CyberPi is a programmable microcomputer that's designed for teaching and learning AI, IoT and Python. It's small, but features a full-color display, multiple input devices, an independently-developed CyberOS system, a larger storage and an assortment of modules and sensors. Working with mBlock, CyberPi brings Python to classrooms and allows users to learn AI and IoT easily, from the beginning to advanced. Working with a high-performance Pocket Shield, CyberPi extends projects creation limited only by the imagination. CyberPi is perfect for technological innovation, coding and development and other educational purposes, bringing fun to learning.
mBot2 is a next-generation educational robot designed with extended capabilities, starting as an entry-level solution in lower secondary education and going all the way to upper secondary and beyond.
mBot2 is powered by CyberPi, an educational microcontroller enhanced with network capabilities, built-in sensors and much more. mBot2 is designed for students to carry out interactive and smart lessons that are engaging, fun and reflecting real-world applications with cutting-edge technologies, including robotics, AI, IoT and Data Science. With mBlock’s enhanced coding learning experience, mBot2 allows students and educators to begin with the block-based coding approach, and seamlessly transition into object-oriented coding with Python, all in the same environment.
This course is a follow through from the CyberPi course (MB-Spark-001) which is a pre-requisite for this course.
CoSpcace Autonomous Driving Stimulator Beginner Course
Come join us in these short courses to help you or your child learn programming in a virtual world
Age: 8 to 19 years old
Hours: 5 hours
Mode of conduct: Fully online, self-paced
Platform: CoSpace Autonomous Driving Simulator
Topics: Artificial Intelligence Programming
Swarm intelligence (SI) is the collective behavior of decentralized, self-organized systems, natural or artificial. Students will be learning to connect the drones and controllers to a network and perform stunning actions in a synchronised swarming manner. They will also be learning computational concepts such as arrays and functions. At the end of the workshop, the students will have to create a synchronised performance using multiple drones.