First FIRST Meeting


Please join us for our first FIRST meeting in preparation for the 2015 Season, on September 16th at 7pm in the at the East Ridge Shop, we will be presenting an introduction to FIRST Robotics and our East Ridge Team the "ERRORs".


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2014 Minnesota Robotics Invitational


The Minnesota Robotics Invitational (MRI) is an off-season FIRST Robotics Competition event, hosted at the Roseville Area High School, to engage new students. They will have a real FIRST field, real FIRST electronics and excellent community competition.


Please join us on Saturday October 11th, anytime from 10am to 3pm.  It is a completely free family-friendly event and a great introduction to FIRST Robotics. MRI is expecting to field 36 Minnesota teams.



2014 Competition  :  Aerial Assist

AERIAL ASSIST is played by two competing Alliances of three Robots each on a flat 25’ x 54’ foot field, straddled by a lighting truss suspended just over five feet above the floor. The objective is to score as many balls in goals as possible during a 2 minute and 30 second match. The more Alliances score their ball in their goals, and the more they work together to do it, the more points their alliance receives.


The match begins with one 10-second Autonomous Period in which robots operate independently of driver. Each robot may begin with a ball and attempt to score it in a goal. Alliances earn bonus points for scoring balls in this mode and for any of their robots that move in to their zones. Additionally, each high/low pair of goals will be designated “hot” for five seconds, but the order of which side is first is randomized. For each ball scored in a “hot” goal, the Alliance earns additional bonus points.


For the rest of the match, drivers remotely control robots from behind a protective wall.  Once all balls in autonomous are scored, only one ball is re-entered in to play, and the Alliances must cycle a single ball as many times as possible for the remainder of the match. With the single ball, they try to maximize their points earned by throwing balls over the truss, catching balls launched over the truss, and scoring in the high and low goals on the far side of the field.

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2014-15 Dates of Interest

Tuesday September 16th

Saturday October 11th

Saturday January 3rd

Saturday February 14th

Tuesday February 17th

Thursday February 26-28th

Thursday April 2-4th

Wednesday April 22-25th

Saturday May 16th

Friday August 21-23rd



The ERRORs were honored to be awarded the traveling "be FIRST" trophy by the 2012 State Champions Team 3883 the DataBits.  The "be FIRST" trophy is a peer-to-peer recognition created by Team 1816 "The Green Machine", and is aimed at putting FIRST® ideals center stage; where FRC teams are recognized for their Gracious Professionalism®; their ability to be innovative, and for being and doing their very best while assuring that other teams are able to do their very best, too.


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