Robotics & Microcontrollers
This exciting event will be full of walking and flying robots, demonstrations, innovation and hands-on projects!
Please continue to visit http://www.parallax.com/expo for up-to-date information on the Expo!
Flying and Rolling Robot Demonstrations
Boy Scout Robotics Merit Badge Training
Vendors Displaying Their Unique Projects
Parallax Open House & Tours
Propeller Chip & BASIC Stamp Demonstrations
Food & Raffles!
Event takes place at Parallax Inc. at the end of National Robotics Week:
10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.: Friday, April 13th
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.: Saturday, April 14th.
There will be a flying robot and rolling robot contest. To participate visit the links below:
Flying robot (Quadcopter) competition Registration Deadline: March 31, 2012
Rolling robot line following competition Registration Deadline: April 9, 2012
The Parallax Expo will also feature an "event within an event," the Unofficial Propeller Expo West (UPEW). The UPEW is dedicated to learning about, innovating with, and featuring projects using the multicore Propeller microcontroller by Parallax.
VENDORS, PRESENTATIONS & LARGE GROUPS
If you are interested in presenting at the event or being a vendor by showcasing or selling your Propeller powered products in the Propeller pavilion please contact Jeff Ledger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All other vendors should contact email@example.com. Vendors are welcome to showcase electronic projects featuring any microcontroller.
Large groups over 10 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you are coming.
NOTE: Hurry! There are a limited number of FREE early bird tickets. Bring your ticket to the event for a chance to enter a special drawing for pre-registered attendees. For lodging suggestions please visit http://www.parallax.com/Company/ContactUs/tabid/601/Default.aspx
Parallax designs and manufactures microcontroller development tools and small single-board computers. Our current product line consists of Propeller and BASIC Stamp® microcontrollers and development tools and software, SX chips and programmers/debuggers, project boards, robotics kits, educational tools, and sensors.
For more information about Parallax visit www.parallax.com.