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SP Robotics launches 'Makers Lab' to boost innovation in the fields of Robotics & IoT

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SP Robotics, one of the leader in providing innovative, hands-on education on latest technologies such as robotics, IoT (Internet of Things) through a structured learning experience has announced the launch of 'SP Robotics Maker Lab', a first of its kind platform, empowering young entrepreneurs to boost innovation in the fields of Robotics and IOT in the country.

Active in thirty locations, 'Maker Lab', is creating an amalgamation of the best of STEM Education, STEAM Education, Robotics Institute, Maker Space, and Innovation Lab, along with its franchise partners aim to create a revolution in robotics education through its MAKER LAB model and making it more accessible.

"Our mission, to be the gateway to explore technologies and showcase innovations from people of all ages, helped us in creating a model (SP Robotics Maker Lab). This mission of ours cannot be achieved by a single entity - but collectively with like-minded people around, we can do wonders," said co-founder of SP robotics, Sneha Priya.

"Now, with our maker lab, every individual will have access to learn such technologies at a highly comfortable price with practical experiments. We also provide opportunities to apply the learning's in industry level projects, competitions and more - transforming a young mind to a professional creative thinker!" said co-founder of SP Robotics, Pranavan.

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First Published: Wed, June 27 2018. 15:55 IST
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