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Kinetic Knights host an open house for sponsors
by Sandy Lindsay

June 16, 2015

Education

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Stacking totes a robotic challenge

The Kinetic Knights in Kincardine is a youth robotics organization where the team competes each year in a robotics competition

With approximately 50 students, the Knights design, program and build a robot within six weeks in order to compete in a wide variety of skills ... the Creativity Award, the Engineering Inspiration Award and the Chairman's Award, which is the most prestigious.

The 'recyclable robot' ....

This year's competition is the 'Recycle Rush' where the objective is to earn the most points by completing a method of stacking totes on designated platforms, covering totes and disposing litter (represented by 'noodles')

... stacking totes

The group is sponsored by several companies, including Bruce Power, Areva, Lake Huron Learning Centre, and several others.

On June 6th, the Kinetic Knights held an open house for their sponsors as they look forward to future competitions.

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Programmer Jed Gonzales



The many trophies won by the Kinetic Knights including several of the prestigious Chairman's Award




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