Archive for November, 2007

Winners of Inaugural Asian Robotics League BRIDGE BATTLE Competition Announced

Wednesday, November 21st, 2007

Seoul, Korea – November 21, 2007

More than 100 high school teams from across six countries in Asia, competed in the Asian Robotics League (ARL) “Bridge Battle” Championship. The challenging and fun competition was held from October 18-19, 2007 at the COEX Convention and Exhibition Center in Seoul, Korea. More than 400 students competed with their robots created from the popular VEX Robotics Design System. Prizes were awarded to teams in the categories of Innovation, Connect, Amaze, Inspire and Think, as well as to alliances, made up of two to three teams, that showed great skill and teamwork.

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Innovation First Brings Robotics to the Classroom

Thursday, November 8th, 2007

T.H.E. Journal writer Dave Nagel reports on new offerings for classroom robotics from Innovation First.

Read the article here.

Students from across Oahu, Hawaii Compete in VEX “Bridge Battle” Robotics Tournament to Prepare for FIRST Regional Robotics Competition

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

Honolulu, Hawaii – November 6, 2007

Up to 200 students will assemble to compete in the first U.S. “Bridge Battle” robotics competition in Hawaii. The event will take place on November 12, 2007 at the Kamehameha School’s Kapalama Campus in Honolulu. Public and private schools from around the island will participate and put their engineering and technology skills to the test.

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Innovation First, Inc to debut VEX Robotics education web page at VexRobotics.com

Monday, November 5th, 2007

Greenville, Texas – November 5, 2007

In an effort to promote greater interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) in schools across the globe, Innovation First, Inc., a leader in educational and competitive robotics products today announced the company will debut the Vex Robotics Education Web page, hosted on the Vex Robotics Web site at VexRobotics.com. The new Web page will serve as a resource for educators looking to introduce robotics into their STEM curriculum.

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