A team from the Institute Maison des Sciences is taking part in the VEX Robotics competition held in Kentucky, US.
Rabat – A team of high school students at the Institut Maison des Sciences (IMS) in Fes is taking part in the world championship “VEX Robotics 2019.”
Held in Kentucky, the United States, the event kicked off on April 25 and will run until April 30.
“By winning the VEX IQ Robotics Challenge at the national level, our young college students have secured their place in one of the largest robotics events in the world,” say IMS School officials.
The IMS team won the first place and two trophies vex IQ IMS ROBOT 10.25 and Ims Robot 4.0 at London Academy after it sailed through 4 competitions.
Managed by the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation, the VEX Robotics Competition is a contest for elementary and secondary students. It is part of VEX Robotics, which is also a part of Innovation First International.
In the form of tournaments organized internationally throughout the year, the competition targets science, sechnology, engineering and math fields. It serves as a vehicle for students to develop critical life skills like leadership and project management through building robots.
The VEX Robotics competition brings together up to 20,000 teams from 45 countries, who take part in more than 1,500 VEX Competition events worldwide.