This 2-day workshop is intended for children and young people who have already had a previous contact with robotics and want to further explore Arduino robot programming.
In the first part of the activity the participants will work with classic Arduino Uno boards, using sensors, actuators and peripherals based on C language. Then, the participants will work on Bot’n Roll, a Arduino compatible small mobile robot. Activities with the robots are expected during the workshop, namely robot dancing, robot running obstacle courses, robots in search and rescue missions, etc.
The sessions will be held at ROB9-16 headquarters – Taguspark campus.
Técnico shuttle provides student transportation to and from Taguspark campus.