• Announcing Winners of the 2012/2013 Design Challenge

  • MIT Printable Robot
  • AERobot
  • Panyabot
  • Suckerbot
  • baobot
  • The Ultra Affordable Educational Robot Project

    2013/2014 Design Challenge: Robot Enhancements, Software, and Teaching Plans

  • MIT Printable Robot

    Winner, Hardware Category - The 2013/2014 Ultra-Affordable Robot Design Challenge

  • AERobot

    Winner, Software Category - The 2013/2014 Ultra-Affordable Robot Design Challenge

  • Panyabot

    Winner, Community Challenge Category - The 2013/2014 Ultra-Affordable Robot Design Challenge

  • Lollybot

    Winner, Tethered Category - The 2012 $10 Robot Design Challenge

  • Baobot

    2nd Runner Up, Tethered Category - The 2012 $10 Robot Design Challenge

African Robotics NetworkThe African Robotics Network (AFRON) is a community of institutions, organizations and individuals engaged in robotics in Africa. AFRON seeks to promote communication and collaborations that will enhance robotics-related education, research, and industry on the continent.

To achieve this, AFRON organizes projects, meetings and events in Africa and at robotics and automation conferences abroad. Established in April 2012, AFRON hosts a website, Facebook page, and moderated "robotics-africa" email list: http://groups.google.com/group/robotics-africa/ For the purposes of AFRON, "Robotics" is broadly defined to include related areas such as automation, computer vision, signal processing, machine learning, and other related topics.

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About AFRON

A community of institutions, organizations and individuals engaged in robotics in Africa. AFRON seeks to promote communication and collaborations that will enhance robotics-related education, research, and industry on the continent.

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