On 29 August 2016 , sixteen KYS students participated in the Arduino Workshop organized by UTeM. The workshop was taught by 4 engineering students from UTeM. The workshop started at 3pm with an opening speech. Students paired up and were given a set of Arduino components worth RM400+. There were a total of 6 projects guided by the students of UTeM. Arduino only works when it receives the code from the computer or laptop and the Arduino board connecting to the LED using sensors. The students from UTeM taught us a lot about both the software and the hardware components. The main purpose of this workshop is to encourage students to participate in the state level competition in October 2016 and to help students improve their critical thinking skills. This workshop was held from 3pm to 6pm and ended with a group photo with the engineering students from UTeM.
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