Knightkrawler Robotics

FRC Team 2052

NEWS

KnightKrawler will be competing at the MSHSL State Tournament!

Welcome to Knightkrawler!

We are Irondale High School's Robotics Team, FRC Team 2052. KnightKrawler is a place where everyone is welcome and students become professionals. We work hard to compete at the highest levels of competition while doing our best to assist all teams and help everyone succeed.

Gracious Professionalism is one of our core values. We work to ensure everyone has success in robotics. How can we help? Contact us and let's work together to build awesome robots and the next generation of engineers and business professionals.

KnightKrawler's Top 10 Tips

Check out our top 10 tips on what to do and look for at a 2019 FRC competition!

FIRST World Championships Detroit

The FIRST World Championships took place from April 24-27 at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. We competed in the Carson Division, which was one of the six divisions at this championship. After some suspenseful rounds, KnightKrawler, along with Team 5050 Cow Town Robotics from Michigan, Team 4607 CIS from Minnesota, and Team 111 WildStang from Illinois, won the Carson Division! Moving on to the final Einstein matches, our Carson Alliance got 5th out of the six alliances on Einstein. This is the best KnightKrawler has ever done in our history!

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FRC Krawler

The fully customizable scouting solution

  • A simple way to keep data event-to-event, and year-to-year.
  • Simultaneous scouting for more than six team members.
  • A user interface intuitive enough for an expert, and simple enough for a beginner.
  • The ability to sync via Bluetooth for use during competitions.
  • The ability to define the type of scouting you're doing, from match scouting to pit scouting.
  • The ability to search and sort data based on what was collected.
  • Provides the ability to back up data onto your PC.
  • Ability to export data into the .csv file format.
  • Available at no cost, for anyone and everyone!