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National Instruments Congratulates Austin FRC Teams in Atlanta April 13, 2010

Posted by emiliekopp in robot events.
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National Robotics Week was officially kicked off this weekend with an awesome robo-gathering of more than 500 humans and 20+ robots at the Austin Children’s Museum.

What better way for National Robotics Week to a close than at the FIRST Robotics World Championship, held in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Over the past few months, tens of thousands of high-schoolers have been competing in regional events all over the US, hoping to qualify and gain a coveted spot in the world championship event.

National Instruments has been there every step of the way and would like to congratulate all of the FIRST teams that will be joining in on the celebration in Atlanta. And a special shout out to the local, Austin-area teams that will be making the trip to the world championship:

Team 2583 – from Westwood Highschool, competing in Curie Division

Team 2468 – from Westlake Highschool, competing in Galileo Division

Team 647 – The Cyberwolves from Killeen Independent School District & Robert M. Shoemaker High School STEM Academy, competing in Newton Division

Good luck to everyone and GO ROBOTS!

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