Bluetest, together with Chalmers University of Technology, Ericsson and Qamcom, is participating in a one-day educational event for school children organized by the Microwave Road technology community. At special event at the Gothenburg International Science Festival, leading industry role models will demonstrate future-oriented microwave technology and share their experiences with school children--future Swedish engineering innovators.
The event targets 8th grade students and will feature demonstrations of several dynamic technologies being developed in the Gothenburg region, Sweden--a country renowned for its numerous global high-tech and consumer products successes.
The 5-day International Science Festival in Gothenburg is Northern Europe's largest science events with 70,000 participants and a unique 12-day school program aimed at promoting a wide variety of professions and technologies for children.
Bluetest CTO Robert Rehammar said, "We at Bluetest are excited to contribute to this unique event--to meet the next generation engineers and hear about their dreams, ideas and thoughts on the future. We are aiming to spark conversations and engage--to create an experience that combines education, fun and provides role models for young innovators."
"The event will engage young minds with the latest technological advancements and help peak their interest in a wide variety of topics like microwave technology and development opportunities."