The World Robot Olympiad Finals was held in Panama November 7-10, 2023 concluded with resounding success, marking a significant milestone as the largest and most internationally acclaimed robotics event in the world. Showcasing exceptional innovation, creativity, and technological prowess, the event hosted a myriad of talented participants from 82 countries , across the globe, culminating in a celebration of robotics excellence.
The event witnessed an outstanding display of skill and ingenuity from various competing teams, with the Philippine Robotics National Team emerging as a beacon of success. The team’s remarkable achievements are as follows:
Silver Rankings were achieved by:
– Project 6 Elementary School (DepEd, Quezon City) in category of Future Innovators – Elementary
– Dr. Yangas Colleges, Inc. (Bocaue, Bulacan) in category of Future Innovators – Junior High School
– Marie Ernestine School ( Lapu Lapu City ,Cebu) in the category of Robo Mission Senior High School
Additionally, several teams secured notable Bronze Rankings, including:
– Batangas State University (Batangas City) in the Future Engineers category and the Robo Mission categories for both Junior High School and Senior High School
– IBO Elementary School (DepEd Lapu Lapu, Cebu) in the Robo Mission, Elementary category
– Betty Go Elementary School (DepEd Quezon City)
– Japer Memorial High School (Dep Ed Bohol) in the Robo Mission and Future Innovators categories for both Junior High School and Senior High School
– Marigondon National High School (DepEd Lapu Lapu, Cebu) in the Robo Sports category
– Legazpi City Science High School (DepEd Bicol) in the Robo Sports category
– St. John’s Wort Academy (Antipolo City)
Mylene Abiva, President and CEO of FELTA Multi-Media Inc., served as the Age Group Head Judge for Future Innovators, Junior High School, contributing her expertise to the competition. Her notable involvement included presenting the prestigious Technical Solution Award to the accomplished Robinsons Innovators from Puerto Rico. First Lady of Panama Yazmin Colon de Cortizo congratulated Mylene Abiva and the Philippine Robotics National team for their exceptional performance at WRO Panama 2023.
The achievements of these exceptional teams and individuals underscore the immense talent, dedication, and innovation present within the field of robotics. The World Robot Olympiad Finals stand as a testament to the power of collaboration, creativity, and the future-shaping potential of robotics education and technology.
The World Robot Olympiad is a global robotics competition that aims to spark interest and enthusiasm for science, technology, and robotics among young students. With its international reach, the WRO fosters creativity, innovation, and problem-solving skills, serving as a platform for young talents to showcase their technological expertise on a global stage.