The first flow of Armath summer technocamp had united 10-14-year-old 220 schoolchildren from Armenia and Diaspora. The 13 teams of the 10-day technocamp had to make robots that would seek a way out of the maze. They solved the issue through SEROB 3 Robotics kit and Arduino/Raspberry platforms, using C++, Python, Snap programming languages that they learned during the camp days.
Team 11 was the winner of “Out of Maze” robot competition attended by Armath students from Yerevan and Tavush, and other schoolchildren.
Second and third places were taken by team 2 (schoolchildren from Yerevan, Armath students from Lori province and Norshen community of Artsakh) and team 3 (Armath students from Yerevan and Mataghis) respectively.
There were mentors from Armath engineering network working with the kids, and the works of the latter were evaluated by the contest jury members: Hakob Arshakyan, the first deputy minister of Transportation, communication and ICT, Hrachya Khachatryan, CEO of Symotec company, Arman Poghosyan, CEO of Instigate, and Hayk Voskanyan, coordinator of COAF's SMART center Next-Gen lab and IT projects. At the end of the competition the winners received diplomas and encouraging prizes for the robot competition as well as for the victories of football, swimming and the "Best Armath Student" competitions held within the technocamp.
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