We encourage you to host a virtual event, or celebrate at home with your family group. Please check the state guidelines before considering a Robotics Week event.
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Build a robot, draw a robot, code a robot with your friends. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your friends, family, or community. Share with us how you will be celebrating!
World Vex Championship Scrimmage to prep for World event
Vex Midwest Scrimmage website
2222 Marion-Mt.Gilead Road
Yaskawa Motoman, a leading robotics company in the Americas, is hosting educational events at its facility in Miamisburg on April 10. HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE STUDENTS highly interested in robotics and automation technology are welcome to attend. Visits will include a tour of our robotics lab to see and interact with live demonstrations. Students will have the opportunity to talk to engineers and technicians regarding automation and career opportunities. One-hour sessions are available with a limit of 25 students per group. Registration is required.
Session times: 9:00 - 10:00 am; 1:00 - 2:00 pm. More may be added as required.
To schedule your group, please contact Kelly Thomas: email@example.com or call 937-847-3483.
100 Automation Way
Founded by the Society of Manufacturing Engineers in 1986, the National Robotics Challenge is the longest continually operating robotics event in the United States, and is the premier educational ?event for open-platform robotics competition. With entry fees that are low and no mandatory kit to buy, teams have more money to spend on the materials and equipment to build robots.
The National Robotics Challenge website
The National Robotics Challenge
220 E. Fairground St.
In honor of National Robotics Week, FANUC America is hosting facility tours and demonstrations. Students, parents and school faculty are invited to this special automation event. Please register to attend a one-hour session.
FANUC for Education Tours website
FANUC America Corp.
7700 Innovation Way
Imagination and science will come together on April 17 during the Junior FIRST® LEGO® League (Jr.FLL®) Expo at Mansfield Seventh-Day Adventist School. Teams of 6 to 9 year-old children and their Coaches will demonstrate their research and construction skills, creative thinking, teamwork, sportsmanship, and sense of community.
Now in its tenth year, Junior FIRST LEGO League is geared toward 6 to 9 year-olds, introducing them to the wonders of science, technology, and robotics through LEGO building. This international program was created in a partnership between FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and the LEGO Group to capture young children’s inherent curiosity and direct it toward discovering the wonders of science and technology.
This year’s “DISASTER BLASTERSM” Challenge calls for teams to explore one of today’s most relevant topics: natural disasters. Through their research project, teams discover how people prepare for, respond to, and recover from intense natural events. After conducting research, teams build a model with motorized parts using LEGO® elements and present their research journey on a Show Me poster.
The April 17 expo at Mansfield SDA School is an opportunity for Jr. FLL teams from around Ohio to come together and share what they have created and discovered. The event is free to Jr. FLL teams who register with Mansfield SDA School.
1040 West Cook Rd.
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