EE Group STEM Competition

New to the Innovation & Technology Hub this year, two innovative and interactive competitions hosted by EE Group. Challenge your STEM class to dream bigger by letting them experience the next generation of learning tools - a programmable drone with computer vision and artificial intelligence (Tello), and an expandable, easy-to-program robot (mBot Ranger and Codey Rocky).

These VCE curriculum-mapped competitions are carefully planned to unleash a student’s creativity and enhance their STEM knowledge.

Drone Competition: Battle your school mates in a drone flying competition. If you’re feeling confident, try your hand at programming theses miniature machines*.

Thursday 14 March-Friday 15 March 10:30am-10:55am

Robot Competition: Try your hand at racing a robot around a miniature race track, using your skills to avoid obstacles and navigate to the finish line*.

Thursday 14 March-Friday 15 March 12:45pm-01:10pm

Win an awesome educational tool for your school, each day! A winning team for each competition will be announced at the conclusion of the event via the EE Group team. EE Group will determine the winning teams, and this will be stipulated based on the completion of the tasks within the allocated time and with maximum score. 

To register your student’s participation in these competition’s please sign up directly with EE Group. Alternatively, to register your students on the day please visit the EE Group expo stand before 10:30am on Thursday 14 March-Friday 15 March in the indoor Innovation & Technology Expo.

To learn more about EE Group, register your student’s participation, or to purchase a “starter kit” and give your student’s a head start click on the link below.

*2 students per group maximum, 4 groups per session maximum.

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