Our Robotics classes offer your child the opportunity to understand the relationship between Math, technology, and sciences.
In this course, kids are inspired and motivated in different ways to learn hands-on.
They build elaborate objects; structures and vehicles; explore fundamental principles of engineering and physics that enhance their problem solving and critical thinking skills. Throughout the class they learn to collaborate when identifying pieces, posing questions, or assisting each other.
We ignite your child’s interest in STEM most fascinating field of today Robotics
This course builds curiosity and excitement for hands-on learning. We teach the building blocks of a rangeof robotic configurations demystifying complex technology.
Students get to build and attach to theirrobots, simple machines, end effectors; Early Engineering concepts like gear systems, force-torquethe trade-off, motion pattern, walking, off-center rotation, are applied in fun, simple, and innovative wayswhile they command their robots to perform common tasks using motors, sensors, and controllers.
This course covers the fundamental skills required to program the robots for locomotion, sensing,decision making and multitasking with Mindstorms EV3.
Weekly the students build real world challengemodel of mission inspired cool robots in small teams and engage in innovative use of gears to balancepower and speed of their robot at task; enhance the robot precision and accuracy with the use of sensors;perform flawless locomotion on different terrains. It is in this course that students develop the skills andconfidence for FLL team challenges.
We introduce data logging, the statistical Process of exploiting the large data sets on EV3, and enhancedhuman-machine interfaces, and sensor technologies in bringing to life the start of the robotics applicationin self-driving cars, drones, biomedical, sports, performing arts We cover the Core Values, EngineeringDesign Process as well as the advanced EV3 programming required to excel in teams for FLL Robotics Competition.
We stress how to optimizes team results with considerations to Safety, Precision Accuracy,Cost and other design constraints as the team engage in competing to solve a real-world challenge.
In this more hands-on approach, we cover the basics of building simple
machines and end effectors motion tests. Also compounding gear
systems, transferring power, making part of robots move, walking, off center
rotation, and creating lift at a smaller scale.