# FLL 2022: Push and collect with Kriket - 10 out of 10 on how to accomplish M08, M07, M15 - FIRST LEGO League 2022-2023 SUPERPOWERED Challenge ProPreview

This is a 10 out of 10 video tutorial demonstrating the consistency and reliability of the Kriket robot when accomplishing the FIRST LEGO League 2022 missions called Wind Turbine, Television and Rechargeable Battery.

• #2217
• 01 Jan 2024
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This is a 10 out of 10 Tutorial with our Kriket Robot, LEGO Education Spike Prime, accomplishing three missions in a row from FIRST LEGO League SUPERPOWERED 2022 - 2023. These are the Wind Turbine, the Television, and Collecting an Energy Unit. Let's see it. Ten out of ten. Spoiler alert. It happens. In the tutorial for this mission run, we've explained everything. We explained the three missions, their rules and how we've approached them, the programming. Now it's just seeing and making sure that the robot is consistent and reliable enough so that it can do a 10 out of 10. That's it. We collect the three energy units, go back, we return to base with all the energy units in place. The interesting part here is, first, we are doing this with the second robot. First, we did this with the Chain Monster, but now we are doing it with the Kriket robot. Why? Because we want to have the differences. We have an example of two different robots. Examples of how we can use these two different robots to accomplish the same missions. And our hope is that this could give you more tools from which we can learn the principles of how you can build consistent and reliable robots and attachments with which you can accomplish FIRST LEGO League competitions. Second run, it was successful. Third run: this robot doesn't have a lot of sensors for this particular run. Now, this is a strategy. We've grouped in our strategy, these three missions from this side of the field, because it seems easy to accomplish them all, because two of them are collect and two of them are push. So the television is only push, the energy unit is only collect, and the wind turbine is both push and collect. So, this duplication of the different missions and the actions that we must perform on the mission models, gives us a chance to group them. And we've grouped them. We've grouped the three missions into a single run. Go out of base. I don't know how much time.. Let's see, it's about 30 seconds, probably each run. So these are 10 seconds here,

about 17 seconds. So it takes the robot about 17 seconds to move out of base and then accomplish all the three missions, which is cool, which is nice. It's a quite faster robot. It doesn't have a lot of sensors, but this doesn't mean that you shouldn't use. What we are doing here is we are demonstrating different principles. It's difficult to get the robot to behave consistently without the use of sensors. This here is a group of missions that gives us a chance to demonstrate this. And it's a lucky coincidence. That's it. A lucky coincidence. A few more runs... Oh, we missed one of the energy units here. Yes. This was one of the downsides of this attachment. It doesn't have a lot of downsides, to be fair. It's a really cool attachment. It's functional. But sometimes some of the energy units fall. And in some of the next tutorials, we've improved on this attachment, and it should be okay now on the platform. So if you visit www.fllcasts.com, you should be able to see the attachment with a little border on the side that resolves this problem. As you saw, sometimes energy units fall when they are dropped from the wind turbine and they have to be collected. They fall outside of the container. That's one thing that we noticed here. So, a little border will solve this problem. 10 out of 10. I think this is the 8th or the 9th run. I'm not sure. You see how sometimes when they fall, they kind of hit each other and one of them goes away. It's easy to resolve this with a little border. I think, this is the last run. That's it. You can see the tutorial with the explanation of the programming, a closer view of the missions, and with the 10 out of 10, I hope it is useful for you to get an overview of how consistent and reliable this robot is along with its programming. See you in the next tutorial.

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