Sony Electronics to Host First Annual KOOV Challenge for U.S. Students


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Sony Electronics Inc. today announced the first annual KOOV Challenge USA. Students and KOOV users all over the contiguous United States will have the opportunity to have fun, think critically, express their creativity using their coding, robotics and design skills, and collaborate with their peers in this contest to win prizes and further their knowledge in STEAM. 

The challenge will be offered to students within the contiguous United States in Grades 3-8 at both public and private schools with teacher or faculty sponsorship and parent/legal guardian consent.  There is no fee to participate and students may participate online in the KOOV App and/or in person at Sony's San Diego headquarters. 

KOOV Challenge USA Contest – Phase 1 Online Event
Hosted within the KOOV App will be an online robotics challenge around the theme of Autonomous Vehicle Transportation. By coding and creating a unique concept, students will take the design challenge and upload their final submission to the KOOV App. The top 3 winners will each receive a KOOV Trial Kit.

  • CONTEST PERIOD­: February 3, 2020–March 13, 2020
  • LOCATION: ­ KOOV App
  • Please see official Contest Rules for details at http://sony.com/KOOV

KOOV Challenge USA Contest – Phase 2 On-Site Event
Sony Electronics in San Diego will host an in-person timed robotics challenge and concept presentation. Students will be challenged to create a unique design with KOOV and complete a challenge surrounding the theme of Autonomous Vehicle Transportation. Groups of no more than 3 students grouped in either grades 3–5 or grades 6–8 may participate, subject to the Contest Official Rules. The grand prize consists of a trip to the KOOV Challenge in Tokyo, Japan in October 2020.   

  • EVENT DATE: March 22, 2020
  • TIME: 9:00am– 3:30pm PST
  • LOCATION: Sony Electronics headquarters – 16535 Via Esprillo, San Diego, Calif.
  • Please see official Contest Rules for details at http://sony.com/KOOV

All entrants, both online and on-site, must submit an entry form that is sponsored and signed by a teacher/faculty at their school and parent/legal guardian to enter and win. Please access the entry form via this website: http://bit.ly/KOOVChallengeUS 

In order to participate in the Phase 2 – On-Site Event, entrants must submit their entry form by February 24, 2020. 

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