About Us 2017
LiveWire Robotics 3456 was established as a FIRST Robotics Competition™ team for the 2011 FRC season. FIRST is a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing science and technology to the youth of America.
For the 2012 season, LiveWire was located in the Pine Ridge Mall in Pocatello, Idaho and worked closely with Team Haywire 1569. LiveWire operated under the guidance of three amazing coaches and was comprised of 18 students (grades 9-12) from all three high schools in Pocatello.
For the 2013 season, LiveWire became affiliated with the Bannock County 4H Club and obtained 501c3 non-profit status. This allowed LiveWire to become fully invested in the community as a community based and supported team. With this change came a new number from our rookie year: 3562. Despite this change, we have retained our previous awards and achievements.
We have been invited by the Idaho State University College of Technology Robotics Program to use their facilities as a build site and we are grateful to be in partnership with them!
Introducing OneByte the flat potato superhero, LiveWire's Offical Ambassador of STEM!
Want to see where OneByte has been? Click on the to see a picture of him at each location.
FIRST Things First: Building a Team. Building a Community. For all ages.
Team Groups 2017:
Provide leadership and help the team become a cohesive unit
Provide assistance and guidance wherever necessary
Act as team representatives
Robot Build Team:
Ryan, Brenden, Abigail, Abby, Kurt, and Brandon
Design, build, and test the chassis, drive train, and manipulator
Merrill, Aftanom, Derek, Dylan, and Jace
Program and test autonomous and teleop code
Configure computers and networking, and fix computer problems
Construct and configure pneumatic systems and sensors
Photographers and Videographers:
Hailey, Rian, Megan, and Kate
Documents our team activities through formal and candid photographs
Create the Chairman's Award Video
Develop YouTube videos called "Mr. Angle's Workshop"
Rian, Kate, Megan, Hailey, Aaron, Payton, and Joesph
Coordinate community outreach and fundraising activities
Market the team through pictures, documentation, and multiple media outlets
Create an essay and presentation for the Chairman's Award
Coordinate team spirit activities
Payton and Aaron
Maintain the LiveWire website
Make sure everything on it is beautiful
Be awesome at website designing
Brayden and Ian
Build a regulation game practice field
Monitor safety procedures
Make everything in the shop and on robot look "pretty"!
This website was designed and built by Dirk Stahlecker, with updates and maintenance from Aaron and Payton.
Special thanks to Corinn Herrick.