How these 11-year-old girls are the future of robotics

Apr 7, 2017 | Client: VEX Robotics | TV: Your Morning, CTV, Bell Media |
Competitive robotics can be good way for students to develop skills at an early age.

In a few weeks’ time, the top 1,400 student-led robotics teams from around the world will compete head-to-head against one another in Louisville, Kentucky.  The winning team will be crowned World Champion!

One of the teams representing Canada is from Toronto, Ontario. The all-girl duo, Samantha Sedran and Katrina Usmar, will be heading to the games with their robot. Both young competitors say they’ve always had an interest in robotics and while Samantha prefers building and developing, Katrina takes on the role of programmer and researcher.


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