NewTechKids is pleased to announce that we collaborated with Atlas Workshops, a company which organizes international learning experiences around the world for students and educators and which partners with creative organizations around the world.
On Saturday, June 17, we hosted a group of American high school students and teachers in Amsterdam and taught a robotics and coding workshop focused on ‘the future of farming and tech’. The Dutch backdrop makes a lot of sense. Despite its small size, the Netherlands is the second largest food exporter in the world after the United States. Technology and innovation play a huge role in its success, with Dutch farmers using less land, resources and human power due to greenhouse farming, automation and robotics.
The Netherlands is one of the company’s main workshop destinations due to its reputation for innovation, technology and design.