ADNOC 4X4 IN SCHOOLS TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGE

The ADNOC 4X4 In Schools Technology Challenge is geared towards students aged 13-21 years.

PUSHING BOUNDARIES

Push classroom boundaries and venture into new STEM terrain with the 4 x 4 in Schools Technology Challenge, which requires students to work in teams to design, build and code a miniature remote- controlled four-wheel drive (4 x4) vehicle. It must successfully navigate and complete obstacles on an off-road test track which is just as demanding as a real off-road situation, emulating the capabilities of a full size 4 x 4 vehicle.

The UAE competition places a strong emphasis on coding and programming with students challenged to innovate, using sensors and vehicle control systems on the Arduino platform along with mobile app development.

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YAS IN SCHOOLS NATIONAL FINALS 2022

There were over 690 students from over 100 schools that took part in the Yas In Schools National Finals presented by ADNOC, which was Broadcast live on YAS TV, Yas Marina Circuit’s official YouTube channel.

In the 4x4 In Schools category, first place went to Project Dune from Repton School Dubai, who finished ahead of runners up The Flaming Streak from Rochester Institute of Technology. Trackmaniacks from Heriot-Watt University came in third place.

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