April 25 to 28: 13th Portuguese National Festival of Robotics | Robotica 2013

16 April 2013

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The Portuguese National Festival of Robotics main goal is to promote science and technology among youngsters of all cycle of studies, investigators, teachers and the general public, though autonomous robot competitions.

Filipe Neves Dos Santos’ insight:

The 13th Portuguese National Festival of Robotics will be held in Lisbon,  from 25 to 28 of April.

This festival holds the following competitions: Middle Size Soccer League – Infaimon Cup; Autonomous Drive; FreeBots; Robot@Factory; RoboCup Junior Dance; RoboCup Junior Soccer; RoboCup Junior Rescue.

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Filipe Neves Dos Santos

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