Our Mission

To advance, promote and/or manage not for profit services and programs that provide opportunities for people who pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) based activities in an informal, hands-on, self-paced environment.

Our Vision

To see a  “Robotics Club” in every community, providing opportunities for people to engage, explore and practice STEM related activities while being supported by local mentors.

Our Services

We provide quality STEM educational workshops for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn and experience robotics using the Arduino.

Our Equipment

The Arduino is an open-source microprocessor platform that is cheap, flexible, easy to use, well supported and expandable. It allows the user to control LED’s, servos, motors, LCD screens and more using buttons, potentiometers, keypads, sensors and just about anything you can think of.

Our History

In 2013 a small group of people from the Hallett Cove community got together to form a club that provided young people an opportunity to play with microprocessors. This resulted in the Hallett Cove Robotics Club. The success of the club prompted other communities to contact us seeking assistance in starting similar organisations within their own communities. Techspace Learning Incorporated was formed to deliver workshops into communities to encourage locals to get involved and spawn their own local independent “Robotics Club”.
Since 2016 we have delivered workshops and provided assistance to organisations across the Adelaide region, helping expand to the opportunities for people of all ages to engage in STEM related activities.
In 2019 we entered into a partnership with Aztronics in the Adelaide CBD and have established a central base from which to run workshops. It is now also home to the Adelaide City Robotics Club.

Adelaide City Robotics Club

Techspace Learning Inc. runs the Adelaide City Robotics Club, which meets at Aztronics in Sturt Street, Adelaide every Saturday afternoon during school terms between 2pm and 4pm. At the Club meetings we either engage in building our own individual projects, or collectively may explore a new device or technique using the Arduino. It is a place for like minds to get together to share experiences and ideas. Contact us for more information.

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