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The Pirelli Foundation at the 2017 Educational Robotics Festival

For the second year in a row, the Pirelli Foundation is taking part in the Educational Robotics Festival, organised by the AmicoRobot network of schools for robotics and by the Amici della G.B. Pirelli association, with the collaboration of the Department of Human Sciences for Education at the University of Milano-Bicocca. The project illustrates the Pirelli Foundation’s constant commitment to training and education.

The event, which will be held on Thursday 18 (primary schools) and Friday 19 May (lower secondary schools) in the U26 building of the University of Milan, will provide an important opportunity to introduce young people to the young science of robotics and the use of digital technologies. In particular, during the festival the elementary school children will put on display the robots they have created in the classroom and make them interact with their surroundings, while the middle school children will compete with each other in an authentic coding competition.

On both days, there will also be two meetings entitled “Pirelli and the Digital Factory: People and Robots to Create Tyres”, in which Pirelli automation experts will talk to the children and young people about the use of robots in Pirelli factories for the production of tyres. These range from the Modular Integrated Robotized System (Next MIRS) for tyre production, to Automatic Visual Inspection (AVI), the modern automatic tyre inspection system that uses innovative artificial vision technologies.

The posters of the event created by the children and young people who won the Festival’s Graphic-pictorial competition will be on display in the gallery.

For the second year in a row, the Pirelli Foundation is taking part in the Educational Robotics Festival, organised by the AmicoRobot network of schools for robotics and by the Amici della G.B. Pirelli association, with the collaboration of the Department of Human Sciences for Education at the University of Milano-Bicocca. The project illustrates the Pirelli Foundation’s constant commitment to training and education.

The event, which will be held on Thursday 18 (primary schools) and Friday 19 May (lower secondary schools) in the U26 building of the University of Milan, will provide an important opportunity to introduce young people to the young science of robotics and the use of digital technologies. In particular, during the festival the elementary school children will put on display the robots they have created in the classroom and make them interact with their surroundings, while the middle school children will compete with each other in an authentic coding competition.

On both days, there will also be two meetings entitled “Pirelli and the Digital Factory: People and Robots to Create Tyres”, in which Pirelli automation experts will talk to the children and young people about the use of robots in Pirelli factories for the production of tyres. These range from the Modular Integrated Robotized System (Next MIRS) for tyre production, to Automatic Visual Inspection (AVI), the modern automatic tyre inspection system that uses innovative artificial vision technologies.

The posters of the event created by the children and young people who won the Festival’s Graphic-pictorial competition will be on display in the gallery.

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