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Robotics and code event at University of Cyprus

Robotics technology will be discussed at the workshop

AN EVENT focusing on technology, robotics and programming code will take place on Tuesday evening to mark Europe Code Week and the European Robotics Week.

The main goal of the event to be held at the University of Cyprus at 6pm is to bring people closer to technology and robotics.

Parents, children, teachers, students and friends of technology will be able to attend lectures and presentations of aerial and underwater robots and presentation of robotic systems used in education, medicine and agriculture.

Robotic systems are considered very important tools as they have a wide application in industry, telemedicine and other areas where deployment of humans would be risky.

The Cyprus Association of Research and Innovation Enterprises (CARIE) is co-organising the event in cooperation the KIOS Research Center for Intelligent Systems and Networks, the IEEE Cyprus Section and the Business Liaison Office of the University of Cyprus.

Europe Code Week welcomes any activities that aim to promote coding and its main goal is to improve the visibility of coding on a European level, motivate people to start learning to code, and connect individuals, groups, organisations and companies who are willing to share good practices and help more people experience the joy and relevance of coding.

European Robotics Week includes a host of various robotics-related activities across Europe for the general public, highlighting the growing importance of robotics in a wide variety of application areas.

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