Texas Robotics Invitational
Promises Two Days Of Action Packed Excitement!
TRI showcases top high school engineering talent in the country.
One of the largest summer robot tournaments in Texas!
June 30 & July 1!
Houston — June 1, 2017. If you missed the FIRST Robotics Championships (FRC) held at George R. Brown & Minute Maid Park in April, then you have another opportunity to see hundreds of the brightest high school students in the country compete at the upcoming Texas Robotics Invitational (T.R.I.) held at Strake Jesuit High School on Friday, June 30th and Saturday, July 1st. 38 high school teams from around the country will compete with their 120 pound robots that they have designed and built. Exciting matches! Informative workshops. Free admission. One of the largest summer robot tournaments in Texas. Families look forward to one of the best free summer educational activities in Houston. Strake Jesuit College Preparatory. 8900 Bellaire Blvd. Free admission. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. http://ift.tt/2rLcBgU
Tournament organizer & Spectrum 3847 Coach Allen Gregory says “TRI is one of the largest summer robot tournaments in Texas! We want families to come to learn that STEM is the key to unlocking the future and think about starting a robotics program in their schools. TRI showcases some of the top high school talent in the country. See enthusiastic high school students compete with their 120 lbs robots in an action packed matches. Texas Robotics Invitational (TRI) is an off-season event in Houston, Texas designed to more experience in FRC. TRI is planned and organized by Spectrum FRC#3847 with the help of Houston area teams, and volunteers.”
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