Our Sponsors

There are many ways to be part of the World Robot Olympiad

On June 18, 2018 Juniper Networks became the global technology sponsor of the World Robot Olympiad Association in a multi-year agreement to work closely with WRO to promote, stage and further develop this global competition that attracts tens of thousands of young people worldwide.

Juniper Networks provided support at the MA & CT Qualifier that was held on August 11, 2018 at the James L. McKowen Boys & Girls Club of Woburn. Multiple volunteers generously donating their time to help judge the various categories of competition.

Juniper Networks presented the Award of Design Excellence to the top team in the Elementary and Junior category along with the famous Jkitty to the winner. The WRO MA & CT Chapter is very thankful for all of Juniper Networks contributions and look forward to working with them for many years to come.


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Judges scoring WeDo Open team on entry


Teams displaying their entry in the Open Category - Costa Rica


Teams displaying their entry in the Open Category - Costa Rica
Teams displaying their entry in the Open Category - Costa Rica
The pits where teams work to complete their robots
International Games in Costa Rica 2017


Massachusetts & Connecticut
2018 WRO Exhibitors


iRobot is committed to building a future for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education in the United States. Our multi-faceted outreach program is a resource for students, parents and educators to share in our excitement for the robotics industry and get an inside look at what we do here. iRobot has generously donated a Create 2 robot that will be given away to one lucky attendee of this event.

Cogmation Robotics Virtual Robotic Toolkit

Cogmation Robotics develops simulation software that enables users to design & control robotics systems. This technology has been proven to engage more STEM students with their robotics studies. Cogmation Robotics is the creator of the Virtual Robotics Toolkit, which offers support and learning material for all skill levels and is used by multiple robotic teams and clubs to compete virtually.

Learn more about the Watertown HATCH

Hatch is Watertown's Makerspace, located at 20 Summer Street. It is a public workshop with space, equipment, and materials available for the public to use and share skills with each other and give everyone in Watertown the opportunity to become a maker. Becoming a maker is not about talent - it’s about collaboration, creative problem solving, and the development of a curious and tenacious spirit.


Learn More about ChartaCloud | ROBOTTECA

ChartaCloud | ROBOTTECA provides social, collaborative and telepresence robots, robot behavior software and pre-configured robot deployments. ROBOTTECA is the world’s leading provider of advanced software for programming the NAO robot. ChartaCloud technology partners include SoftBank Robotics, IBM, HP and Verizon. Additional information can be found at www.robotteca.com

Circuit Lab

Circuit Lab programs give kids the opportunity to create devices by blending technical concepts with hands-on experimentation in a creative environment. We use the latest technologies including Arduino and Raspberry Pi to design smarter flashlights, race cars, musical instruments, games, and more. Each class session begins with a brief conceptual overview before launching into an interactive, hands-on activity.

Become an Exhibitor


Join us for the 2019 Massachusetts & Connecticut Qualifier Event on August 10, 2019 at the James L. McKeown Boys & Girls Club where your business, non-profit, or club will have the opportunity to interact with Robotic enthusiasts. Accepting applications starting January 15, 2019 through August 1, 2019.