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Self drive challenge

This interactive online self-driving challenge from Siemens can supplement robotics education in computing. It enables pupils to programme a car to drive around a circuit without a driver, the circuits getting more complex as the challenge progresses.

Self-driving challenge game

The theme of this challenge can be continued further in lessons by using the suggested driverless car activities detailed below. These use the micro:bit programming platform to programme robot buggies to follow a route around a fictional city, so micro:bit controlled buggies are required. Students have the opportunity to unscramble navigation codes, mimicking the way code will be used to control and steer vehicles.



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