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Robotics Club

Established in 2004, Anglican High School Robotics Club is actively participated by aspiring robotics engineers and programmers. We constantly strive to develop students’ robot construction and programming skills through exposure to a variety of robotics fields and engaging professional trainers for training. Students will be given ample opportunities to compete in various internal and inter-school competitions to pitch their skills against the best to create the strongest, smartest or fastest robot. Apart from that, students are also given opportunities to develop their leadership and management skills through committee postings as well as student leader positions during internal and external events, such as IDE Series or AHS Family Fiesta. Every member will receive training in two different fields of robotics that are Lego Mindstorm (EV3) and Arduino.

The club has three teachers-in-charge, namely Mdm Nur Hidayah, Mr Hamdan Selamat and Mrs Lim Oi Leng. CCA is held every Wednesday (3.45 pm to 6 pm) and Friday (2.45 pm to 5.30 pm).

Programmes

Every year, members from the club will take part in the following competitions and events.

Jan:    CCA Showcase, CCA Welcome Party cum Games Day
Mar:    AHS Family Fiesta, IDE Series
July:   Asia Pacific Youth Robotics Competition (APYRC)
July:   DSO-DSTA Robotics Challenge @ VJC 
Sept:   National Robotics Competition
Oct:   Games Day
Nov:   World Robo Tournament, AHS Open House

The various fields of robotics ventured by our club are as follows:

LEGO (EV3) Mindstorm – It is a kit which enables students to design, construct and program robots which can perform different tasks according to assigned missions.

Arduino - Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs - light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message - and turn it into an output - activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online. You can tell your board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board. 

Club Activities 


AHS Robotics Club has achieved many milestone achievements in 2018 and 2019. 

2018
DSO-DSTA Robotics Competition @ VJC
Exploration Challenge (Sec) Light Category – 1st and 2nd positions

National Robotics Competition (NRC)
Finalist – Best Presentation Award

World Robo Tournament (WRT) @ Telok Kurau Primary
DragRacz (Sprint) – 2nd in Best Mechanical Design

2019
IDE Series
Sprint Event – 7th position
Robotics Competition (Mission-based) – 6th position