Who We Are
We are a competitive FTC robotics team, based in Brampton. We provide virtual robotics classes for anyone, anywhere. These classes will teach new students about the fundamentals of robotics as well as push students who already have experience to the next level. If you are interested in joining the competitive robotics team then these lessons are entirely free! Learn essential STEM skills; then test your skills by applying them in exciting robotics competitions!
Start Atomic, Evolve Galatic
We are a competitive robotics team, based in Brampton, Ontario. Canada. We participate in the First Tech Challenge (FTC) competition. The FTC robotics competition challenges teams to design, build, program, and operate robots to compete in a head-to-head challenge in an alliance format. But it is more than just robots, students learn teamwork, leadership, public speaking, fundraising, marketing, business skills, and much more. Whether we are building, competing, or hosting community outreach events our team is always learning and bonding.
Hey, I'm Armaan, this is my 4th year in robotics, and I love it. On the team, I supervise the design, build, and programming processes. I am also the driver.
Muskaan, PR Manager
Hi everyone! My name is Muskaan, and this is my 3rd-year in robotics. I have a passion for writing, so I decided to pursue writing the Design Notebook. I am also the public relations and outreach manager for the team.
Hi! I'm Muaaz and this is my 2nd year in robotics. I love robotics and science in general so I decided to join FTC. My primary role on the team is to build the robot.
Hello! My name is Bhuvesh. This is my 2nd year in robotics, I joined because I had never really participated in anything like this and I wanted to try something new. I am the team's lead scout.
Hi! My name is Jasmeet, and this is my 1st-year in robotics. I have participated in other robotics competitions before and wanted to step it up a notch by joining Relatively Quantum.
Hi! I'm Ahmad and this is my 1st year in robotics. I love robotics and science in general so I decided to join FTC. I am in grade 8, and my role on the team is to help where I am needed, wether that be outreach or programming.
- What we are working on -
Our goal is to teach kids about STEM concepts in a hands-on and engaging manner, this hands-on approach however is expensive. This is why there is a membership fee. Despite the amazing help we have received from our sponsors so far we still require more support if we hope sustainably run the team for years to come. Sponsorships don't need to be strictly financial either, we appreciate any help we can get. Whether that is sending an experienced mentor from the industry or directly purchasing off-the-shelf parts. Sponsoring us also means that we will brag about you in many different places, such as our website, our team shirts, on our social media, and at competitions. If you are interested in working with us please contact us or review our sponsorship package.