DRIVING INTO THE FUTURE: LEGO ROBOTICS
Roboticists suggest that driverless cars could soon be driving on Australian roads if road legislations reform and technology matures. Developing systems to deal with inclement weather, improving sensing of pedestrians and bicycles, and less predictable elements are some of the issues that need to be addressed before we experience a driverless society. In this workshop, students will propose and program robotic solutions to develop driverless cars that sense the road and other obstacles, using a range of sensors and LEGO robotics.
This workshop is suitable for beginners.
This workshop connects (but is not limited) to these areas of the Australian Curriculum: Science (Science Understanding, Science as a Human Endeavour, Science Inquiry Skills), Technologies (Design and Technologies, Digital Technologies), Mathematics (Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, Statistics and Probability), and Humanities and Social Sciences (Civics and Citizenship).