Team Indentation Error 3 members from Assumption College Thonburi made an excellent performance in the final round, winning The Best Achievement Onboard Award in The 2nd Kibo Robot Programming Challenge Asia Championship. Write a program to control NASA’s robots.
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have collaborated under the JAPAN US Open Platform Partnership (JP-US OP3) program. Organized the 2nd Kibo Robot Programming Challenge for the Asian Championship
In this competition, programming for NASA’s Astrobee astronaut assistant robot on the International Space Station. Japanese astronaut Akihiko Hoshide is aboard the International Space Station’s Kibo Module. Indentation Error From Thailand participated in the Final with youth from 8 other countries: Japan, Australia, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Taiwan.
Finally, the Indentation Error team, which has 3 members from Assumption Thonburi School, consists of
- Mr. Tharit Witworasakul, Grade 5 (Team Leader)
- Mr. Kornpapop Sitthirit, Grade 4
- Setthaphan Laoaree, Grade 3
Made a great performance in the Final round. Can win the 1st prize. The winning team The Best Achievement Onboard Award with a score of 28.86 pt (A Class).