M table. It was a great day filled with a lot of cool stuff." - Rose Johnson, Class of 20

    7th Grade
    Student of the Month 

    Morgan Ballant says that she has taken this opportunity to make new friends through the team work shown . She likes robotics because it allows her to do maintenance on the robot as well as drive it. For the futrure Morgan wants to persue an engineering dagree at Kettering. 

    8th Grade
    Student of the Month 

    Caden Tucker has learned a lot about leadership, mentorship, and how to work on a team. The programming, design, and fundraising activites have peaked his interest the most. Caden's future plans are going to Kettering or Michigan for engineering. 
    Thank You to Our Sponsors
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    1. Dennis Hosang
      Latest Entry

      By Dennis Hosang,

      Here is the kickoff preview for the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) 2021 season.


      For you Davison Robotics FRC 3534 team members, head over to the crew and discuss further this 2021 season.

    2. FRC Season

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      Sydney Schneider
      Latest Entry

      By Sydney Schneider,

      Starting the beginning of our fifth week of the 2020 season, our team opened up our new robot lab to the community and sponsors to come and view. We presented our past robot and awards while also showing where we are now in terms of prototyping and CAD designs. As the CAD team is working hard to finalize details for assembly, the machining team has gotten busy with fabricating all of our specialty parts for both our practice bot and competition bot.  Some examples our of special parts are tons of customs brackets and six shooter rails that are being assembled. The build team has gotten to work by attaching the intake arm and elevator to P-bot. Within the next week, we are striving to have a fully functional elevator and hook up the shooter to the practice bot chassis.


    3. Working Robots

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      Sydney Hardesty
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      By Sydney Hardesty,

      It was on August 26th, 1920 that the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution was certified, giving some American women full voting rights. August 26th is now Women’s Equality Day. Designated in 1973, the date celebrates the Women’s Suffrage Movement and underscores the continuing work for equality for women and girls.

      NASA has marked this persistent effort with a video introduction to eleven space pioneers, including physicist Pearl Young, engineer Kitty O’Brien Joyner, mathematician Dorothy Vaughan, mathematician Katherine Johnson, Chief of Astronomy and “Mother of Hubble” Nancy Grace Roman, and launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson.


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  • Sponsorship

    Without the help of sponsors the teams aren't sure where they would be.  Cost of supplies, travel expenses, logistics, marketing and outreach events all must be funded.  Couldn't do any of it without sponsors and we of all ages can not thank our sponsors enough for helping make it all happen. THANK YOU!

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  • What is FIRST?

    FIRST is an international organization which uses competitive robotics as a vehicle for promoting science & technology. FIRST allows high school students to work side by side with professional mentors to learn skills ranging from engineering to marketing, animation and business.

    FIRST Leagues?

    There is a FIRST League for all age groups
    FRC (Ages 14-18; Grades 9-12)
    FTC (Ages 12-18; Grades 7-12)
    FLL (Ages 9-16*; Grades 4-8)
    FLLJr (Grades K-4)

    Davison Community Outreach

    Don't be surprised if you see kids running around with Davison Robotics shirts on helping the community.  The Community helps support the team and the team wants to give back by helping the community.

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