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STEAM Labs for Elementary School, Middle School, and High School students
Students learn how to develop Augmented Reality mobile apps using the C# programming language.
Students develop AI projects that simulate human cognitive processes and apply them to everyday situations.
Students acquire an understanding of scientific concepts about the production and application of renewable energies.
internet of things
Students are introduced to home automation technology through smart home scenarios.
3D printing and design
Students develop disruptive thinking, creativity, and spatial intelligence by challenging their abilities to perceive space and object proportion.
Students develop projects and processes that are a scale representation of real machines or living beings. They develop transversal competencies, such as problem-solving, collaboration, and project management.
Students are introduced to industrial electric tools in a safe environment. They will develop design skills, creativity, motor skills, and spatial intelligence.
Students design, assemble, and program electronic circuits from different components, programable cards, and boards.
Students will observe and have hands-on experiences as they discover basic science (physics, chemistry, and biology) principles and phenomena.
STEAM Stations for Elementary School, Middle School, and High School students
Students will explore home automation technologies as they program stations for smart homes. This station is composed of Electronics, IoT, and AI projects, as well as cross-curricular applications.
Students will assemble and program autonomous vehicles. Robotics and Electronics are applied to control the vehicle, and the chassis and bodywork are created with 3D printing.
Students will simulate a manufacturing cell as they program and control collaborative robots (or cobots). This station includes projects related to Robotics, AI, and IoT, as well as cross-curricular applications.
Students will design, prototype, and create products as they leverage technologies such as 3D printing, laser engraving, CNC, and manual machining.