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VIDEO: AfrikaBot in 30 seconds: affordable robots
Robot competitions usually require an expensive robot that starts at around $1,000.00 (South African rands about R12,000.00). AfrikaBot is affordable because you can build a competitive robot for a lot less with the correct advice.
The University of Johannesburg and its partners like the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) want more South African teenagers to get early exposure to engineering concepts, AfrikaBot gives underprivileged teenagers the opportunity to participate.
In this video find out how you can build your own robot.
VIDEO: AfrikaBot in 30 seconds: the electronics kit
AfrikaBot is the worlds most affordable robotics competition, because teenagers can use electronics they already have or build their own low cost controller.
AfrikaBot allows teenagers to build their own electronics from a kit that can be programmed with FREE graphical or FREE text software to move the robot autonomously through the maze.
VIDEO: AfrikaBot in 30 seconds: free robot software
In this video Coach Michael talks about how the AfrikaBot robot is programmed with FREE graphical or FREE text software to move a robot autonomously through a maze.
VIDEO: AfrikaBot in 30 seconds: the maze
AfrikaBot 2016 'the worlds most affordable robotics competition' requires the robot to move autonomously through a maze. In this video Coach Michael talks about how the AfrikaBot robot is programmed with FREE graphical or FREE text software to move a robot autonomously.
VIDEO: PRESS TV FEATURE ABOUT AFRIKABOT
'the worlds most affordable robotics competition'
The first robotics competition for home built robots was recently held at Zwartkops International Raceway near Centurion.
AfrikaBot is open to the public, and high school, college and university undergraduates are welcome to enter the event each year.
RESOURCES AND TRAINING:
PLEASE CONTACT US ASAP TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN GET THE FREE ROBOTICS SOFTWARE AND TRAINING
Please contact Michael 082 962 2772 to find out where you can get the electronics kits, videos of how to build your AfrikaBot and FREE PROGRAMMING SOFTWARE