What we offer
These programmes fits snugly into the yearly syllabus for a school/college. We offer 20 sessions of one hour each, spread through the year, thereby ensuring maximum retention and learning.
These short programs can be tailored for a single day, two days (weekend), five days (weekdays) or for a month. These intensive programs are massive crowd pullers wherever we go.
Innovation Labs offer the students the opportunity to learn, create and build the projects they are most inclined towards. Just Robotics helps setup these labs in schools, colleges or even terraces of an apartment complex.
Just Robotics also takes up industrial projects such as special purpose machines (SPM), vision and inspection systems, sensors and data acquisition engines, and system integrations.
Just Robotics strives to deliver technology in its simplest form to people - right from kids, students, and professors to researchers, engineering professionals and technologists. We believe that technology is a tool and the highest impact happens when technology is learnt in its simplest form. Knowledge should emerge from problem situations so that students “have a strong conceptual basis for reconstructing their knowledge at a later time.” Just Robotics aims to make learning science and technology simpler, easier and quicker - supportive to the classroom pedagogy. With the extensive use of platforms such as robotics, open source hardware and software, out-of-the-box tools, and a cutting-edge focus on skill hacking, and encouraging jugaad innovations, Just Robotics lives by the code we have wired into our system. Yes, just like a robot.
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