VEX ROBOTICS BY EDUSPEC TH
Educational Robotics for Everyone
VEX Robotics is educational robotics for everyone. VEX solutions span all levels of both formal and informal education with accessible, scalable, and affordable solutions. Beyond science and engineering principles, VEX encourages creativity, teamwork, leadership, and problem solving among groups. It allows educators of all types to engage and inspire the STEM problem solvers of tomorrow!
WHY VEX ROBOTICS?
WHO ARE SUITABLE FOR THIS ROBOTICS?
WHAT OPTIONS DO WE HAVE?
Meet VEX GO. An affordable construction system that teaches the fundamentals of STEM through fun, hands-on activities that help young students perceive coding and engineering in a fun and positive way!
LET'S BUILD YOUR FIRST ROBOT !
CODING WITH ROBOT C SOFTWARE
Free software block coding. Easy to learn basic programming and can be used for STEM learning including C-Language.
Available for Windows OS only
CODING WITH VEX CODE SOFTWARE
If you don't want to install any software into your computer and you still want to learn coding. VEX Code software is your another option which you can use it for programming. Just use web browser and enjoy your programming. Especially, it's free.
VEX IQ CHALLENGE
VEX IQ Challenge Rise Above is played on a 6’ x 8’ rectangular field configured as seen above. Two robots compete in the Teamwork Challenge as an alliance in 60 second long teamwork matches, working collaboratively to score points.
Teams also compete in the Robot Skills Challenge where one robot takes the field to score as many points as possible. These matches consist of Driving Skills Matches, which will be entirely driver controlled, and Programming Skills Matches, which will be autonomous with limited human interaction.
VEX V5 CHALLENGE
VEX Robotics Competition Change Up is played on a 12’x12’ square field configured as seen above. Two (2) Alliances – one (1) “red” and one (1) “blue” – composed of two (2) Teams each, compete in matches consisting of a fifteen (15) second Autonomous Period, followed by a one minute and forty-five second (1:45) Driver Controlled Period.