Armyarmath17Pupils and graduates of ''ArMath'' engineering laboratories achieve success in different fields due to their knowledge and experience. Arman Khachatryan is an example of what has just been said. He is serving in the shooting range equipped with electronic semi-automatic targets of N military unit located in the northern part of Artsakh.

From 2014 Arman Khachatryan actively participated in the work of Robotics club functioning in Vedi, of the Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE) and was always known for his innovative and enterprising ideas, for the ability of solving problems quickly.

The official opening ceremony of the 2014 DigiTec International Technological Exhibition was performed by Jojo robot constructed by Arman and his friends. Jojo cut the red ribbon of the exhibition. Shortly afterwards, the boys of Robotics club of Vedi converted the ribbon cutting robot into a christmas tree decorating robot.

During the annual DigiTec Expo in 2015Arman and the pupils of the club presented ARA (assistant robot to army) robot that they had constructed. DigiCampArmanArman also took part in DigiCamp innovative camp and a number of other events.

In 2015 he entered the American University of Armenia, department of Business and Management with high marks (with 90% discount on tuition fee), and in January 2016 he was drafted into the Army of the Republic of Armenia and served in N military unit located in the northern part of Artsakh.  
Arman was transferred to serve as an operator in the shooting range equipped with electronic semi-automatic targets of the same military unit for the engineering skills demonstrated in the field of radio electronics during the four-day war in April. Now he is entrusted with the technical and radio-electronic service of several shooting ranges. As commanders say, the service is performed with the proper military responsibility.

We wish Arman Khachatryan a safe service and return.  

It should be noted that “ArMath” engineering laboratories already function in 196 schools of Armenia, including Artsakh. The laboratories function on free of charge basis.  Pupils get modern technological education in “ArMath” laboratories by studying the skills of robotics and programming. The number of "ArMath" laboratories increases day by say, and the UITE has planned to establish engineering laboratories for all pupils.

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