The FIRST™ Robotics Competition (FRC) is an annual, worldwide robotics competition that teaches high school students math, science, technology and teamwork in a varsity sport environment. In just six weeks, high school teams have to design, build, program and perfect 120-lb robots to compete with and against other teams.
FRC Tracker follows the results of the six weeks of regional competitions leading up to the worldwide championship event. Tracking 2542 teams competing at 82 events worldwide, FRC Tracker downloads data on the thousands of matches as they are played.
Finals View This view shows the state of the elimination matches as teams are narrowed down to the finalist and winning alliances.
Robot Photo Sharing
FRC Tracker provides teams with the ability to upload photos of team robots to share with other teams. This is a dedicated service moderated by the FRC Tracker staff to ensure quality robot photos.
In addition to access to the photo library through the FRC Tracker app, we provide access to the library of shared robot photos grouped by event to assist teams with preparing scouting sheets. Visit this year's Photo Gallery to see a list of pages for the events. For past years, see the photo sharing archive page.
Photo Sharing only works if users submit robot photos. To recognize the most gracious contributors, visit the Photo Sharing Leaderboard.
February 21, 2013: FRC Tracker 2013 is released. New features this year include a way to export FRC Tracker's data from an event via email, improved Twitter support, score detail legend in header of match views, and better 4" retina display support.
March 21, 2012: FRC Tracker 2012 version 1.5.3 greatly improves the ability to take and share robot photos. The process of taking photos from inside FRC Tracker is simplified, photos are masked so you see exactly the photo as it will appear in the app, and you can submit all of your photos in one operation from the Event/Robot Photo Share or Tools screens. (Take photos in portrait mode, not landscape for the best results.) We've also fixed a bug where Update Event Info would sometimes get old data, preventing the update from working properly.
March 11, 2012: FRC Tracker 2012 version 1.5.2 is available on the App Store. Match details are shown for regionals that send out match data via @frcfms on Twitter. Ranking is computed more correctly when official ranking data is not current. As always, be sure to use Update Event Info occasionally to get official results.
February 26, 2012: FRC Tracker 2012 version 1.5.1 is available with preliminary support for the 2012 FRC events.
We welcome your feedback on FRC Tracker. For questions or comments, email us at [frctracker].
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