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Saturday, November 16, 2013. 9 am to 3 pm.
Gladstone High School - Fine arts and Applied Technology Wing.
18800 Portland Ave. Gladstone, Oregon
-97027-



Review FIRST Fare 2013!
Take our short survey and review your experience at FIRST Fare 2013. We will then use your responses to make FIRST Fare 2014 even better!

Presentations now Online!
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Recent Updates

  • How to Qualify for Regionals Presented by Tim Bennignton-DavisA walk through the points system used in the "FRC Standard District Policy" in use.Rookie TrackView The Presentation! District Model Overview
    Posted Nov 26, 2013, 2:01 PM by Unknown user
  • Control Systems Overview Presented by Tim Bennington-DavisAn overview of components of the FRC electronics/Control systems, with helpful hints to make things go smoother for you. Science TrackView this presentation ...
    Posted Nov 26, 2013, 2:15 PM by Unknown user
  • Interested in Java? Presented by Kenneth BudnikThis session is for those that are currently using LabView, or C++ or nothing yet, and would like to consider using Java going forward. We'll ...
    Posted Nov 3, 2013, 4:35 PM by Unknown user
  • Robot Design Process Presented by Tom ThompsonOver the last 13 years, FIRST Team 847, PHRED, has developed a design process that helps team members come up with a robot design concept in ...
    Posted Nov 3, 2013, 4:30 PM by Unknown user
  • How to Debug your Robot Electronically Presented by Carole PetersenTeam 997 has developed a tool to troubleshoot their robot and they will be presenting this. Manu Nummala and Susie Dole, along with the team's ...
    Posted Nov 3, 2013, 4:22 PM by Unknown user
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FIRST Fare has become one of the highlights on the pre-season calendar for Oregon and South West Washington FRC teams. FIRST Fare is a collaboration of seminars, workshops and practical knowledge. For years FIRST Fare has provided rookie FRC teams with valuable insight and knowledge that lead teams to success and to continue growing. FIRST Fare is also becoming a great way for veteran teams to improve, learn from and gain friendships with other teams. Gladstone Robotics is working very hard to incorporate more businesses that hire FIRST students, and more universities, companies and people that support STEM education, FIRST and most importantly FRC Teams and students. Classes, workshops and activities will be scheduled throughout the day, and an open Technology Pavilion will keep students, mentors, parents and volunteers both new and experienced interested through the day. The Technology Pavilion will be open to the general public, but seminars and workshops will be limited to FRC participants.




Why Attend First Fare?






All Knowledge is Power!  
However practical knowledge is more powerful. 
There are various reasons to attend FIRST Fare 2013. 
The presentation shows several reasons. If you are a:
Rookie Team
Rooke Memeber on a Veteran Team
Veteran Member on a Veteran Team
Adult Volunteer, or Mentor on any Team
Than there will be something of interest for you at 
FIRST Fare 2013.