Comau's e.DO Experience at Brazil Campus Party

2019-08-12
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Comau, a member of the FCA Group and global leader in advanced industrial automation products and solutions, is exhibiting e.DO, the new small and modular robot developed for education, at the Brazilian edition of Campus Party – the largest geek campout in the world – being held in the city of Natal – RN from August 16-18.

It's e.DO Experience's first showcase in Brazil within a dedicated environment involving students, gamers, makers, designers, entrepreneurs and the geek community.

e.DO is a modular, multi-axis articulated robot with integrated open-source intelligence designed to make learning, creating, exploring and programming fun and more interactive. This compact robot is a key part of Comau's innovative educational platform – called e.DO Experience – for students, teachers and industry professionals.

This platform provides a new approach to robot-enhanced learning and uses the e.DO robot to make teaching more hands-on and stimulating in schools and elsewhere. It integrates key skill areas such as robotics and STEM subjects.

All around the world, Campus Party is a space to interact with the cutting-edge and try the latest applications of the most advanced technology. For the attendee, this event is a 3-day pursuit of innovation and creativity.

There are thousands of developers, gamers and geeks equipped with laptops that camp out for a variety of programs, including: conferences, talks, workshops, challenges and a hackathon. The Campus Party organization expects over 60,000 visitors from different cities, states, countries, and cultures.

Besides the Digital Education, Simulators, Games and Drone areas, there's the "Roboticampus", a dedicated space where people and companies showcase their projects within the robotics field. That's where Comau's e.DO educational robot is spotlighted.

Featuring the same innovative, easy-to-use engineering that characterizes Comau's award-winning industrial robots, e.DO meets the needs of very different worlds from schools and universities to event-organizers and community centers.

Events like Campus Party connect talent, institutions, companies, communities, and NGOs, inviting them all to use technology and, together, build the future.

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