The Makers @ School project brings new technologies and the world of makers directly into the school developing a sustainable environment. The students can go through a complete innovation cycle up to the finished prototype, starting with their own ideas and developing and demonstrating creativity and potential. (more…)

The project “Pflanzenwerkstatt” aims – according to a paradigm shift in the production and handling of food – together with pupils to find and expire a modern and urban approach for crop production. The focus is on hydroponics, where the students – supported by scientists – can elaborate the principles of these technologies. (more…)

The project KnowDrift applies a knowledge intensive cyber-physical systems (CPS) approach for realising an innovative automated robotic system to overcome limitations of the state-of-the-art solutions. The usage of machine-interpretable semantics (ontologies) to describe the concepts of manufacturing systems overcomes current interoperability barriers and enables intelligent software components to perform reasoning and infer sufficient knowledge to interact. (more…)

The iBridge project is a cross-generational project aimed at increasing the interest of children and pupils in the social and cross-cultural research topics and innovation as well as deepening their relationship to science through the application of robotics in the elderly care technologies. (more…)

Once again, PRIA is offering the Robotics Summer Camps (held in German), registration is open. Our newest offer is the Hedgehog course, and this year we added a second week of camps, making it August 21st – 25th and August 28th – September 1st. (more…)

On Friday 25th and Saturday 26th of November 2016, the “Edurobotics” and “RoboESL” conferences were held in Athens. Of course, the ER4STEM project submitted some contributions – including a poster on the Hedgehog Light Robot Controller by PRIA. (more…)

The European Researchers’ Night is a mega event that takes place every year simultaneously in many cities all over Europe and beyond. The key objective of the event is to motivate and inspire the youth to enjoy, understand and pursue science and technology by connecting them with outstanding scientists and innovations. (more…)

The European Conference on Educational Robotics has been a great success for the fifth consecutive year. Over 220 participants. presented their robots, projects and experiences between 11. April – 15. April 2016 in Vienna. (more…)

PRIA organized the 7th International Conference on Robotics in Education (RiE). The focus of RIE2016 was on the presentation and discussion of the latest results and methods in the fields of research and development in Educational Robotics. (more…)

PRIA started the Junior Journal of Science and Technology (ISSN 2518-0282), an online, peer-reviewed journal, dedicated to motivate and inspire youth to enjoy and pursue science and technology. (more…)

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