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Minesweepers is international robotics competition in which teams compete to design and build robots that can detect and report on simulated landmines in specific arena. The competition started in Egypt in 2012. It was held again in Egypt in 2013, Portugal in 2014 and Chile in 2015.

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EG Robotics is an initiative launched by Hadath Egypt for Innovation and Entrepreneurship that aims to build new scientific and business communities in the emerging field of robotics in Egypt and MENA.

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The ROV Egypt Competition is one of regional ROV competitions coordinated by the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center, which uses underwater robots – also known as remotely operated vehicles or ROVs – to teach science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and prepare students for technical careers.

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Lollybot is a very cheap mobile educational robot that was originally built for the 2012 AFRON $10 Robot Design Challenge starting in June 2012. It was developed with no budget by Dr Thomas Tilley at Payap University which is a small private university in Northern Thailand.

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Robotic Competition Based Education in Engineering (ROC-BEE) plays an important role in the knowledge development of the Undergraduate students. Participation in different practical competitions leads to a wide range of opportunities to interact with the surrounding environment and apply theoretical knowledge. Also students develop mathematical skills for the comparative study of the theoretical and practical models through mini-projects. Hence the students are prepared in all perspectives for future research work.

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Edubot is a project developed by the IEEE RAS Universidade de Brasilia Student Chapter and funded by a IEEE RAS Chapter grant. The aims of this project are to teach principles of robotics in public schools in Brasilia, spark interest in students for STEM careers, and raise awareness of the opportunities available in the field of robotics and automation in modern society.

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The Ashesi Innovation Experience (AIX) is an annual enrichment program held at Ashesi University College in Ghana, that employs design thinking, leadership training, entrepreneurship and robotics, to inspire high school students in Ghana to become innovative and creative problem-solvers.

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A group of universities and organizations have joined forces to promote robotics development in Mexico. These efforts have focused in organizing national robotics competitions, promoting the participation of Mexican teams in international robotics competitions, and on the creation of robotics curricula from high school through graduate programs. These efforts have already had significant impact on the interest in robotics in Mexico.

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  • Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-free World

    Minesweepers: Towards a Landmine-free World

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  • EG Robotics Project

    EG Robotics Project

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs, Regional Overviews

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  • ROV Egypt Competition

    ROV Egypt Competition

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs, Regional Overviews

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  • Lollybot

    Lollybot

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs

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  • Robotic Competition Based Education in Engineering (RoC-BEE)

    Robotic Competition Based Education in Engineering (RoC-BEE)

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs

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  • Project Edubot

    Project Edubot

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs

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  • The Ashesi Innovation Experience (AIX)

    The Ashesi Innovation Experience (AIX)

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs

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  • Promoting Robotics Development in Mexico

    Promoting Robotics Development in Mexico

    Education Projects, Outreach Programs, Regional Overviews

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