Our congratulations goes to our Middle School Team 68885A for winning the Judges Award at the recent VEX Robotics National Championship held from 30 November to 2 December 2018! The Nationals were held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The Judges Award is awarded when the team receives recognition from Judges for special accomplishments. Well done to the students of Team 68885A for your work through the season and for finishing the season despite the challenges faced.
Congratulations to the VEX IQ Team 68885A!
Congratulations to our High School Robotics Team 89999A for winning the VEX Robotics State Design Award at the VEX Robotics Competition on 9 November 2018!
The team has spent many hours working on their robot and testing it to see if it works well. Many more extra hours were put in to make sure all was in place for the competition. What a feat! What a time!
Congratulations to our beloved VEX Team for a job well done. You should be so proud of your efforts because you deserve it! 🙂
Innovate Technology and Robotics Academy’s middle school team 68885A participated at the Vex IQ Robotics Competition at Mount Alexander College on 17 October 2018 and what a time they had!
It was a busy day competing and showing the judges their work, robot design and many rounds of games. However, at the end of the long and exciting day, the team won not one but two awards!
Team 68885A won the Team Work Award (for winning the tournament in alliance) and finally the Excellence Award for being the team that showed outstanding overall work through the day and beforehand.
Congratulations Team 68885A for your persistence all through the season and the effort you have put in throughout. All the best for the next tournament and the upcoming Nationals in December 2018. May the force be with you!
Innovate Tech Academy’s Middle School Robotics Team 68885A is participating in this year’s Vex IQ Robotics Competition “Next Level” through the 2018 – 2019 robotics competition season.
Congratulations to our team 68885A for winning the Design Award at the VEX Robotics Competition State tournament held on 10 September 2018 and Innovate academy students, Shannon, Keanen and Dinith. We look forward to continually doing our best through the season till the Nationals.
A Team that Works Together, Achieves Together! We will keep on working towards the Next Level!
LEGO WeDO 2.0 comes to Innovate Academy! Hurray!
Over the past 5 years, our junior students have been growing and learning robotics with WeDo 1.0 and it has been tons of fun and learning. Not only have the juniors made various cute models, they have also discovered how things work in the process.
Putting the pieces together have been challenging for some children, but most of them, with the right attitude, have continued to persevere and achieved their goals at Innovate Academy.
The beauty of WeDo 1.0 was the way it made robotics simple and fun for the young ones and it certainly built up the confidence of younger kids.
However, WeDo 2.0 takes it all forward literally! Our contraptions can now move away! Yes, we cannot wait to explore this with the juniors at Innovate Academy and at Innovate Tech Camps (our upcoming Spring Holiday Camps). Book your Junior’s place today!
WeDo 2.0 here we come exploring!
Over the past year, Innovate Tech Camps has launched a module on Aerial Robotics which focused specifically on drones and drone technology.
Drones are amazing because they can do so much. Aerial media can be collected for industries, monitoring traffic, inspections of buildings, towers and bridges etc. Instead of making people climb up roofs and other dangerously high places, drones can be sent to take photos or conduct various inspections which is great progress. Technology should be used for dangerous jobs so that people do not have to take those risks.
At Innovate, students learn about drones, how they are used, why they are becoming important, how they work and other facts about drones. Plus, they learn how to handle drones and fly responsibly through set tasks.
Through Aerial Robotics, students understand the amazing things about drone technology and how this technology impacts the world and they start to think more deeply about the various industries that will greatly benefit from using drones – which is what innovation is all about.