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Event ID:  27132
Contact Name:  Siraphob Santironnarong
Contact Email:
Contact Phone:  +66816460818
Organization:  Space Zab Company
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Dates:  8th October 2019 to 8th October 2019
Physical Event:  Yes
Type:  Public
Start/End Type:  Both Starts and Ends During WSW
Country:  Thailand
State/Province:  Bangkok
City:  Bangkok
Location:  National Institute Development of Children and Families, Bangkok
Event Name:  Space Robotic Arm: CanZab
Event Description:  Explore a gripping mechanism of a robotic arm in ISS that is capable of moving a twin-aisle commercial jet with a precision that surpasses neurological surgery standard with CanZab. CanZab is a robotic model inspired by Canadarrm probe mount in ISS. The model is design with an ease of use in mind while provide an excellent interactive model to explore its mechanism. Join us on 8th October at National Institute Development of Children and Families, Bangkok
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Report on the Results:  The "Space Robotic Arm: CanZab" is an integral part of a primary school camp hosted by the National Institute for Child and Family Development of Mahidol University in Thailand. The camp features various activities that aimed to enhance various skill that is essential for the children in primary school stage such as teamwork, hand-eye coordination, and problem-solving. Space Robotic Arm: CanZab feature in one of the main activities in this camp. The participants, primary school students, are tasked to finish assembling the pre-assemble model of CanZab. The participants are then split into two groups. The first group is assigned to move the "fuel cell" from the storage room to the engine room. The second group is tasked to move the fuel cell delivered from the engine room to the fuel cell tank. Each fuel cell is marked with a number and symbol that participants need to follow to pass this activity. The fuel cell can only be transported by using CanZab. The event progress flawless and the primary school kids are all involved and excited about this activity. The University media team and Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency media team are presented at this event to record and present this activity on their corresponding website and media outlets.
Attendance:  65
Attendance is Unique:  Yes
Media Impressions:  0
Media Impressions are Unique:  No

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