Students in the district of Ernakulam will be introduced to robotics via Kerala Infrastructure for Technology and Education.

Ernakulam branch of Kerala Infrastructure for Technology and Education (Kite) has started work on establishing robotics laboratories in the districts schools . Kite has already begun shipping robotic kits to schools .

KOCHI (Kite): The Ernakulam branch of Kerala Infrastructure for Technology and Education (Kite) has started work on establishing robotics laboratories in the district's schools.KITE has already begun shipping robotic kits to schools, and the initiative would explore new ways to broaden students' knowledge skills by using fun learning involving emerging technologies.Robots education, according to Swapna J Nair, Kite district coordinator in Ernakulam, gives students in government and aided schools the opportunity to receive hands-on instruction in the latest technologies such as robotics, IoT, and artificial intelligence.Students are encouraged to think critically and problem solve effectively, which will assist them in the examination of all subjects.

Each Robotic Kit, which costs about Rs 900, contains the components necessary to produce various automated models.Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan unveiled the distribution at the state level last week.Nearly 400 master trainers will be trained to use the kits, the software, and more in the first phase.These master trainers will continue to teach Little Kite students in their respective classes how to use the kits.

The preparation includes the design of traffic signals, automatic streetlights that are enabled by light sensing, an automatic doorbell, a security alarm, and audio-controlled home automation, among other things.

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