ALUX Sets off on a Grand Journey at the 9th G-PRC Global Future Talent Robotics Competition in 2023


ALUX Sets off on a Grand Journey at the 9th G-PRC Global Future Talent Robotics Competition in 2023


- ALUX will hold the global future talent robot competition 'G-PRC' in November... Students from 7 countries are scheduled to gather to compete

- G-PRC, which first started in Korea in 2014, has now grown into a global competition... Expanding participating countries and growing into a competition worthy of its reputation

- Contributing to nurturing future IT talent and spreading robot culture... Leading domestic companies such as SK Telecom, Netmarble Cultural Foundation, Coway, Binggrae, IC Bank, and The Venti participated as official sponsors.





A large-scale global competition that unites future talents worldwide through AI, drones, and robots begins its long journey.


ALUX (CEO Lee Chi-heon, Lee Da-in), an edutech company specializing in robots, is recruiting participating students and sponsoring companies ahead of the opening of the '2023 Global PRC Robot Coding Competition (hereinafter referred to as G-PRC)' on Sunday, November 12.


G-PRC, which ALUX has been hosting yearly since 2014, is a certified robot competition in which elementary school-age participants selected through preliminary rounds from around the world compete in a variety of events. Last year, more than 10,000 children gathered to realize the 'K-Robot' craze, and more than 80,000 people have participated so far.


This year's G-PRC is expected to be held on a larger scale. Students from various countries, including Korea, China, Malaysia, and Singapore, will participate, and to this end, regional preliminary competitions will begin for each country in August. Participants worldwide who passed the preliminary round will participate in the finals held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul in November.


Alux directly organizes the preliminary rounds in each region in Korea to establish publicness and revitalize them and plans to secure public trust through

△local governments, △public institutions, and △various industry-academia linkages, and conduct the event at a level comparable to the scale of the finals. Overseas, local competitions with over 2,000 participants will be held in China and Malaysia, and students ranked high in each country's preliminary round will be invited to the finals to further enhance the competition's reputation as a global competition.


Among these, the Malaysian regional preliminaries will hold the G-PRC overseas preliminaries through the NRL (National Robotics League) competition, which uses ALUX's Probo brand as the competition robot. NRL is a large-scale robot competition in Malaysia, and is expected to garner great interest from overseas media.


This G-PRC competition will feature a total of 6 events using coding robots ‘Connect’ and ‘Technic,' AI robot teaching aids ‘VINU' and ‘Drone.' One can participate in the △Speed Touch Connect △Speed Touch Technique △LED Touch Technique △VINU Push and Run △Speed Drone and △Smooth Coding Creative Mission Competition, and will award prices for each category, a factor expected to increase children's sense of accomplishment.


With the news of the global robot competition, leading domestic companies have continued to sponsor the event. They are companies that want to share the dreams and passions of children who will grow into future creative talents. To date, △SK Telecom, △Netmarble Cultural Foundation, △Coway, △Binggrae, △IC Bank Q, and △The Venti have expressed their intent to participate as official sponsors. Alux is currently accepting applications for additional sponsorship from companies that will participate in the competition. To provide a more enjoyable experience for the children participating, sponsor booths will also provide various content to create a fun, festive environment.


Lee Da-in, CEO of ALUX, said, “Alux has been working hard to nurture IT talent at an early age based on quality educational content as well as education on various future technologies, such as AI, robots, drones, and coding.”

She added, “I hope that through G-PRC, an event already established as a global children's robot festival, children can have a special experience of increasing self-efficacy and establishing global friendships.”


Meanwhile, ALUX, which is pursuing a full-fledged business expansion into the global market this year, is receiving positive responses from the local market from their introduction of PROBOEDU's AI robot education content and AI robot coding teaching tool, VINU, to the world stage. Last March, VINU received great reviews after ALUX participated in 'BETT SHOW 2023,' the world's largest global edutech exhibition held in the UK.



Source: Maeil Economic Reporter Cho Kwang-hyun https://www.mk.co.kr/news/it/10802907





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CEO Chi-heon Lee, Da-in Lee 


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ALUX

CEO Chi-heon Lee, Da-in Lee


Business License Number  

587-81-00224
Business Establishment  

1602-ho, C-dong, Seed Cube Changdong, 61, Madeul-ro 13-gil, Dobong-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea
Service Inquiry

alux@aluxonline.com
Business Partnership Inquiry 

02-3665-8956

Fax 02-3665-8957 


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