iRobot is committed to building a future for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education in the United States. Our multi-faceted outreach program is a resource for students, parents and educators to share in our excitement for the robotics industry and get an inside look at what we do here. iRobot is also, the leading global consumer robot company, designs and builds robots that empower people to do more both inside and outside of the home. Learn more at

Empow Studios

It’s a known belief that the need for specialized skills in technology and computer science are ever-growing. Our goal is to empower kids to create projects that they are proud to share with family & friends. Empow Studios teaches kids to design, build, and code STEM projects in summer camp, after school, classes, and parties with computer science and engineering. To learn more about Empow Studios programs, please visit

Winsor Wildbots

The Winsor Wildbots is a first-year, FTC team. We are from The Winsor School, an all-girls school in Boston, MA. We are a group of individuals invested in STEM, building robots, and competing in competitions. Aside from the engineering aspect of our team, we are excited about team-building and community-building, meeting other teams, and learning more about outreach, business, and marketing. Wildbots will be demonstrating what our robot can do by driving it around and stacking foam cubes with it (a challenge from the FTC Relic Recovery Challenge competition). Additionally, we will describe the different parts of our robot, the materials we used, and our design process. For more info

Semia USA

Semia Education Technology Inc. is a STEM Education company that creates meaningful curriculum for children ages 1 ½ - 19 years old. Semia focuses on making learning fun.   Semia USA is a proud sponsor of the World Robotic Olympiad (WRO) in the United States, China and Hong Kong where children ages 6-21 years of age compete on a local, national and international level with children from around the world.  Both Semia USA and WRO are dedicated to expose young people to the world of STEM and the career opportunities that are waiting for them.  We introduce the concepts of modern science into educational activities and bring young people from around the road together to have fun.   Semia will be demonstrating multiple LEGO MINDSTORM EV3 Robots and LEGO WeDo robots to promote STEM learning and the WRO-New England completion that will be held on August 11, 2018 in Woburn, MA.  For more info Semia website is and the WRO site is

Overnight Composites

Composite Connectors are light weight, high strength shapes used to build structural shapes. The Product Launch Company is a Colorado based company working in the field of Composite 3D printed parts.  We will be demonstrating how to design and build structural shapes using Composite Connectors and carbon fiber tubing. Learn more

FIRST IN New England

FIRST IN New England is the operational partner of the FIRST ® Robotics Competition in the six New England states and is supported by ingenuityNE, a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit public charity incorporated in the State of Connecticut.

Our mission is to support the FIRST global mission “to inspire young people to be science and technology leaders, by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership.”

NE FIRST provides accessible, innovative robotics programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math, while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills. For more info


Adham Abji is a sophomore at Natick High School. He joined robotics in his freshman year because he loved to build things and compete in the competitions. For the past 2 years, his team competed in First Tech Challenge(FTC). He is currently looking into building a private FTC team- If interested in becoming apart of his team inqure at the event! Adham will be showcasing an FTC-type robot, which can drive around. This robot will be available to be driven by kids/adults. Adham showcase will be from 1pm to 4pm.

Boston TechMom

BostonTechMom is a resource for parents who want to inspire their children to explore and learn about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). BostonTechMom’s mission is to encourage kids to explore STEM at a young age and help parents find programs that will excite and motivate their children. BostonTechMom's website identifies events, programs and activities that expose children to technology in fun, engaging, and meaningful ways. The website emphasizes after-school programs and summer camps with a focus on computer programming, robotics, engineering, science, and other STEM subjects. For more info visit


GearTicks (FTC Team 6055 GearTicks, Lincoln MA). We are a group of middle and high school students that are part of a FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) robotics team.  We are in grades 7 to 11, ages 12 to 17 with members from 3 different schools. The majority of our members started out in FIRST Lego League (FLL) then graduated to FTC. Design software: PTC CREO, GrabCad, Solidworks; Programming software: Android Studio, GitHub; Team organization tools: Trello, Google Drive.  Showcasing: The GearTicks Velocity Vortex robot is always a crowd pleaser when it shows off its skills and dexterity by rapidly picking up and tossing 4” waffle balls with keen accuracy.  The team will also showcase a hands-on demonstration of their award winning vacuum system currently powering their Relic Recovery season robot which is final stages of improvements while the team makes ready for  the First World Championships in Detroit later this month! Visit their site

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