Robotics awards are scientific and technical challenges that offer young-participant teams (from 7 to 18 years old) the opportunity to create a wire-guided robot and to discover robotics in a playful and educational way: mecanics, electricity, IT and electronics.
For 6 months, teams have had to design and manufacture a robot fully respecting the original regulation and thus achieving their objectives.
Teams can then value and analyze their work during regional and national meetings (for those who qualify) as they take part in matches.
The Robotics awards are organized by 4 associations – Planète Sciences Midi-Pyrénées, LinuxEdu, the Friends of the Cité de l’espace and Science Animation, in partnership with the Greater South-West. They have now become a yearly event not-to-be-missed, in March at the Cité de l’espace of Toulouse.
In 2017, the Greater South-West qualification will take place on March 18th at the Cité de l’espace.
Robots will evolve on the playground and take part in individual and collective actions in connection with the main theme of this year awards.
This 24th edition of the Robotics awards is organized by Planète Sciences Midi-Pyrénées, in partnership with Science Animation MP and the Friends of the Cité de l’espace.