The Philippine Robotics team is gearing up in the preparation for the 16th Int’l Robotics Olympiad to be held this November 5-9 2014 in Beijing, China.
On the Press and Bloggers Conference held last Aug. 15, 2014 at Oakwood Premier, different teams of Young Robot Athletes from different schools in the country was introduced to represent our country to the said event. Leading the team is the Grace Christian College (GCC) Team, the over-all champion of the 2014 National Robotics Competition held last January 2014 at Phil. Trade Training Center in Pasay City.
Other teams composing the PH delegate are the young robotics athletes from Colegio De San Juan De Letran College-Calamba, St. Theodore School in Taguig City, Pasig Community, Holy Child Catholic, and Philippine YuhChiau School. Other schools are still on process of being part pf the delegation. For the schools who wants to be part of delegation, DSTC still accepts application, just visit their website http://genetic.edu.ph/ for more information.
The Int’l Robotics Olympiad is a yearly science and technology event where participants/ teams from different parts of the globe showcases their skills and abilities by designing and creating robots.
This year participants will compete with different game categories (Sumobot,Line Tracing, Mission Challenge, Robo Soccer, and Humanoid Challenge) with the theme: “Robots: Stop Global Warming.
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