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DSP Jahrbuch 2017/ DSP Yearbook 2017

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ROBOTICS South African

ROBOTICS South African Teams Excel at Virtual Get Excited About Robotics (GEAR) Competition By Tanja Karp, Patricia Gouws, and Kabelo Pheeha The Virtual GEAR competition, an international LEGO MINSTORMS EV3 robotics challenge offered to learners aged 14 years old or younger, was held February through May 2017. Seventeen teams from South Africa, Germany, and the United States of America participated, competing in two different categories: First Timers were reserved to teams with no prior robotics competition experience and Global Competitors had to form international alliances during the competition. All robot designs and compe ti tions were performed locally and results were uploaded to Cloud Storage. In February, teams were given instructions to design their game field for this year’s challenge “Flippin’ Out”, where the robot had to operate in a fast food restaurant and had to deliver orders of hamburgers, chips, drinks, shakes, and ice cream to customers’ trays. They were also asked to create and upload a team introduction video describing where they live, how robotics is implemented at their school/club, and why they are participating in the competition. The videos were shared with all participants and the challenge rules were distributed. Four weeks into the competition, teams uploaded a trial run video, showcasing which tasks their robot could already complete. They received feedback on their performance and had another month to improve their design. By end of April, teams up loaded an engineering design video in which they explained their robot design, team responsibilities, and their game strategy. The competition was finally held during the first week in May and the organizers joined the teams via video-conferencing. The final scoring was determined from the scores at trial run and game day and the quality of their engineering design video. Teams from South Africa took places 1-4 in the First Timers category and were part of each alliance in the Global Competitors category. Lego-Robots: First Lego League Competition 2017 In the 2017 FIRST® LEGO®League Challenge, students age 9 to 16 from 80 countries made a splash with HYDRO DYNAMICS. Learners learned all about water – how we find, transport, use, or dispose of it. What might become possible when we understand what happens to our water? On Saturday, 25 November 2017 the DSP Lego-Robotics Team “S.E.A” participated in the First Lego League Gauteng Central Tournament at the Theo van Wijk Hall at UNISA. Team members: 1. Mary-Anne Katerere Project Part+ Core values 2. Eyakhe Mkhabela Project Part+ Core values 3. Jaden Moodly Project Part+ Core values 4. Zong-Han Tu Project Part+ Core values 5. Ofentse Seotloadi Project Part+ Core values 6. Timo Johannsen Technical Support 7. Jannis Spath Technical Part 8. Arieh Thill Technical Part 9. Theo Feucht Technical Part First Timers 2nd Place: German International School, Pretoria, Gauteng Virtual GEAR was organized jointly by Tanja Karp, an Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Texas Tech University who is currently a U.S. Fulbright Scholar at UNISA’s Inspired towards Science Engineering and Technology (I-SET) community engagement project, Patricia Gouws and Kabelo Pheeha from I-SET. Training was offered to Science Centre staff in September 2016 through SAASTA and the program was presented at the 2016 SAASTEC Conference in Richards Bay in November. Virtual GEAR is part of the Association of Science Technology Engineering Mathematics and Innovation (ASTEMI). Participation is for free and the next Virtual GEAR competition will launch in January 2018, hopefully with many new robotics teams from Science Centres, schools, and after school clubs. Hydro Dynamics: Robot Game 102 DSP Jahrbuch 2017 – Neigungsfächer & Profilierung

World Robotic Olympiad | Costa Rica 2017 The Deutsche Internationale Schule participated in the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) in San Jose, Costa Rica from 10 to 12 November. International Robotic Soccer Our two robotic soccer robots have been prepared over a period of three years. In the build-up to the WRO Jens, Jean and Abdaul developed complicated strategies from scratch. In the soccer pool the team faced three very strong teams out of the four teams. The team was able to win one of the three soccer games. During the team’s interaction with many of the world’s top soccer teams, they were able to learn different programming and soccer strategy skills. Represented BOSCH and our country The team proudly represented BOSCH as our main sponsor and South Africa wherever they went. Many teams from around the world enjoyed taking photos with the team. The team connected with other young people that also have a great interest in robotics. These new-found friendships have been nurtured by collaboration among the teams, exchanging concepts and building designs for the next complicated robots. Last but not least we also appreciated learning about Costa Rica and its culture. We thank Bosch for exposing the DSP robotic team to this unforgettable experience! In keeping with the WRO motto: It is not whether you win or lose, but how much you learn that counts, we hope that through knowledge transfer, robotics will grow from strength to strength at the DSP, as well as our partner schools. World Robot Olympiad (WRO) brings together young people from all over the world to develop their creativity, design and problem solving skills through challenging and educational robot competitions and activities. The international WRO final takes place once every year in November. This year students had to come up with innovative solutions to create sustainable robots that can help sustainable regions all around the world. They can help reach the Sustainable Development Goals. Can you help us by taking action to preserve our Mother Earth? Robots for sustainability !! WRO Park Me WRO Bare Foot DSP Jahrbuch 2017 – Neigungsfächer & Profilierung 103

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