The Exame Nacional de Tecnologia em Robótica (ENATER) is a test that seeks to evaluate participants' knowledge of robotics concepts, created and supported by a series of private, governmental and educational institutions with the goal of incentivizing engagement with technology.
Competitors will have two hours to resolve 20 objective questions. The competition also aims to provide students with a theoretical basis that will prepare them to compete in the Torneio Juvenil de Robótica and the Olimpíada Brasileira de Robótica, other national robotics competitions.
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Between 4 and 7 medalists per age group.
There is no registration fee.
Students must have knowledge of robotics and will be evaluated on their ability to resolve typical robotics problems and make decisions.
One-day exam applied in students' schools.
1. School representative registers school through online platform.
2. School applies exam for its students between October 12 and November 30 of each year.