Corporation
28.06.2021
After an exciting final, the MTorres team raised its third finalist cup by winning the Science and Technology Park trophy and the first place for Robot Behaviour. Along with the Beavers, the other two teams from the MTorres Foundation also participated: Robotronic Bulls and Electronic Falcons.

Despite having been through a complicated school year due to the pandemic, all Legotronic Beavers members have managed to give the perfect finishing touch to this season with their effort and teamwork. Haritz Azpirotz Erbiti, Jorge Yuste Polo, Guillermo Cutillas Martínez, Aitana Pastor Belmonte, Xabier Amóztegui García, Alejandro Alday Jiménez, Andrea Martínez Jiménez and Ander Ibáñez Quirante were proclaimed winners of the XV First Lego League Spanish Robotics Tournament yesterday.

 

The final took place yesterday in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Island. 61 teams made up of more than 600 young people presented innovative projects, robots and showed team values ​. More than six thousand people connected to watch the competition. Together with the MTorres Foundation team, the Edurobotic Hermes FLL Euskadi Deusto team were awarded with the first prize from the Scientia Foundation. The second prize Cabildo de Tenerife went to Aldeatrón Robotix FLL Canarias.

 

On Saturday, the Beavers were proclaimed winners in the robot game competition after completing three rounds in which they obtained 585 points, 600 points - the highest possible score reaching a new record - and 555 points, in the third round. On the same Saturday, all the teams made their presentations of the Innovation project and Technical project in front of different expert juries. The following day, the Call - Backs took place, when our teams had the opportunity to speak about their team values ​​ and to answer additional questions that the jury might have.

 

 

MANUEL TORRES ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARD

During the awards ceremony, the organization gave the Manuel Torres Entrepreneurship Award, which went to the NEUROTICS - FLL Granada team. Our colleague from the MTorres Foundation, Eva García, was in charge of delivering this award.