"Aerial Assist was so fast,"
" tough and fun!"

2014 Season - Aerial Assist

The Highlanders are proud to introduce our 2013 robot Quasar. The Highlanders build a kicker to launch a large ball into the high goals for Aerial Assist! Our robot was able to shoot in the "hot" goal in auto, and pass and shoot in teleop.

Robot Details

Check out some of our robot and season details.

Quick Facts

  • Robot Name: Quasar
  • Weight: 101 lbs
  • Drive Train:6 4" wheeled tank drive, 4 CIM 15 ft/s
  • Shooter: kicker with 2 RS775
  • Auto: Shoot in high goal with hot or not vision code.
Spec Sheet


  • Insland Empire Regional
  • Rank: 8th/semi-finals
  • Engineering inspiration award Winner
  • Colorado Regional
  • Rank: 10th/Semi-Finals
  • Engineering Design Winner
  • Houston Championship
  • Rank: 12th/Galileo Division

Champs Recap

Aerial Assist

For Autonoums alliances earn bonus points for scoring balls in this mode and for any of their robots that move in to their zones. For each ball scored in a “hot” goal, the Alliance earns additional bonus points. For teleop Alliances must cycle a single ball as many times as possible for the remainder of the match. With the single ball, they try to maximize their points earned by throwing balls over the truss, catching balls launched over the truss, and scoring in the high and low goals on the far side of the field.

Quasar Reveal Video

2014 Aeriel Assist

Introducing Quasar

Game Details

Season Recap

Our 2917 season was amazing! We attended 3 regionals and the World Championship. For this season the team built all custom gears and gear boxes for the drive train, gear mechanism and the climber. While we underestimate how challenging shooting would be our robot was an amazing gear cycler and fast climber. This robot was tough, it even fell a few times, and never broke! We had such a successful season!

Quasar Video Colorado
Game Details
Worlds Recap
Vegas Recap
Chairmans Video

This game was secretly called Aerial Assault!