December 10, 2014
Bloomington, IN— TASUS is proud to be helping the First Lego League, B-Town Bots from Bloomington, IN. The First Lego League is designed for children aged 9-14 years old, and introduces the children to real-world engineering problems. The team must research a problem, find solutions, and build Lego-based robots to complete the task.
The team has decided to develop a game that will help teach families CPR and how to identify the signs of a stroke. The children on this team are extremely enthusiastic about what they do and their work on these projects in particular.
TASUS had a representative attend a recent team meeting and he was inspired by the team’s passion for engineering. The TASUS representative said that the energy in the room demonstrated how passionate these children were about the work they were doing. The children and their parents showed interest in touring the TASUS plant and learning as much as they could from the company. TASUS intends to shed light on the TPS principles and how they relate to what the team is already doing.
In a time when very few children show interest in engineering it is inspiring to see the passion these young individuals have towards it. We at TASUS hope to help on this project as well as future endeavors by the First Lego League team.
For more information on the First Lego League please visit…. http://www.firstlegoleague.org