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'Devil Robotics' is Tasmania's first team in the FIRST Robotics Competition

Read about our experience at the Duel Down Under here: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3

Photos from our preparation and trip to the Duel Down Under are here.

 Sponsors needed!
In addition to expenses for travel and accommodation, the kit of parts required to participate in the FRC costs $5000 per year. Devil Robotics would not have been able to travel to Sydney to compete in the Duel Down Under without the help of our sponsors, but we still need to reimburse Macquarie University for the cost of the kit that we used in this year's competition. In addition to looking for mentors to work with us in 2013, we need to find sponsors who are interested in supporting our team as we work to build our team and promote engineering in our community.

Our robot from this year's competition has appeared at school assemblies, been discussed on local radio, and was even featured in a TV news story about the recent Engineering Family Day at Mawson Place. We would be very happy to discuss naming rights for this robot and/or our future robots.

If you're interested, please contact contact us.

We are proud to say we have been sponsored by:
  • Nyrstar
  • Norske Skog
  • Derwent Valley Engineering
  • Lara Giddings, Member for Franklin, Premier of Tasmania
  • Adriana Taylor, Member for Elwick
  • Rebecca White, Member for Lyons
  • Elise Archer, Member for Denison
  • Tim Morris, Member for Lyons
  • Senator Carol Brown
  • Rob Valentine, Member for Hobart
  • Vanessa Goodwin, Member for Pembroke
  • Senator Lisa Singh
  • Jacquie Petrusma, Member for Franklin
  • Julie Collins, Member for Franklin
  • Scott Bacon, Member for Denison
  • Andrew Wilkie, Federal Member for Denison
  • Ogilvie High School
  • Claremont College
  • Windmill Educational Toys & Equipment
Please support their businesses, and say thanks for helping us!

Website created and maintained by David Craig, Rob Torok, Owen H and Jozey M.
This page last edited 21
August 2012 by Rob Torok