Fourth Robotics expo organized by IT University


STAFF REPORT LHR: The 4th Iconic Robotics Expo organized by Information Technology University at Arfa Kareem Software Technology Park. Dr Umar Saif, Vice Chancellor of the ITU headed the closing ceremony while Dr Nizam ud Din, Chairperson, Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) was the chief guest.

ITU students designed and built 15 robot prototypes to tackle locally applicable challenges of Pakistan.

Dr Nizam ud Din appreciated the role of ITU students for their outstanding

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Fourth Robotics expo organized by IT University


STAFF REPORT LHR: The 4th Iconic Robotics Expo organized by Information Technology University at Arfa Kareem Software Technology Park. Dr Umar Saif, Vice Chancellor of the ITU headed the closing ceremony while Dr Nizam ud Din, Chairperson, Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) was the chief guest.

ITU students designed and built 15 robot prototypes to tackle locally applicable challenges of Pakistan.

Dr Nizam ud Din appreciated the role of ITU students for their outstanding

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DUET robotics contest a starting point for young talent




Robotics is the only field which can add precision while replacing the slow manual labour in the contemporary industrial world. Thus this field faces enormous pressure from industry to produce all-purpose mobile manipulator robots which can perform simple tasks like grab, navigate and place objects at desired locations autonomously. The future of Pakistan relies heavily on advancement in the fields of engineering and science and events of this nature will encourage and motivate students

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DUET robotics contest a starting point for young talent


Robotics is the only field which can add precision while replacing the slow manual labour in the contemporary industrial world. Thus this field faces enormous pressure from industry to produce all-purpose mobile manipulator robots which can perform simple tasks like grab, navigate and place objects at desired locations autonomously. The future of Pakistan relies heavily on advancement in the fields of engineering and science and events of this nature will encourage and motivate students to

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Robotics expo kick starts at ITU




STAFF REPORT LHR: Robotics is easing the mankind lifestyles, industry etc. in various aspects. The country needs to build capacities in the important field of robotics to bring automation to ensure precision and time effectiveness. Information Technology University (ITU) has been an upfront variable in recognition of this field and strives to build eminent, skilled human resource through its different degree programs, workshops, seminars, exhibitions etc. An exhibition has kick started

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Robotics expo kick starts at ITU


STAFF REPORT LHR: Robotics is easing the mankind lifestyles, industry etc. in



various aspects. The country needs to build capacities in the important field of



robotics to bring automation to ensure precision and time effectiveness.



Information Technology University (ITU) has been an upfront variable in



recognition of this field and strives to build eminent, skilled human resource



through its different degree programs, workshops, seminars,

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Robotics subject gaining ground in Pakistan

STAFF REPORT IBD: The robotics sector has started gaining ground in Pakistan as over 60 engineering universities across the country are presently teaching robotics at the graduate and post-graduate levels. The research and development (RandD) institutes established at these universities are also undertaking innovative experimentations in robotics. "A technical group has been engaged to develop automation of industrial processes at the National Institute of Electronics (NIE) in Islamabad and

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Pakistan needs to tap rising potential in robotics science

Paras AliTHE ROBOTICS field has rich opportunities to get explored in Pakistan and the young talent if refined and put on the right direction with the international cooperation, the country could ensure a significant and sustained progress, however, all this needs a serious approach on the part of the authorities concerned."Pakistan is going to take part first time in the Global Robotics Challenge (GRC) competition to be held in India from March 14 to 17 this year at the Indian Institute of

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NUST, PSF hold engineering robotics contest

STAFF REPORT RWP: The National Engineering Robotics Contest 2012 has recently been organized by NUST, STEM Career Programme-HEC and Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF) at the College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (EME)."The contest was a platform which provided the engineering students of the country an opportunity to get the complete engineering experience," said Dr Akram Sheikh, while complimenting the efforts taken up so vigorously by NUST College of EandME on the occasion.

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Robotics lab a big tool for kids to develop games

STAFF REPORT KHI: After serving high-tech firms in Silicon Valley for 13 years, electrical engineers Afaque Ahmed and Yasin Altaf established their platform in 2004 in Pakistan in order to prepare future scientists, app developers and also to earn foreign exchange."We might have been able to earn a lot more in San Jose, California, but the satisfaction of staying close to our family and making some tangible contribution to society and the economy is unmatched," said Ahmed.They told the

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