BEIJING, July 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 11 Beijing time, China's first Robotics Maker TV Competition successfully held a press conference in Beijing. This program is a reality show jointly created by the Chinese FIRST® Robotics Competition Association and the Beijing Youth Channel. This is also the first TV show of the FIRST® event in the world, and it will be played at the end of July on the Beijing Youth Channel.
Guided with public charity undertaking and US enterprise strongly supports its development
The FIRST® Tech Challenge is an international robotics competition sponsored by the US FIRST® nonprofit organization for 12-18 year old children. Since its inception in 1989, it has attracted the participation of students from all over the world. This Robotics Maker TV Competition is a TV-show competition based on FIRST® Tech Challenge, and it will convey Chinese young people's "robotics feelings", innovative thinking and team awareness to the general public in a more intuitive way in an entirely new way of communication. Meanwhile, it promotes the recognition of the FIRST® events in China more effectively.
It was the first time to put the FIRST® event on the TV screen, and also the first time of this in the world. Because of its innovativeness and originality, China's first Robotics TV Competition won the attention and support of US Qualcomm, Coca-Cola and other US companies. In China, at the call of the policy "public entrepreneurship and innovation", the US companies "do as the Romans", and get fully integrated with China's domestic environment and opportunities to help the rapid development of US public welfare undertakings. In addition, personnel training and innovation will become part of soft power competition among major enterprises, and the attention from the US enterprises to the event also reflects its business strategy of getting committed to promoting the development of science and technology through talent innovation.
Chinese enterprises strive to do their best with internationalization and diversification as the goals
Innovation is the source of development, and China's major domestic enterprises also brought into play their innovative thinking in recent years, got actively concerned about the development of juvenile maker education, and attached importance to the cultivation of young tech and innovation talent. Among them, Xianghe Robotics Town, Semia Science and Education Group, 360 Intelligent Hardware and other local enterprises in China also gave great support to this competition. China's domestic enterprises are moving to the world, focusing on international events, and getting committed to internationalization and industry diversification in the strong atmosphere of innovation in China.
Inherit FIRST® spirit, and open up a new situation in China's entertainment environment
An official with China's first Robotics TV Competition said that Chinese youth is the protagonist of the event, and the whole event is a game of their personal wisdom and strategy, and also a training and contest of the children's eloquence and communication ability. For the teams, it is a contest of teamwork, and teamwork and team culture are also important determinants of the outcome. This event is not only a comprehensive interpretation of the spirit and sublimation of FIRST®, and makes the use of the extensive coverage of the TV media platform to effectively spread the influence of FIRST® Tech Challenge in China and attract more Chinese people's attention and recognition to it. This event that combines science and technology, pays attention to the spirit of young people's maker spirit and team spirit training is bound to open up a new situation in China's domestic entertainment environment.
China first Robotics Maker TV Competition leads the development of science and technology through innovation, and its innovative thinking and model are worthy of our extensive thinking and reference.
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SOURCE Chinese FIRST Robotics Competition Association and the Beijing Youth Channel