Beginning as a group of 5 primary school students, working in a garage, competing in a Lego robotics competition IC Robotics has grown to a community of students aged 13 to 18 competing against teams from around the world.

IC Robotics encourages innovation in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, maths) while building life skills in students, including self-confidence, communication, leadership, resilience and teamwork, all in an environment that promotes equity, fairness and kindness.

IC robotics qualified to compete at the World Championships in Houston.  Over 600 teams from around the world competed at the championships with a crowd of 50,000 over the three days. This is an incredible achievement and Towers is proud to support IC Robotics in the development of young Australian innovators.