As every year, School of Robotics organises the regional qualifiers for the North West of the FIRST® LEGO® League Challenge, a worldwide science and robotics challenge between teams of 9 to 16 year olds who design, build and program autonomous robots, and design innovative solutions applicable to real problems of great general, ecological, economic and social interest.
The theme of the 2021-2022 challenge is CARGO CONNECT (SM). Everyone depends on the transport of goods for their daily needs. As the demands on transport systems increase, we will continue to face challenges unless we find new ways, or improve existing ones, to transport products from one place to another.
While on the competition fields robots will compete in fascinating missions between planes, trucks and goods to be transported, teams will present to the juries their innovative projects to improve the transport of goods.
THE ITALIAN NORTH-WEST QUALIFICATION CALENDAR
Milan: 20 and 21 February 2022
At MEET, the international centre of Digital Culture founded by Meet the Media Guru with the support of Fondazione Cariplo.
During the event in Milan, MEET and Scuola di Robotica will animate the two days by hosting competitors and curious people, telling about the value of robotics in the education of young people and offering workshops to the public to learn, playing, the programming of the machines of the future.
To participate and/or attend the Milan Qualification at MEET: Register here
On Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 February, one-hour robotics workshops will also be organised for girls and boys aged 6 to 14: using Lego, we will build robots to explore space or solve challenges related to service robotics, in the medical, social, logistics and much more, with a space theme.
Contribution for participation in the workshop: 10 euros.
Link to register for the workshops: https://www.mailticket.it/manifestazione/7Y32/laboratori-di-robotica
Genoa: 5 March 2022
Borgonovo Val Tidone (PC): 12th March 2022
We will soon communicate the programme of the events in Genova and Borgonovo Val Tidone.
The official website of FLL Italy: https://www.fll-italia.it/fll_home.jsp