XBOT Robotics bringing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math hands on experiences to the young people of SE Seattle
XBOT Robotics - team XBOT #488 had an amazing 2019 season being recognized for ** our robot vision - the Rockwell Collins "Innovation in Control Award"
** Community Outreach/assisting other FRC teams - Gracious Professionalism Award
Enjoy the Taste of China
You are invited to our
3rd Annual Dinner/Auction at
China Harbor Restaurant on
beautiful Lake Union.
2040 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
Thursday Oct 17th ** 6 - 9 pm
XBOT has had an amazing 2018-2019 season with the three robotics teams and summer workshops. Getting ready for the 2019-2020 season!
$65 per ticket - support our kids!
A donation of
For immediate release - June 25, 2019: XBOT Robotics leading the support for the Amazon Future Engineer programs in Seattle, WA. . XBOT Robotics is providing teacher training, coordination of the Seattle Public Schools Title 1 2019-2020 FIRST Lego League teams.
Amazon is providing each of the schools with an Amazon Future Engineer Robotics grant to inspire the next generation of computer scientists, with a focus on students from underrepresented and underserved communities. Each of the schools will receive support to launch *FIRST robotics teams* read more ...
Franklin HS is a Seattle urban school with 94% students of color, 64% free/reduced lunch students & 54% students from homes where English is a 2nd language. .
Thank You to our team mentors, sponsors, friends and family that make this hands on , real life, technology rich experience possible. The students of SE Seattle do not have this opportunity in the traditional public school setting. Thank You Again!
team xbot Makes Technology Fun
team xbot partnering with Microsoft Education
Aspiring Young Robotic Engineers. .
Games Robots Play
Celebrating National Robotics Week, robots battle other robots in this high-octane, high school competition. Inside this Microsoft Hardware lab in Redmond, engineers donate their time mentoring students from disadvantaged households to pursue educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math.