About us : QtPi was established in 2016 and since then it has collaborated with 40+ schools, providing training in Robotics and STEAM. QtPi has achieved significant results across the schools it is collaborating with by providing not just theoretical knowledge but also by providing practical and hands-on experience with the kit provided by it. In 2019 QtPi had stepped in Bangalore by collaborating with one of the prestigious schools, Cambridge School
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One of the highlights of the 22nd Edition of Bengaluru Tech Summit 2019 was, students were given a hands-on workshop on the first day of the summit, 18th Nov where they were told to design and build a Remote Control Car with Headlights for the competition that was held on the next day, 19th Nov. In order to control and move the car through a hurdle, students were taught and introduced to programming to build an app using App Inventor (Code2Play). The app was used to control and navigate the car using a mobile.
On the final day, 20th Nov winners were awarded by Dr. C. N. Ashwath Narayan, Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka along with other dignitaries. He is also the Minister of Higher Education, Medical Education, Information Technology & Biotechnology and Science & Technology in the Government of Karnataka.
The Students of grade 7th have actively worked on their new innovative project ideas such as Prototype of Feedback and Wheel chair using limit switch completed successfully.
On this event the students from our school participated and presented their Robotics projects like:
1. Feedback Project
2. Wheelchair using limit switch
The students participated in this event were: