07
Dec
2015

Uptime supported outstanding Robotics teams from small county schools

Young tech enthusiasts are awesome! Children will get into activities to try out new things, do stuff with their own hands. For roboticists, it is the feeling when your first codes make the robot follow commands and obey your will.

We wish that all children could participate in technology hobby groups and get the opportunity to learn robotics, something that seems really difficult but actually is not. Cool automatons can be built and brought to life with simple programming merely using Lego bricks.
We encourage the smaller counties and schools to also open and maintain robotics hobby groups. This is why we are supporting the outstanding clubs from small schools, help them get better equipment and to develop their activities.

Six teams from small county schools participated on Robotex, the biggest robot competition in Northern Europe, and really put their new and advanced robots to the test.

Results were outstanding- all teams brought home trophies and were taking turns in the award stage.

We hope all our contestants had fun and will go to many such robot competitions, there are variety of tournaments both locally and internationally, because practice makes perfect.

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