There are less than 100 days before the WorldSkills 2017 global vocational skills competition begins in Abu Dhabi! Teams from around the globe are busy making preparations for the 44th WorldSkills Competition in October. This event boasts over 1,300 participants from 77 countries. Showcasing the value of skills is the main objective of this event that is being organized by ACTVET, the Abu Dhabi Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training.
WorldSkills 2017 Sectors
There are six skills sectors that are being represented at Worldskills with over 50 different skill competitions.
- Construction and Building Technology
- Creative Arts and Fashion
- Information and Communication Technology
- Manufacturing and Engineering Technology
- Social and Personal Services
- Transportation and Logistics
WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Competition
Under the sector for Manufacturing and Engineering Technology, there are 14 skills competitions including Mobile Robotics. Competitors will be challenged to design, build, and maintain their robots in order to solve issues experienced in several industries such as aerospace, manufacturing, and medicine to name a few. At Studica, we are proud to be an official supplier and a skills sponsor of the WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Competition for 2017
Specifically for this event, we have created the WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Collection 2017. This set is exclusively available at Studica for the teams competing from around the world. Studica has been serving the education market for over 30 years. The 2017 Collection provides a wide variety of components and a programming toolkit. Additional add-on components are also available.
Featured within the collection are NI myRIO and LabVIEW systems engineering software. These elements work together to become the controller for your robot. Other items included are structural components, motors, motor controls, wheels, gears, drive train, sensors, controllers, batteries, and fasteners. The collection is designed to provide everything you need for the Mobile Robotics competition.
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