ArmInfo. Students from Armath lab of Basic School No.173, named after Vahagn Vardevanyan participated in DigiTec tech expo and introduced robots made of Wi-Fi equipment, provided earlier by Beeline Armenia.
Beeline provided the equipment within the frames of cooperation with Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE).
"It is great to see so many talented young people, who have already become skillful engineers able to make robots out of various parts of equipment. They will definitely succeed in tech industry, and I am happy that Beeline has its contribution in their education. Undoubtedly, education is the most powerful tool for changing people's lives for the better," Beeline Armenia CEO Andrey Pyatakhin remarked. Beeline announced this summer that the company will present more than 1000 pieces of Wi-Fi equipment to the network of Armath labs.
To note, Laboratories "Armat" work round the clock and free of charge. Students in schools that do not have laboratories can visit the "Armat" circles located in the adjacent settlements. Note that the UITE strategy provides for the creation of opportunities for all schoolchildren to receive engineering education and emphasizes the importance of engineering thought formation at school age.
To recall, ArmenTel JSC is a member of the Veon group of companies, which is one of the world's largest integrated telecom operators. The group includes communications companies providing voice and data services based on a wide range of wireless and fixed-line technologies, as well as broadband Internet access to more than 200 million subscribers in Russia, Italy, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Georgia , Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Algeria, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The companies of the group provide services under the brands Beeline, Kyivstar, Wind, Mobilink, Banglalink and Djezzy.