Team Marine Bots secured a prestigious bronze medal after beating 82 teams from 77 countries at USA
Ahmedabad (Gujarat) [India]: In a stellar display of talent and innovation, RFL Academy’s teams have left an indelible mark at the World Robot Olympiad (WRO) International Chapter, in Panama, USA. Notably, Team Marine Bots, consisting of Aaron Turner, Hitarth Savla, and Vatsal Gandhi, secured a prestigious bronze medal after beating 82 teams from 77 countries.
The WRO International Chapter, a renowned global robotics competition, witnessed participation from young minds worldwide, showcasing their skills in designing, building, and programming robots. Team Marine Bots’ achievement reflects the dedication and expertise instilled by RFL Academy’s holistic approach to robotics education.
Aaron Turner, Hitarth Savla, and Vatsal Gandhi, guided by RFL Academy’s experienced mentors, exhibited exemplary teamwork, problem-solving skills, and a profound understanding of robotics concepts. Their success underscores the academy’s commitment to providing a conducive learning environment that fosters creativity, critical thinking, and practical application of knowledge.
Founder of RFL Academy, Mr. Ashwin Shah, expressed his pride in the teams’ achievements, stating, “We are delighted by the success of Team Marine Bots and RFL Techtory at the WRO International Chapter. It not only exemplifies the talent of our students but also reinforces our mission to empower young minds with the skills and knowledge needed for the future. Congratulations to Team Marine Bots and the entire RFL Academy community for these remarkable achievements.”
About RFL Academy:
RFL Academy is a pioneering institution committed to providing comprehensive STEM education to young learners. Through hands-on learning, innovative curriculum, and experienced mentors, the academy empowers students with the skills and knowledge needed for success in the rapidly evolving field of STEM. With a focus on practical application and real-world projects, RFL Academy is shaping the future of young innovators.