Croatian startup STEMI has been invited by Intel to Maker Faire taking place in San Francisco on May 19-21st. The invitation comes following their great success during this year’s CES event in Las Vegas, the trip that came as an award for winning the Idea Knockout Competition last year. Besides the opportunity to present themselves during the Maker Faire event, reportedly, this Croatian startup will discuss the opportunity for mutual cooperation with Intel.
Briefly, Maker Faire is the “Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth”, a family-friendly festival of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement. This Faire is primarily designed to be forward-looking, showcasing makers who are exploring new forms and new technologies.
“Our goal is to incorporate Intel’s hardware in our educational projects. This projects will be distributed by Intel through their channels in U.S and worldwide”, Marin Troselj, the STEMI’s Co-Founder & CEO stated in the brief interview given for bug.hr.
According to him, this invitation is a validation and confirmation that the company has a great and quality product.
“The very fact that Intel invites us at their stand in San Francisco and that we enter into a deal for potential business cooperation with Intel is a valid confirmation that we have a great and quality product. We are very proud that such big and prominent company has recognized our product and we believe that this will help us to further develop our buses”, said Troselj, zimo.dnevnik.hr reported.
Founded in 2015 in Rijeka, Croatia, STEMI is a learning experience. It is the robot that will teach you much scientific, technological, engineering and mathematical concepts in a fun and easy way. It will come to you as a set of components, along with multimedia lessons to teach you how to assemble it and bring it to life.