AREL COLLEGE ROBOTICS AND CODING CLUB STUDENTS COME 2ND IN TURKEY News
The AREL College Robotics and Coding Club students tied in 2nd place with 4 other schools in the digital conversion training program “Build Tomorrows”, held by the Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV).
With their Proto Arm (Prototype Robot Arm Support) project the AREL College Robotics and Coding Club, which consists of 9th grade students from AREL Anatolian and Science high schools, came 2nd among 238 other projects in the digital conversion training program “Build Tomorrows” held by the Technology Development Foundation of Turkey (TTGV) with the approval of the Ministry of National Education. With this achievement, the students have been entitled to take part in the “OpenFab Maker Summer Camp”. The students received their prizes during the Build Tomorrows Award Ceremony participated by Assoc. Dr. Hilmi ÇOLAKOĞLU, who took part in the event on behalf of the Ministry of National Education. The students received prizes such as a 2-year online training from Üretken Türkiye co. and a 1-year training from Maker Atölye.
The AREL Robotics and Coding Club students continue to work on new projects.
PROTO ARM (PROTOTYPE ROBOT ARM SUPPORT) PROJECT
Proto Arm: The Prototype Robot Arm Support Project has been designed by AREL College students based on the discomfort faced by patients with plaster casts having to depend on their shoulders and the importance of the exercises to be done during the treatment process. The robot arm that assists the exercise of muscle structure is also designed to alert the time of the planned exercises with its alarm system. This is a prototype that can make a big contribution to the healthcare sector and has the potential to be developed in the future for use in the legs and joints.