Admiralty Secondary sets sail for future with new Space

03 Jun 2016

The Straits Times, 3 Jun 2016 - Admiralty Secondary School has launched a high-tech space equipped with gadgets such as drones, robots and 3D printers. The new space is about the size of two to three classrooms and was designed to be an interactive learning space for students to come up with solutions to real- life problems faced by industry or the community. Admiralty Secondary will also work with industry partners such as the SP-IDA Robotics and Maker Academy (RMA) to teach its students coding and robotics. RMA Director and SP’s Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Control Centre Director, Dr Zhou Changjiu shared how robotics and coding will become important in the future. SP’s Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering student Wilson Tai, who is also an Admiralty Secondary alumnus, shared how the new facility will help Admiralty Secondary students learn about coding and robotics.

 

 

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