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For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology

May 06, 2019

Business Plan

Introduction 

FIRST 

FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest and participation in science and technology. Based in Manchester, NH, FIRST is a not-forprofit public charity that designs accessible, innovative programs that motivate young people to pursue education and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM) while building self-confidence, knowledge, and life skills.

 

This organization supports the building of these skills from Kindergarten through High School. The FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. (FLL Jr) supports grades K-4 and through exploratory research, hands-on construction, teamwork, imagination, and fun with LEGO elements, FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. challenges teams of up to six kids to explore a real-world scientific concept, then build a motorized model and develop a Show Me Poster to illustrate their journey of discovery. Throughout the season, adult coaches provide guidance and inspiration. 

 

The FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) supports grades 4-8 and through apply science, engineering, and math concepts, plus a big dose of imagination, to develop solutions to real-world challenges with adult Coaches to guide a team of up to 10 members. They also design, build, and program LEGO MINDSTORMS®-based robots to perform autonomous “missions” on a challenge field. Along the way, they develop critical thinking, team-building, and presentation skills.

 

The FIRST® Tech Challenge (FTC) supports grades 7-12 and follows a sports model where teams of up to 10 members design, build, program, and operate robots of their own design to play a floor game in an alliance format. They are guided by adult Coaches and Mentors where the students develop STEAM skills and practice engineering principles, while realizing the value of hard work, innovation, and sharing ideas. Participants have access to tens of millions of dollars in college scholarships.

 

Team 4323 - B.E.E.s

We are a Girl Scout team of 6 students who attend different schools in Brevard County and we are based in Titusville, Florida. We participate in the FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. program. Our team started 4 years ago and is ever changing as the girls’ progress through the FIRST® program. With the skills that we have learned as a team our team members are ready to conquer any challenge they meet out in the world.

 

Team 7407 - C.A.K.E. B.A.T.TE.R.S.

We are a Girl Scout team of 4 students who attend different schools in Brevard County and we are based in Titusville, Florida. We participate in the FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. program. Our team started 10 years ago (the team name changed several times) and is ever changing as the girls’ progress through the FIRST® program. With the skills that we have learned as a team our team members are ready to conquer any challenge they meet out in the world.

 

Team 7341 - F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S.

We are a Girl Scout team of 1 High School student and 4 Middle School students who attend different schools in Brevard County and we are based in Titusville, Florida. We have participated in the FIRST® Tech Challenge program for the last 7 years, and is ever changing as the girls’ progress through school and graduate. With the skills that we have learned as a team our graduating seniors are ready to conquer any challenge they meet out in the world.

 

Mission Statement (All Levels)

To build a world class model, robots, engineering notebooks, and spread the word about robotics and our new skills in our schools and community to promote FIRST and STEAM learning as we grow in our own knowledge.

 

Goals

Major Project Milestones

 

FIRST LEGO League Jr

  • August 1, 2019 FLL Jr Challenge Release
  • Early September Receive the FLL Jr Inspiration Kit
  • September 2018 Build the Inspiration Model and determine a project
  • October 2018 Complete the Model and Show Me Poster
  • November 2018 Complete our Project
  • November – December 2018 Share our Model, Show Me Poster and what we have learned
  •  January - March 2020 Attend one or two Expos
  • April 19-20, 2020 World Championship, Houston, Texas

 

FIRST LEGO League

  • August 28, 2019 Complete our Guess of the FLL Challenge
  • August 29, 2019 FLL Challenge Release
  • September 2019 Complete programming ½ of the missions and determine a project
  • December 2019 Attend a pratice tounament
  •  January 2020 Attend a qualifier tournament in

 

FIRST Tech Challenge

  • September 8, 2019 FTC Game Release
  • Attending Eastern-Central Florida FTC 2019-20 Season Kick-off
  • November 2019 Space Coast League Qualifier in Rockledge Florida
  • December 2019 Co-hosted Space Coast League Qualifier in Titusville Florida
  • January 2020 Space Coast League Qualifier in Sanford Florida
  • February 2020 Space Coast League Championship in Oviedo Florida
  • February 2020 Florida State Championship
  • April 16-20, 2020 World Championship in Houston Texas

