Tag - Robotics

KB Renewable Robotics Camp 2016

Kimroy Bailey Renewable Robotics Summer Camp Flyer 2016 Kimroy Bailey Robotics and the University of Technology, Jamaica have partnered to present a targeted Science, Robotics and Renewable Energy summer Camp. The first week of our Renewable Robotics Camp covers: How to build a mobile robot, programing, 3D Printing, Mobile App Creation and an introduction to Renewable Energy. The second week of the camp concentrates on how to assemble a wind turbine and solar panels, how to build a basic solar...

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Renewable Energy & Robotics to Grow the economy

Renewable Energy & robotics can significantly grow the Jamaican economy. Forty years of a mere 0-1% growth has forced a mass migration of young intellectuals to work in other countries and build their economies. This article challenges the leaders of Jamaica to pursue renewable energy & robotics to achieve momentous economic growth capable of returning our country to the glorious economic days of the 17th century. In the early days when Jamaica was Queen, major cities in the even mighty United...

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Kimroy Bailey Renewable Robotics Summer Camp

Kimroy Bailey Renewable Robotics Summer Camp Kimroy Bailey Robotics and the University of Technology, Jamaica have partnered to present a targeted Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Summer Camp. The  Kimroy Bailey Renewable Robotics Summer Camp is endorsed by the Scientific Research Council and GENNEX; designed to revolutionize students’ passion in the areas of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) by utilizing the fascinating topics of Robotics and Renewable Energy to give students a memorable hands-on learning experience. Agenda Monday - Wednesday - Robotics Thursday &...

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Robotics, Renewable Energy & Farming TV Feature

Youth participation in Jamaica remains highly uneven. The adolescent voice is largely missing from decision-making and policy development. Talk Up Yout’ – a nationally televised talk show hosted by Emprezz Golding – is one of the few platforms designed to share adolescent views on issues affecting young people with solutions as the final outcome. Watch the Kimroy Bailey TV Feature Here:  'Talk Up Yout'  Television Show produced by 'Stanley & Empress Productions reaches over 800,000 viewers during it's on air season...

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Kimroy Bailey Robotics Camp Closing Ceremony in 15 Photos

The Kimroy Bailey Robotics and Renewable Energy Summer Camp culminated with a grand closing ceremony at the University of Technology, Jamaica. The function marked the end of two trilling summer Robotics and Renewable Energy camps held in Kingston from July 7-12 and July 21-25. Students were introduced to Mobile Robots, Programing, Sensors, Wind and Solar Energy and had the grand chance of touring the Wigton Windfarm where they assembled a residential wind turbine and view a demo home solar system. Here's an overview of the...

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Engineering Creativity in Primary & Secondary Schools

Digital Yard Foundation, in partnership with the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech), will host its first Robotics Symposium on Saturday, July 20, 2013, 10am – 2pm, at the Alfred P. Sangster Auditorium located at the University of Technology, Jamaica. This free event will feature a panel discussion, robotics demonstrations and student presentations. The panel discussion will be focused around the theme of the symposium - Full STEAM Ahead: Engineering Creativity in Primary and Secondary School Education – and will...

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Recipient: Prime Minister Award for International Achievement

Kimroy Bailey being awarded by the Most Hon. Portia Simpson-Miller for International Achievement at the 2013 staging of the Prime Minister Youth Award Sunday March 24, 2013 marked the pinnacle of my personal achievements when I shared the stage with the seventh Prime Minister of Jamaica, the Most Honorable Portia Simpson-Miller, ON, MP. My walk to the platform as one of the recipients of the Prime Minister Youth Award in the category of International Achievement was welcomed by applause from...

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UTech Robotics Team on TVJ

The University of Technology, Jamaica exhibited an exceptional level of engineering in the robotics competition at IEEE SoutheastCon 2011. Fourteen students from the faculty of Engineering and Computing represented the university and country in annual competition held in Nashville Tennessee, USA. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer (IEEE) is the world's largest professional engineering body, featured 50 universities from Region 3 which comprised of Southeastern United States institutions. UTech Jamaica was the only non-American institutions at the competition....

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