We are proud to have our code fully open source throughout our build season for anyone to look at, utilize, and/or build upon our code on Github. We are especially proud of our Limelight Vision Targeting code that we use to interface with Limelight 2 camera.
All members must read the team handbook and understand the rules and regulations for behavior, as members represent the team at all times. Information on the duties of the heads, among many other important informational premises, are located in the Team Handbook.
Team 3647 prides itself on ensuring that all team members have access to the materials they need to understand how any aspect of robotics they wish. Any student who wishes to find any of the official Team 3647 learning material, whether it be for programming, build, CAD, electrical, or anything else, can find it here.
All members must take the safety test if they wish to work on any machines or enter the build room. Safety is our first priority, so ensuring that team members know the safety rules is essential. After members take the safety test, they are required to view the reasons the responses are correct or incorrect.
The Business Plan is the cumulative document of or team's finances. It explains how our team is funded, how tiers work, what our money goes to, and all aspects and purposes of our Finance Team. Any member of the team can look over the business plan and understand how our financial's work.
The Team Branding Standards is the outline for how all team logos, banners, and any other media should be portrayed. Any member of Media Team should should read the Branding Standards to properly portray team imagery.
To increase transparency between parents and students, our team began putting together monthly newsletters to show how the team operates and summarize notable events of each month. Newsletters are usually sent out once every month during the offseason, and once in 2 weeks during the build season.