 

Team Goals

FIRST LEGO League Jr

We meet at the beginning of each competition season, to set goals for our team. The goals we have set for the 2019-2020 season are as follows:

  • Design and build our model based on the challenge requirements:
  • Learn about real-world issues that are based on this year’s challenge
  • Developing a comprehensive LCAD model to share
  • Find a solution to one of the real-world issues and share our information
  • Apply what we have learned about Core Values and Gracious Professionalism to our team activities and our everyday life. 
  •  Reach out to professionals to gain insight on how to improve our model, project and to grow in our own knowledge.

 

FIRST LEGO League

We meet at the beginning of each competition season, to set goals for our team. The goals we have set for the 2018-2019 season are as follows:

  • Design and build our robot mission on the challenge requirements:
    •  Learn about real-world issues that are based on this year’s challenge
    • Developing a comprehensive LCAD model to share
  • Find a solution to one of the real-world issues and share our information
  • Apply what we have learned about Core Values and Gracious Professionalism to our team activities and our everyday life.
  • Reach out to professionals to gain insight on how to improve our project and to grow in our own knowledge.

 

FIRST Tech Challenge

We meet at the beginning of each competition season, to set goals for our team. The goals we have set for the 2018-2019 season are as follows:

Design and fabricate a fast, nimble and robust robot that is competitive at the world level by:

  • Developing a comprehensive AutoCAD model
  • Designing a more efficient attachment to complete the task
  • Design the robot in modular parts
  • Grow FTC and STEAM in our schools and community by
  • Mentoring teams in our community, both FLL Jr, FLL and other FTC teams
  • Sharing more with other teams using social media posting our findings
  • Hosting a FIRST Tech Challenge Meet
  • Reach out to professionals to gain insight on how to improve our robot and to grow in our own knowledge.

 

Projected Hours and Team Commitment for all three teams

Last year, it was determined that each team member averaged between 600 and 650 hours on robotics related activities including, but not limited to, robot design and build, outreach activities, training, and competitions. We talk about all three teams because the lower aged teams feed up to the upper aged teams. 

 

This year, we project the total number of hours spent on robotic related activities to decrease due to college prep, family time, budget concerns, and extracurricular activities. The team has committed to the following:

  • 3-4 hours/week to design and build competition robot; hours spent on robot design will increase the closer we get to a tournament or expo.
  • Participation in Expos, qualifiers, League Championship and State Tournaments
  • Mentoring other FIRST LEGO League Jr, FIRST LEGO League or FIRST Tech Challenge teams
  • Demonstrations

 

Team 7407 - C.A.K.E. B.A.T.TE.R.S.

We are a Girl Scout team of 4 students who attend different schools in Brevard County and we are based in Titusville, Florida. We participate in the FIRST® LEGO® League Jr. program. Our team started 9 years ago (the team name changed several times) and is ever changing as the girls’ progress through the FIRST® program. With the skills that we have learned as a team our team members are ready to conquer any challenge they meet out in the world.

 

Team 7341 - F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S.

We are a Girl Scout team of 2 High School students who attend different schools in Brevard County and we are based in Titusville, Florida. We have participated in the FIRST® Tech Challenge program for the last 6 years, and is ever changing as the girls’ progress through school and graduate. With the skills that we have learned as a team our graduating seniors are ready to conquer any challenge they meet out in the world.

 

Mission Statement (All Levels)

To build a world class model, robots, engineering notebooks, and spread the word about robotics and our new skills in our schools and community to promote FIRST and STEAM learning as we grow in our own knowledge.

