Last week Bob and I hosted 9 students from San Diego County that are participating in FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL).
During their visit we discussed many useful things, such as:
- What is grey water?
- How much grey water do we make every day?
- How does the Nexus eWater system work?
- What is the impact of homes using recycled grey water?
FFL is a program that supports children and youngsters in order to introduce them to science and technology in a sporty atmosphere.
Every year, FIRST® LEGO League releases a Challenge, which is based on a real-world scientific topic.
Each Challenge has three parts: the Robot Game, the Project, and the Core Values. Teams of up to ten children, with at least two adult coaches, participate in the Challenge by programming an autonomous robot to score points on a themed playing field (Robot Game), developing a solution to a problem they have identified (Project), all guided by the FIRST LEGO League Core Values. Teams may then attend an official tournament, hosted by our FIRST LEGO League Partners. This year's Challenge is hydrodynamics.
Good luck, students!
Josh Fuller, Marketing & Sales
Josh Fuller is a 3-year team member at Nexus eWater and leads Nexus’ inside sales and marketing activities. Josh earned his BA in Communication and Information Sciences in 2009 and his MBA in 2014, both from The University of Alabama.