We are pleased to announce that at the New England Event in Boston, the following teams celebrated student leadership the best: Hammerheads (5000) T-Hawks (1100) Vikings Robotics (3466) Robot Panthers (2262) Robot Unicorns (3780) If you are on one of these teams, congrats! You scored the best! Your mentors are hands off, while still supporting […]

NE Boston White Glove Results


We are pleased to announce that at the North Shore District Regional 2016 in Reading, the following teams celebrated student leadership the best: Ipswich Tigers (5459) The Force Team (1073) Devil Bots (2876) The Firebirds (1965) Robocats (1699) If you are on one of these teams, congrats! You scored the […]

White Glove Reading Competition Results



The iRaiders hosts a state qualifier for First Lego League in annually. This event is continually cited by FLL mentors as one of the best event they’ve ever been to. 2015’s Raiders Rumble was an extreme success and the competition is still growing.

Raiders Rumble


During the Reading 2015 First Robotics Competition the iRaiders did fantastically. During the qualifying rounds, the iRaiders placed 15th overall, leaving them in a good position in alliance selection. The team was then selected by a top alliance in the drafting rounds. In this alliance, the iRaiders were able to make […]

Reading 2015 First Robotics Compitition


Northeastern was one of our team’s most successful competitions. We had the seventh highest average game score and were allowed to select our alliance partners as a result. Our alliance advanced all the way to semifinals against some of the best teams in FRC. Here is video of one of our […]

Northeastern competition (2015)



The robotics kickoff is one of the most important parts of our year. This is when we find out the challenge that our season will be based around. Here is the 2015 season broadcast: During kickoff, the entire team is present to watch the announcement of the year’s challenge. We […]

Kickoff


iRaiders at Boston University Regionals
The iRaiders successfully competed through 10 rounds to have the 10th highest cumulative score in autonomous mode. Autonomous mode requires all systems on the robot to be controlled by the on board computer with no human input. It represents one of the most complex phases of the competition. Overall the […]

iRaiders compete at Boston University Regionals