 

Goals

Major Project Milestones

FIRST LEGO League Jr

  • August 1, 2019 FLL Jr Challenge Release
  • Early September Receive the FLL Jr Inspiration Kit
  • September 2018 Build the Inspiration Model and determine a project
  • October 2018 Complete the Model and Show Me Poster
  • November 2018 Complete our Project
  • November – December 2018 Share our Model, Show Me Poster and what we have learned
  •  January - March 2020 Attend one or two Expos
  • April 19-20, 2020 World Championship, Houston, Texas

FIRST LEGO League

  • August 28, 2019 Complete our Guess of the FLL Challenge
  • August 29, 2019 FLL Challenge Release
  • September 2019 Complete programming ½ of the missions and determine a project
  • December 2019 Attend a pratice tounament
  •  January 2020 Attend a qualifier tournament in

FIRST Tech Challenge

  • September 8, 2019 FTC Game Release
  • Attending Eastern-Central Florida FTC 2019-20 Season Kick-off
  • November 2019 Space Coast League Qualifier in Rockledge Florida
  • December 2019 Co-hosted Space Coast League Qualifier in Titusville Florida
  • January 2020 Space Coast League Qualifier in Sanford Florida
  • February 2020 Space Coast League Championship in Oviedo Florida
  • February 2020 Florida State Championship
  • April 16-20, 2020 World Championship in Houston Texas

 

Team Goals

FIRST LEGO League Jr

We meet at the beginning of each competition season, to set goals for our team. The goals we have set for the 2019-2020 season are as follows:

  • Design and build our model based on the challenge requirements:
    • Learn about real-world issues that are based on this year’s challenge
    • Developing a comprehensive LCAD model to share
    • Find a solution to one of the real-world issues and share our information
  • Apply what we have learned about Core Values and Gracious Professionalism to our team activities and our everyday life. 
  • Reach out to professionals to gain insight on how to improve our model, project and to grow in our own knowledge.

 

FIRST LEGO League

We meet at the beginning of each competition season, to set goals for our team. The goals we have set for the 2018-2019 season are as follows:

  • Design and build our robot mission on the challenge requirements:
    •  Learn about real-world issues that are based on this year’s challenge
    • Developing a comprehensive LCAD model to share
  • Find a solution to one of the real-world issues and share our information
  • Apply what we have learned about Core Values and Gracious Professionalism to our team activities and our everyday life.
  • Reach out to professionals to gain insight on how to improve our project and to grow in our own knowledge.

 

FIRST Tech Challenge

We meet at the beginning of each competition season, to set goals for our team. The goals we have set for the 2018-2019 season are as follows:

  • Design and fabricate a fast, nimble and robust robot that is competitive at the world level by:
    • Developing a comprehensive AutoCAD model
    • Designing a more efficient attachment to complete the task
    • Design the robot in modular parts
  • Grow FTC and STEAM in our schools and community by
    • Mentoring teams in our community, both FLL Jr, FLL and other FTC teams
    • Sharing more with other teams using social media posting our findings
    • Hosting a FIRST Tech Challenge Meet
  • Reach out to professionals to gain insight on how to improve our robot and to grow in our own knowledge.

 

Projected Hours and Team Commitment for all three teams

Last year, it was determined that each team member averaged between 600 and 650 hours on robotics related activities including, but not limited to, robot design and build, outreach activities, training, and competitions. We talk about all three teams because the lower aged teams feed up to the upper aged teams. 

 

This year, we project the total number of hours spent on robotic related activities to decrease due to college prep, family time, budget concerns, and extracurricular activities. The team has committed to the following:

  • 3-4 hours/week to design and build competition robot; hours spent on robot design will increase the closer we get to a tournament or expo.
  • Participation in Expos, qualifiers, League Championship and State Tournaments
  • Mentoring other FIRST LEGO League Jr, FIRST LEGO League or FIRST Tech Challenge teams
  • Demonstrations

We believe with this level of commitment, we can be a very competitive teams and can help promote robotics and STEAM in our community.

