“Five Omani Teams Qualify for the World Robot Olympics in Panama”

Five teams have qualified to participate in the World Robot Olympics, scheduled to be held in November of this year in the Republic of Panama. The World Robot Olympics is one of the most prominent global robot competitions held annually.

The final qualifications took place today with the participation of 30 teams from different governorates of the Sultanate of Oman in the National Robot Competition organized by the Robot Education Center (Roboticktick).

In the Mission Robot category, three teams have qualified: “Oman Tech,” “Team Bin Hamed,” and “Team Lado.” In the Sports Robot category, the team from Sultan Qaboos School has qualified, and in the Junior category, the team from Al Alam Al Jadidah International School has qualified.

The international competition consists of four main categories: Mission Robot, Future Innovators, Future Engineers, and Sports Robot. Each team consists of two to three individuals under the supervision of a coach to guide them.

The national competition for the World Robot Olympics aims to inspire future generations and improve their proficiency in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It combines artificial intelligence and robotics.

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