Ghana Secondary Technical School … Arguably, GSTS is a pioneering school for Robotics education in Ghana. Students of Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) in Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana have developed an Autonomous Robotic Vehicle that has the ability to navigate on its own and detect road signs which was displayed at the ongoing 2019 Sci-Tech Fair before the National Science & Maths Quiz competition takes off at the GCB Lecture Hall, University of Ghana.
Also, the students recently built an Emergency Robot which gives signals to help evacuate victims trapped under earthquake rubble in the shortest possible time, which was showcased to the general public at the National Science and Maths Quiz Regionals.
GSTS AT NATIONAL ROBOTICS CHAMPIONS AND 2018 ROBOFEST GSTS was adjudged the winners of the national robotics champions of Autonomous Rescue Challenge (ARC) On Saturday October, 7th 2017 which took place at Wesley Girls, Cape Coast. The Ghana Secondary Technical School Robotics team (GIANTBOT1) Left Ghana to the United States of America for the 2018 Robofest World Championships at the Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan from May 17 to May 19, 2018 which at the end saw GSTS Robotics, OWASS &Right To Dream Academy lifting the flag of our dear Nation Ghana, Higher and Greater.
In the Field of Robotics and its application to real life emerging problems, GSTS can Boast of it’s product, Dr. Ashitey Trebi-Ollennu , A Ghanaian robotics engineer at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the chief engineer and technical group leader for the mobility and manipulation group at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He established the Robotic Association in Ghana and the founder of the Ghana Robotics Academy an Accra Based Robotics School. Check the Videos Below as Students from Ghana Secondary Technical School (GSTS) are displaying an Autonomous Robotic Vehicle with the ability to navigate on its own and detect road signs.