PRLog - Sep. 21, 2012 - BANGALORE, India -- This year, Bangalore will play host to the preliminary qualifier round of Indian Robot Olympiad (IRO), which leads to World Robot Olympiad (WRO) being held in Malaysia. “Robotics, as some may think, is not about huge monsters that one gets to watch in movies. Robotics is a specialized branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation and application of robots and computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. Robotics, because of its structure, scope for creativity and its need for hands on application, is steadily making its way into the curriculum of students. Students are now being thought concepts of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics using hands on robotics applications. Robotics, as we sincerely believe, is the solution to most of the complex learning challenges. IRO and WRO play a major role in popularizing the learning advantage that Robotics provides. Robot Olympiad inspires 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. IRO is not just a contest, but a showcase to display the analytical, logical and creative abilities of kids who have been trained in robotics” says Sajeev Karuthody, Director of Edutech.
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In this event, which expects participation from over 50 prestigious schools of Bangalore and surrounding districts, children in the age group of 9-19 years will display their robotics skills in various formats. Using Lego’s NXT kits, the contestants will build robots that run on a pre-designed obstacle course. The winners are declared based on numerous parameters including design, speed and accuracy. Greenwood High International School, situated near Bellandur Circle, is the chosen venue for the challenge and is being equipped to handle the huge visitor and participant base that has religiously been a part of previous 6 Indian Robot Olympiads.
The stage is all set and the students are on their toe. May the best man, no, may the best robot win!
Indian Robot Olympiad (IRO) is one of the largest Robotics competition in India for students between the age group of 9 to 19, held since 2006.
The 7th Indian Robot Olympiad is an event for science, technology and education, which brings together the young people all over the world to develop their creativity and problem solving skills through challenging and educational robotics competitions.
It is a not-for profit competition supported and organized - for the South Indian region -by Edutech.
IRO is the Indian chapter of World Robot Olympiad that provides a unique platform for students to showcase their talent & creativity and represent India at the international level.
Indian Robot Olympiad, a qualiﬁer for world events, witnessed a participation of 800 students from 4 cities making it the most successful Indian Robot Challenge ever.
For more details visit www.indianrobotolympiad.org
World Robot Olympiad (WRO) is the world's most popular Robot Olympiad with over 3000 individuals from 35 countries participating in 2011.
The World Robot Olympiad is an event for science, technology and education which brings together the young people all over the world to develop their creativity and problem solving skills through challenging and educational robotics competitions.
For more details visit www.wro2012.org
Edutech is a leading provider of education solutions. We enable schools, universities and corporates to improve performance by facilitating 'knowledge enrichment and skills Enhancement'.
As "learning specialists"
As exclusive authorized partner of LEGO® Education in South India, Edutech has worked with several governments, education ministries and schools in developing a future ready generation of students through robotics with a strong understanding of STEM subjects.
For more details visit www.edutech.com
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