what we do

Next generation robo programming

We offer a comprehensive package of services
Robot programming and design training
 Create robot teams to compete locally and compete globally
Organizing robot competitions in Germany
Accredited curricula
Previous experience in the field of training
 Courses for all ages up to post-university
 The robot is no longer confined to the school stages but has become one of the hobbies that affect our lives
 We have heard a lot that robots will become part of our daily lives everywhere – in hospitals, factories, banks and the agricultural field. But aren’t we really surrounded by these robots? What makes the washing machine spin? What makes the lamp inside the refrigerator light up? Understanding the internal logic of robots we already have will help us design future robots.

Our plan is as follows Each stage has a plan, so we’ll start with the beginners

In our training course on robotics design for children, children will learn how to program 3D virtual robots. Your kids will have fun, as they are using the plane simulator, when programming robots to navigate the diverse 3D mazes while learning the basics of mechanics, physics, and engineering.

During the course, students will learn and implement the following concepts:
 Programming statements: if / else, loops, while,
Variables: Use variables to store information
Sensors: Use touch, color, gyroscope, and tachometer sensors

Students will get to know the learning environment and begin programming 3D virtual robots in (block based programming language). As students progress through the course, they will translate what they learn in Blockly into programming lines in Java. By the end of the course, children will write smart code in Java and solve complex mazes using different sensors.

Learning environment
Programming simulation program
Kids will use the game design environment to control 3D virtual robots among many obstacles, challenges and competitions.
Students will get to know the development environment and the robot that they will program. They will learn the following commands: Move Forward, Move Backward, and Rotate. It is dependent on the Blockly platform to perform programming at this point (Block Based Programming).
Students will learn how to use a gyroscope, how to see input, and how to measure how speed affects the accuracy of movement.
Students will learn what a loop is and how to program it using the same starting conditions and placement of the loop.
Students will learn what a variable is and how to use the variables to store information. They will program the robot to create a snail path by measuring the increasing / decreasing radius.
Intended students will learn the touch sensor and how to use it to change the movement path. They will program the robot to overcome the available obstacles while using the touch sensor.
Students will learn about the color sensor and the speed / distance sensor (tachometer). They will learn how to calculate the driving distance by measuring the ratio between the angle of rotation of the motor and the outer circumference of the wheel.
In the last module, students will be exposed to creating a new robot. And the robot will not only have one sensor, but two sensors. They will use the relative control algorithm to monitor the robot’s speed. In the final project, students will solve the last and most complex maze. They will decide which sensor to use and which sensor to use to achieve the best results in the shortest time possible.