From The Royal Academy of Engineering and his project Woman and Engineering, the contest was born TECHMI, which encourages STEM vocations. It is aimed at guys from 12 to 16 years. The project must solve or deal with an existing social problem.
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The European School of Madrid participate with your project 4W-TIC, an intelligent wheelchair whose main function is to facilitate the day to day of a person with reduced mobility. For this, the boys have created a prototype that they have programmed through the application Abilix Chart.
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This prototype consists of a color sensor and another ultrasound. In addition, they have designed a model of the floor where the chair is located. In this model, the doors are painted in different colors, so that for the chair to go to one room or another, you just have to indicate by the color of the door in question. It is a project that they have carried out with great enthusiasm, and that is reflected in the final result.
I can only congratulate my companions Silvia and Beatriz for their time and dedication to these initiatives that make Educational Technology more and more meaningful within the Schools and nuestros alumnos «Techmi» for the work and creation of these great ideas that will probably make this world a better place.