Mini Humanoid Robot Contest

A humanoid robot is a robot that simulates the shape and movement of a human being. A mini humanoid robot is a reduced-scale version that can interact with tools or its environment, whose main characteristic is its bipedal walk. In a few years, robots will cover various areas, including the delivery sector. Humanoid robots will be part of the delivery and collection of packages at home that allow a timely and reliable delivery.

In this contest the participant need to build and program a mini humanoid robot that delivers and collects packages under specific criteria

Industrial Automation Contest: Autochallenge

Auto Challenge 2021 is an event for students and professionals in engineering disciplines like electronics, mechatronics, automation and others related. Teams will be able to create a solution project to an automation challenge given by the organizers. The proposed solution will be implemented in a virtual environment, where the teams will design and code their solution.

Project Fair

A virtual space where different projects oriented to the search of technological solutions for the different needs and problems that the country and the current society are going through, developed by students and graduates from different institutions of the country, will be shown.

Junior Competition of Engineering

The contest is open to all students from 1st to 5th grade of high school from all schools worldwide, where the aim is that through innovation, creativity and teamwork they can get involved with engineering by developing improved projects or innovative essays.

Networking Contest

This contest is aimed at all Peruvian undergraduate students of universities or institutes, promoting their skills and abilities in response to the great demand for highly trained professionals in the new networking trends in CCNA and HCIA, as well as the management of Packet Tracer simulation software.

Smarts Solutions #10 Projects IA For ODS- Hackathon Edition

The objective of this contest is to call on students and university graduates to generate solution opportunities focused on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of health, education and work at national or international level. Teams will be formed by a maximum of 4 people.