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The VEX Robotics competition provides an opportunity to develop conrete projects after various practical training programmes. The competition has a special reputation as the largest robotics event worldwide. Thanks to this competition, students get engineering experience at a very young age. As a result of the championship organized every year, high school students experience different platforms. The competition is held with the sponsorship of the most important companies in the world. In fact, some local media channels in the United States are closely following the competition process.


The biggest reason why we are organizing a Vex Robotics Competition is our desire to spread this mission to Turkey. But there is also a reason why we organized it, especially in Ankara. Projects aiming to involve people in the STEM ecosystem are usually organized in Istanbul and Europe. We aimed to include the teams that could not reach STEM into this ecosystem in Ankara and we succeeded. We have realized our project for the executive minds of the future in the capital Ankara.





With participate of teams 33900A, 8862A, 11543G, 19190T, 19640A, 22911M, 23349A, 26120A, 34035A, 34115A, 46262X, 46262Y, 54437A, 54437B, 55551A, 63840H, 63840R, 86840B, 86840C, 91905T we organized a VEX V5 Ankara Tournament. They came from Beykoz Doğa Koleji, Samsun TAKEV Lisesi, Ankara Fen Lisesi, MBA Okulları, TED Eskişehir Koleji, Tevfik Fikret Lisesi, Maçka Mesleki ve Teknik Anadolu Lisesi, Doğa Koleji Bahçeşehir Kampüsü, TEV İnanç Türkeş Özel Lisesi, Açı Lisesi, Çarşamba Fen Lisesi, Hisar Okulları, Samsun TED Koleji, Doğa Koleji Ankara Çayyolu Kampüsü Fen ve Teknoloji Lisesi. Thanks a lot for their energy and ambition which inspired us during competition.

“Working on an engineering challenge is the wrong approach to go with the first idea. There are an infinite number of ways to solve a problem. The trick is to spend a certain amount of time making sure you find the simplest solution; Photos innovation (innovation) comes first. Simple solutions are always easier to implement than complex ones.”

- REC Foundation co-founder Bob Mimlitch.

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