On the 26th of August, the meeting suggested with Team Hungary, was held! Since we hadn’t received our kit up to that phase, we talked about 3D designing and what we had done so far with the sources available. Team Hungary was at a bootcamp during that period, so we had the opportunity to discuss more about the competition compared to meetings that were done earlier in the summer !
On the 22nd of August, a meeting with Team Nepal was held! We learnt about their customs and traditions, daily life and the festivals held! It was very engaging, interesting and fun!
On the 16th of August we had the chance to meet with team Nigeria! The members of the team suggested that we compete in the poem challenge they had organised and we were happy to get involved! This process, from creating a poem, to combining it to other ones and seeing the final result was so pleasing!
Team Greece presents to FIRST Global community the 2D Simulator for this year's playing field! It is a 2D simulator to help beginning Java programmers learn to program for the First Global Challenge.
Our programming department developed this simulator so that all FGC teams can use it and test, explore and discover unlimited resources! This is a JavaFX application developed using the (free) IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition IDE.
It is a Carbon capture game adaptation, including the Carbon Capture game elements and two new robot configurations (Carbon Tank Bot and Carbon Omni Bot) with an intake and shooter mechanism, resembling the shooters showcased in FGC site. There is a test opmode available for the tank robot configuration.
More information on our social, and links available in bio! Can't wait to hear your feedback and see pictures of the teams using it!
#FIRSTGlobal #FGC2022Geneva #carboncapture #FGCteamGreece #eduact
On the 6th of August, we met with Team Bahamas! It was a very fun and insightful meeting, since we talked about our traditions, customs and local food!
On the 6th of August our team met with Team Mexico! It was very interesting, we talked about our countries and cultures, our languages, but most importantly we had a lot of fun!
On the 2nd of August, Team Thailand was added to our list of meetings! We talked about the competition and our experience so far, exchanged knowledge on robotics and did culture exchange! Hearing things about a country so far away from us, and learning about the culture was fascinating!
Greek National Robotics Team
This is the official site of Team Greece participating in the