Collaborative robotics modular system used in education

Authors

  • Jovani Alberto Jiménez Builes National University of Colombia
  • Juan Fernando Ramírez Patiño National University of Colombia
  • Juan José González España National University of Colombia

Keywords:

Mindstorms, Fischertechnik, Handy Board, RobEd, design, creativity, learning, robotics

Abstract


This article illustrates the currently use of robotics as an educative tool to strengthen creativity, design and learning skills. the main approaches in this topic, including the Robotic Multi-Agent System RobEd are presented. The application of RobEd, which is currently being developed by the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, is focused on the high-school students of K-10 and K-11.

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Author Biographies

Jovani Alberto Jiménez Builes, National University of Colombia

Faculty of Mines. Systems Engineering School. Research group: Artificial Intelligence in Education.

Juan Fernando Ramírez Patiño, National University of Colombia

Faculty of Mines. Systems Engineering School. Research group: Artificial Intelligence in Education.

Juan José González España, National University of Colombia

Faculty of Mines. Systems Engineering School. Research group: Artificial Intelligence in Education.

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Published

2013-02-27

How to Cite

Jiménez Builes, J. A., Ramírez Patiño, J. F., & González España, J. J. (2013). Collaborative robotics modular system used in education. Revista Facultad De Ingeniería Universidad De Antioquia, (58), 163–172. Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/ingenieria/article/view/14610

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