nooby.tech is on a mission to bring robotics competitions to every school in Belgium and the Netherlands.

We help to connect students, mentors, local and national businesses and schools to some proven and engaging technology-based competitions. 

Why you should participate?

Robotics Competitions:

  • Increase student interest and involvement in STEM and inspire them to pursue STEM careers
  • Kids learn lifelong skills in problem-solving, leadership, communications that are crucial for their future careers
  • Provide social development through team work, improving self-esteem and give kids a sense of belonging
  • Foster community engagement
  • And most importantly it is great fun!

nooby.tech is on a mission to bring robotics competitions to every school in Belgium and the Netherlands.

We help to connect students, mentors, local and national businesses and schools to some proven and engaging technology-based competitions. 

Why you should participate?

Robotics Competitions:

  • Increase student interest and involvement in STEM and inspire them to pursue STEM careers
  • Kids learn lifelong skills in problem-solving, leadership, communications that are crucial for their future careers
  • Provide social development through team work, improving self-esteem and give kids a sense of belonging
  • Foster community engagement
  • And most importantly it is great fun!

VEX Robotics Competitions

The world’s largest and fastest growing academic robotics competitions

All students are natural scientists and engineers.  They love to question, tinker, experiment and play. VEX competitions foster these skills and capitalise on the motivational effects of competitions and robotics. VEX competitions are also a great way to expose students to valuable soft skills like communication, collaboration and time-management in a fun and authentic way. 

Tournaments are held year-round at the local, regional and national levels and culminate at the VEX Robotics World Championship each April!

2021-2022 Competition Games

Ages 8-13

(see Game Manual for full details)

- More than 8,500 teams from 45 countries playing in over 900 tournaments
- Local, regional, national, and world competitions
- Teamwork Challenge: Two teams working together to maximise their score
- Robot Skills Challenge: One robot playing alone against the clock
- STEM Research Project: Students use the scientific method to research and solve a challenge

Ages 12-18

(see Game Manual for full details)

- More than 11,500 teams from 40 countries playing in over 750 tournaments
- Local, regional, national, and world competitions
- Standard Matches: Two alliances of two teams each playing against each other
- Robot Skills Challenge: One robot playing alone against the clock
- Online Challenges: Unique contests using CAD, animation, essays, and more

Ready to start a team?