Sustainability

2019 – 2020 Budget

FIRST LEGO League Jr 2019 – 2020 Budget

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE JRINCOMEEXPENSES
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

FIRST LEGO League 2019 – 2020 Budget

 

FIRST Tech Challenge 2019 – 2020 Budget

 

 

Recruiting Team Members (All Teams) 

We recruit new team members using the following guidelines:

  • Must be a or want to join Girl Scouts
  • Must be interested in learning new things
  • Must be willing to work hard
  • Must want to have fun
  • No previous robotics experience necessary

 

Training (All Teams)

We are actively pursuing ways to work with professional mentors to learn new skills and to improve our knowledge of engineering design, CAD, programming, and other STEAM areas. Our goals for this year are:

  • Learn AutoCAD or LCAD
  • Learn more about JAVA Programming, WeDo2 Programming and MINDSTORMS® Programming
  • Learn more about videography
  • Learn more about tools in the woodshop to build parts and project pieces

 

Risks and Opportunities

Our risks and opportunities are focused on the sustainability of the team from an execution and monetary perspective. The risks and opportunities in competition are fluid and can only be minimized and maximized, respectively, with solid preparation.

Risks

  • Risk 1 – Conflict with other Activities: All the members of the team participate in other afterschool activities including ROTC, Band, Church, Girl Scouts and Sports. Conflicts with these activities have already been identified, specifically, an important performance in Band by two of the members. To date, no major Church, Girl Scouts or Sports conflicts have been identified. Risk 1 is open and carries a “medium” level.
  • Risk 2 – Budget Shortfall: Due to the current economic environment, fundraising is more challenging than in past years. Also, an additional level of competition, the Super Regional, has been added to the tournament schedule. To mitigate this risk the team has put more emphasis on planning both expenses and fundraising. The detailed budget in section 3.1 was developed to ensure all expenses are necessary and is constantly reviewed. For example, if the team qualifies for advancement in an early tournament, competing in additional qualifying tournaments at that level may be dropped to conserve funds. Risk 2 is open and carries a “high” level.

 

Opportunities 

  • Opportunity 1 – Expand Corporate Sponsor Requests: In the past, requests for support were made mainly to Engineering companies and organizations. Leveraging the past work in STEAM, it may be possible to get other organizations interested in supporting the team. Candidates identified for the expanded sponsorship are: government grants (from the Legislators) and local businesses.
  • Opportunity 2 – Expand Fundraising and Family Contributions: To be competitive at the World Tournament level requires a major commitment of time from all team members. This year the team building time can be spent on fundraising doing activities like car or dog washes. Any shortfall of funding the budget will need to be made up by Family Contributions.

 

Outreach and Recognition

2019 - 2020 Outreach Activities

The mission of FIRST is to show students of every age that science, technology, and problem-solving are fun and rewarding. We have become passionate about this mission as well and have focused our outreach activities to spread this vision. We have learned first-hand that while helping others is fun and rewarding. Some of our community outreach activities will include:

  • Girl Scout Homecoming Events
  • Girl Scout STEAM Event
  • Girl Scouts Annual Meeting
  • Community Events
  • Lockheed Martin – Young Minds at Work (YMAW) event

 

Recognition

FIRST LEGO League Jr – B.E.E.s

With our success during the last 3 seasons, we have been honored to receive the following recognitions:

  • Simply Awesome Machine Award 2018-2019 
  • Amazing Movement Award 2018-2019
  • Simply Awesome Machine Award 2017-2018
  • Amazing Movement Award and Artistic Eye Award 2017-2018
  • Solid As A Rock Model Design Award 2017-2018
  • Invited to World Champion 2017-2018
  • World Champion Simply Awesome Machine Award – 2016 - 2017
  • Amazing Movement Award – 2016 - 2017
  • Master Programmer Award – 2016 – 2017
  • Featured in the Citrus Peel volume 8
  • World Champion Outstanding Teamwork Award – 2015 - 2016

 

FIRST LEGO League C.A.K.E. B.A.T.T.E.R.S.

With our success during the last 9 seasons, we have been honored to receive the following recognitions:

  • Robot Design - 2018-2019
  • Teamwork—2017-2018
  • Raising Star – 2015-2016
  • Project Design – 2014 - 2015
  • Project Award – 2013-2014
  • Team Spirit Award – 2012-2013
  • Technical Design – 2011 - 2012
  • Robot Programming and Design – 2010 – 2011

 

FIRST Tech Challenge F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S.

