FIRST Championship: Three Romanian teams to take part in youth robotics competition in Huston

Three teams, winners of this year’s National Robotics Championship, BRD FIRST Tech Challenge Romania, will represent the country at the FIRST Championship, the youth robotics competition set to take place in Huston.

The three teams are infO1 Robotics from Ploiești, Tea Borgs from Târgu Jiu, and Delta Force from Arad.

The team infO1 Robotics, made up of students of the Ion Luca Caragiale National College, won first place in the competition.

The Event Winning Alliance Captain award went to the team Tea Borgs, made up of students from the Tudor Vladimirescu National College.

The team Delta Force, made up of students from the Informatics High School, won the Inspire award.

Forty-eight teams took part in this year’s national championship, out of 176 teams active across the country. The teams were selected after three regional competition carried out between February and April of this year. More than 2,500 students and 350 mentors were involved in this year’s program. 

The association Nație Prin Educație has been organizing the BRD FIRST Tech Challenge Romania program, designed for high school students, since 2016. 

(Photo: Wittayayut Seethong | Dreamstime.com)

simona@romania-insider.com

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FIRST Championship: Three Romanian teams to take part in youth robotics competition in Huston

Three teams, winners of this year’s National Robotics Championship, BRD FIRST Tech Challenge Romania, will represent the country at the FIRST Championship, the youth robotics competition set to take place in Huston.

The three teams are infO1 Robotics from Ploiești, Tea Borgs from Târgu Jiu, and Delta Force from Arad.

The team infO1 Robotics, made up of students of the Ion Luca Caragiale National College, won first place in the competition.

The Event Winning Alliance Captain award went to the team Tea Borgs, made up of students from the Tudor Vladimirescu National College.

The team Delta Force, made up of students from the Informatics High School, won the Inspire award.

Forty-eight teams took part in this year’s national championship, out of 176 teams active across the country. The teams were selected after three regional competition carried out between February and April of this year. More than 2,500 students and 350 mentors were involved in this year’s program. 

The association Nație Prin Educație has been organizing the BRD FIRST Tech Challenge Romania program, designed for high school students, since 2016. 

(Photo: Wittayayut Seethong | Dreamstime.com)

simona@romania-insider.com

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