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FTC Team Email Blast #13 12/04/2009

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FTC Team Email Blast #13 12/04/2009

Post by Admin on Fri Dec 04, 2009 9:40 am

Hello Teams!

This is team email blast number 13 for the 2009 FTC Season. You should expect to receive weekly email blasts from us (this week is an exception). The Team Email Blast is generally the way we communicate information about the program to you. That information could include competition specific news, software updates, trainings, or anything else we think you might like to know. This email is intended for FTC teams and is sent to the main contact listed in your team record.

Field Control System
We’ve received lots of great feedback on the FCS from Coaches, Mentors, Students and Volunteers, and we’re happy to announce that a new revision, version 1.0.0.7 is available now on our website. This upgrade includes an enhancement to the Bluetooth Reconnect feature, which improves the overall reconnect time. It also includes some modifications to the appearance of the user interface. This upgrade is recommended, but it isn’t mandatory.

Obtain version 1.0.0.7 of the FCS.: http://www.usfirst.org/roboticsprograms/ftc/content.aspx?id=15924

FTC Championship Tournaments this weekend
We’re excited to start our Championship Tournament Season! This weekend, we have Tournaments scheduled in Potsdam NY, Orangeburg SC, St. Louis MO, LaPlata MD, Flagstaff AZ and Weatherford OK. In the next several weeks, FTC Staff, Key Volunteers and representatives from Pitsco, LEGO Education, National Instruments, Rockwell Collins and PTC will be traveling to events all across the country. We hope to see you there!

Go Teams!
~FTC Support


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