With our success during the last 5 seasons, we have been honored to receive the following recognitions:

  • 2nd Place Control Award 2018-2019
  • Control Award - 2017-2018
  • 2nd Place Inspire Award - 2017-2018
  • 3rd Place Think Award - 2017-2018
  • Connect Award - 2016-2017
  • 2 nd Place Inspire Award - 2016-2017
  • 3 rd Place Think Award – 2016-2017
  • Think Award at a Qualifying Tournament
  • Think Award – 2015-2016
  • 2 nd Place Inspire Award - 2015-2016
  • 3 rd Place Think Award - 2015-2016
  • Think Award at a Qualifying Tournament
  • Recognized in the Citrus Peel volume 4
  • Design Award – 2013-2014
  • 2 nd Place Think Award - 2013-2014
  • 3 rd Place Inspire Award - 2013-2014
  • Finalist for the Think Award at a Qualifying Tournament

 

Resources

Brevard Girl Scout Robotics

In 2010, the FIRST LEGO League team was started, then the FIRST Tech Challenge team was started after enough of the FIRST LEGO League team reached 9th grade. Four years ago, we added the FIRST LEGO League Jr team. These teams were created to:

  • Serve the Girl Scouts by offering fun, technology-based enrichment activities and outreach with a focus on programs that are affordable and sustainable.
  • To provide a platform allowing the girls to immerse in the engineering process

If you are interested in sponsoring our teams, we will display your Company’s logo on our robot, display boards and on our website as well as in our pit area. Please provide a digital copy of your logo along with any sponsorship to:

Girl Scout Pathways

Attn: Caroline Achee 

7905 Windover Way

Titusville, Florida 32780

For more information on FIRST and the B.E.E.s, C.A.K.E. B.A.T.T.E.R.S., and F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S., please visit the following links:

 

FIRST Links

  • FIRST Website: https://www.firstinspires.org  
  • FIRST Tech Challenge Website: https://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/ftc
  • FIRST LEGO League Website: https://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/fll
  • FIRST LEGO League Jr Website: https://www.firstinspires.org/robotics/flljr
  • FTC in Florida: http://ftc.flfirst.org/
  • FLL in Florida: https://firstfl.org/firstinfl/fll/ and http://www.centralfloridarobotics.org/
  • FLL Jr in Florida: https://firstfl.org/firstinfl/fll-jr/ and http://www.centralfloridarobotics.org/ 

 

B.E.E.s Links 

  • Team Website: http://girlscouteverywhere.org/bees/

Social Media

  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/414996782209218/
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/ffljr4323BEEs
  • Instagram: http://instagram.com/frenchfries

 

C.A.K.E. B.A.T.T.E.R.S. Links

  • Team Website: http://girlscouteverywhere.org/cakebatters/
  • You Tube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/cakebatters

Social Media

  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1479542412290348/
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/FLL7407
  • Instagram: http://instagram.com/cakebatter7407/

 

F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S. Links

  • Team Website: http://girlscouteverywhere.org/frenchfries/

 

Social Media

  • Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/754597614555375/
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/ FTC_FRENCHFRIES
  • Instagram: http://instagram.com/frenchfries

 

Team Mission Statement

To inspire ourselves and others in learning more about the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) through activities like FIRST.

 

FIRST Description

The mission of FIRST is 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.

 

Program Summary

The FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) is more than a robotics program. We are a community focused on building a better world for tomorrow by engaging students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). FTC is about teaching students the value of hard work, innovation and creativity. It goes beyond competition by teaching teenagers the importance of working together, sharing ideas and treating each other with respect and dignity.

 

Team Origin, Description and History

The F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S. (Friendly, Reliable, Energetic, Nerdy, Classy, Heros, proFessional, gRacious, engIneering, tEamwork, FIRST) began in 2013 when the Minty Matrix team graduated from FLL where our last project was featured in the “Inventors” magazine (November/December 2013). We are a Girl Scout team, and this is our fifth year. Currently we have 5 members from grades 7-12 who attend 3 different schools, where one is going into the veterinarian field, one in the teaching field and the others are undecided. Two of our members have graduated up from a FLL team.

