Grid-EYE Lab Test | MATE ROV | MotoStudent 2018 | PetBud | Premier Farnell Technology Challenge | Raspberry Pi Educator's Challenge | Source Bots | Teacher's Pet Robotics | University IoT Challenge 2018 | The University of Strathclyde's Eco Vehicle Team (USEV) | World Solar Challenge
element14 is supporting The University of Strathclyde's Eco Vehicle Team as they prepare to enter the Shell Eco Marathon 2019. Their aim is to design, manufacture, test and race a highly efficient Electric Vehicle that can travel the furthest distance possible on the equivalent of one Litre of fuel. Follow their progress here.
Are you a University student or course leader based in the UK? Win up to £5,000 of kit for your classroom in the Premier Farnell University IoT Challenge - in partnership with Rohde & Schwarz.
element14 is supporting Sheffield University's Team Avalon in the MATE ROV Competition 2018. Follow their progress here.
element14 is supporting TLMoto, a team of students from Instituto Superior Técnico, Lisbon, Portugal, as they prepare to build a fully electric motorcycle to participate in the MotoStudent International Competition 2018.
element14 is supporting engineering students from Ulster University in the development of a smart IoT feeder for household pets.
A design challenge using an open source robotics kit for harnessing the potential of teaching STEM disciplines to students.
Sponsored by Panasonic
We invited a selection of engineering schools to develop an innovative project of their own using the Grid-EYE Sensor Evaluation Kit.
element14 is proud to support Team Sonnenwagen Aachen in developing a solar car to compete in the World Solar Challenge 2017.
Sponsored by Leeds Beckett University & Ahead Partnership
Participants in this challenge must build a working prototype for a piece of assistive technology from scratch.
Sponsored by MCM & CPC
For Anyone Who Works in or with Education: Presenting The Raspberry Pi Model B+ Camera Kit!
Sponsored by Mathworks & Adafruit
element14, in collaboration with Mathworks and Adafruit, are proud to announce the Teacher's Pet Students' Robotics Challenge.