The Ministry of Education and Higher Education participates in the student robotics conference held Monday in Kuwait, on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the establishment of Kuwait Robotic Centre, which provides and implements activities for students of all levels, in addition to the dissemination of culture and awareness of robot science knowledge and its role in scientific and technological progress.
The conference aims to provide an incubator environment for students innovations in the field of robotics and to present distinctive models in this field, as well as urging students to take advantage of robot technology.
The Qatari student delegation and its supervisors stressed that the conference will allow them to exchange and discuss experiences in this field, as well as to learn and share experiences in the field of robot and its uses in scientific field.
On the first day of the event, Ahmed bin Hanbal Secondary School Team from Qatar presented the project (Rapid Intervention for Firefighting and Human Rescue) as a scientific and technical project highlighting the role of robot and its importance in serving the community.
The head of the Qatari student delegation Mariam al-Awadhi will present a working paper on robotics and its uses in education.
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