 

In 2013 we attended the Florida State Championship as a rookie team and missed going to Super Regionals by one slot. Our robot was unique in that we had a wooden scissor lift.

 

In 2014 we missed attending the Florida State Championship by one slot. The team received/recognized for the following:

  • Tesla Robotics League Championship PTC Design Award (Robot Design)
  • Third place for the Inspire Award
  • A finalist for the Think Award.

In 2015 was the first year of the Space Coast League. The team received the following:

  • 1st and 2nd League Qualifier Tournament Think Award
  • Space Coast League Championship Think Award

In 2016 was the second year of the Space Coast League. The team received the following:

  • 3rd League Qualifier Tournament Think Award
  • Space Coast League Championship Connect Award
  • Space Coast League Championship Second Place Inspire Aware
  • Space Coast League Championship Third Place Think Award

In 2017 was the third year of the Space Coast League. The team received the following:

In 2018 was the fourth year of the Space Coast League. The team received the following:

  • Space Coast League Championship Control Award
  • Space Coast League Championship Second Place Inspire Award Space Coast League
  • Championship Third Place Think Award

 

Team Organizational Structure

The Team is managed by our Girl Scout Leader and a parent of a former team member. In addition, there is two technical mentor who help the team on engineering principals and construction. Team members take on the responsibility of managing the Team, deciding on roles and completing project tasks. Everyone shares in the responsibility of fundraising. We make sure that we review and practice the following:

  • Design, build, and program robots
  • Apply real-world math and science concepts
  • Develop problem-solving, collaboration, and team-building skills
  • Build and become strong leaders
  • Understand and practice Gracious Professionalism™
  • Cooperate and compete in alliances at tournaments
  • Compete for awards on and off the field
  • Participate in a tiered competition that culminates at the FIRST Championship
  • Qualify for millions of dollars in college scholarships
  • Have fun!

Team Relationships

  • 2018 Sponsors: Girl Scouts, Lockheed Martin, NASA GSDO, DoD, FPL, Rockwell Collins and our Mentor
  • Girl Scouts provided a computer, robot parts, field mats and field perimeter
  • Special Grant from a Former NASA Employee
  • Lockheed Martin provided a competitive edge grant allowing for the purchase of robot parts, team activities, and tournament fees ($1000)
  • NASA GSDO provided a competitive edge grant allowing for the purchase of robot parts and funds for league registration ($2028)
  • NASA provided funds for FIRST Registration ($275)
  • DoD provided funds for FIRST Equipment ($350)
  • FPL provided funds ($500) • Rockwell Collins provided funds ($500)
  • Mentor supplies the wood and aluminum parts for the robot
  • Host a FIRST Tech Challenge Meet

 

Team Impact and Goals

Team Use of Resources

Team F.R.E.N.C.H. F.R.I.E.S. has taken and will continue to take their robot to local and out of county events providing information about the FIRST Programs and our Team. We encourage children to drive the robot at the events so that it would start to get them thinking about “I would like to do that!”.

 

Team Future Plans

In 2018-2019, we plan on attending as many outreach events as possible sharing our knowledge of the FIRST Programs and encouraging more girls to participate in a FIRST program where they will learn a lot of different skills that they will use the rest of their lives. We show how the following are accomplished through sharing our Engineering Notebooks, earned awards, and life experiences:

  • Design, build, and program robots
  • Apply real-world math and science concepts
  • Develop problem-solving, collaboration, and team-building skills
  • Build and become strong leaders
  • Understand and practice Gracious Professionalism™
  • Cooperate and compete in alliances at tournaments
  • Compete for awards on and off the field
  • Participate in a tiered competition that culminates at the FIRST Championship
  • Qualify for millions of dollars in college scholarships
  • Have fun!

Sustainability

Team Action/Implementation Plan 

The Team has identified the following actions for growth and sustainability

 

Team Fundraising Opportunities

Team Risk and Opportunity Analysis

We have outlined the concerns that might impact our current goals and strategies

Following is our Current Spending for all three teams:

Following is the “Cost To Rebuild” the Robot if there is an accident where we could not recover: