EZ-Robot provides robotics education to young people who are confident of the future

EZ-Robot provides robotics education to young people who are confident of the future

EZ-Robot emphasizes the importance of robotics education in a technologically advanced world and demonstrates the largest involvement in the field

Calgary, Alberta, September 8, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – With the rapid implementation of machine learning, artificial intelligence and automation, it is more important than ever for students to learn about robotics and technology.

EZ-Robot addresses this transformation, providing educators with valuable tools to raise STEM and STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education and increase knowledge of artificial intelligence among students.

Why is this important?

“The robotics and artificial intelligence industries are advancing at a pace that far outstrips the number of students graduating from our schools with these literacy skills,” says Dennis Campitz, CEO of EZ-Robot. in all industries. For this reason, it is important that all students acquire literacy in these two technologies, not just those with an engineering mindset.”

The robotics and artificial intelligence industries are expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. Market Research Future (MRFR) forecasts that the global robotics market will reach $214.68 billion in 2030, with a compound annual growth rate of 22.8%.

Despite this paradigm shift in the workplace, schools are struggling to engage students in these subjects. Average high school robotics enrollment is less than 3% for boys and 0.3% for girls.

“Imagine, we are in the midst of the largest workforce transition in history, and in a middle high school with 2,000 students, only 33 are receiving this education, while 1,976 people are not learning anything about these technologies that will change all aspects of society,” Campitz said. It inspires us to reach more young people every day.”

Campitz has taught and demonstrated robotics to more than 20,000 students in classrooms around the world, and schools implementing his strategies for teaching robotics and computer science will see enrollment increase up to tenfold, with girls’ participation exponentially increasing.

“EZ-Robot works to bridge the gender gap in STEM education,” Campitz said, “The way we teach robotics engages a wide range of students, regardless of age, gender, socioeconomic background, or academic ability.”

Among middle school and high school students, the impact is greater, with 90 percent indicating that they would like to learn robotics with the EZ-Robot.

As the world undergoes rapid technological and economic transformation, the World Economic Forum predicts that one billion people will need upgrading skills by 2030. Teaching robotics gives students the skills they will need in an increasingly technological world.

EZ-Robot provides hands-on learning using real-world scenarios and challenges students to use computational and evaluative thinking. Their interactive approach to STEM and STEAM education fosters a highly engaging learning environment that challenges students’ problem-solving skills and advances their cognitive abilities while building confidence and resilience.

EZ-Robot has a crowdfunding campaign on Equivesto and is looking for investors to help support its continued growth. Investment opportunities start from $1000 and are RRSP and TFSA eligible. To learn more, please visit https://portal.equivesto.com/offering/ez-robot.

About EZ-Robot – Founded in Calgary, Alberta, in 2012, EZ-Robot is the world’s most powerful, versatile, and user-friendly educational robotics platform. In the past decade, EZ-Robot has inspired, engaged, and contributed to the growth of more than one hundred thousand students and educators in 170 countries across North America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Australia.

About Dennis Campitz – Dennis is globally recognized as a leader in robotics and artificial intelligence education. He is regularly invited to speak at education and robotics conferences. This fall, he will be speaking at the IROS Conference in Kyoto, Japan and GESS Dubai, the largest education conference in the Middle East. Dennis is passionate about ensuring our young people have the skills needed to succeed in their new workplace. Over the past decade, he has taught and demonstrated robotics to more than 20,000 students and helped over 22,000 teachers understand how robotics and artificial intelligence impact the workforce. Schools implementing his strategies see enrollment in robotics and computer science programs up to tenfold.

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Questions and requests for more information, visuals or interviews can be directed to Tanya Sawaya, Marketing Director of EZ-Robot, at tania@ez-robot.com.


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