Aguascalientes will host the Robochallenge Mexico
For its outstanding level in higher education, especially in technological and scientific subjects, Aguascalientes will host the National Mechatronics and Robotics Congress 2019 and the 4th Robochallenge Mexico, which will receive in May 2020, at least four thousand students over 150 universities in Mexico, Latin America, Romania, and Japan.
The Polytechnic University of Aguascalientes (UPA) will host Robochallenge Mexico International which aims to share and generate experiences in the use of technology and mechatronic engineering, as well as in related areas such as robotics, computer systems, electronics, mechanical engineering, home automation.
Only three countries in the world have the rights to organize this important Robotics Congress: Romania, China, and Mexico.
Robochallenge will present prototypes of robots followers, sumo, escapist and related to the internet of things, in addition to participants can attend conferences, seminars, and workshops, which will help them develop their own businesses or get better employment opportunities.
There will be a presence of international companies such as Continental, PepsiCo, and Ford for links and training and the attendance of the presidents of the Mexican Robotics League, as well as their counterparts from Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, and Paraguay. The attendees will have guided tours of the state's tourist attractions and will be a massive event open to the general public at the Palenque of the Fair with the exhibition of mechanized prehistoric animals and robot fights.
Aguascalientes was chosen for this important academic event for the quality of its services, tourism infrastructure, the climate of peace, public safety, as well as for the excellent level of the technological universities that operate in the entity and for the quality of the training offered to the labor sector.
In recent years, the state has stood out at the national level for the educational efforts made at the top level in subjects such as training of bilingual professionals and specialists in technological areas, in addition to the fact that students from various public and private higher education institutions in the state have an important trajectory in international competitions of this type.