Come join us in the Innokas programming and robotics tournament!

The Innokas programming and robotics tournament is an event geared toward schoolchildren, where elementary and middle-school-age children and teens (grades 1-9) compete in five Innokas contests that apply robotics and programming skills: XSumo, Rescue, Dance/theater, GameDev, and AI Freestyle.

Regional tournaments will be held in March, which will determine the participants for the national tournament. Regional tournaments will be held around Finland at regional locations that coordinate the Innokas tournament. The national Innokas2024 programming and robotics tournament will be held as an open online event on May 14, 2024. 

The Innokas programming and robotics tournaments have been held since 2003. Hundreds of children and teens participate in the national tournament each year.

The sponsors for the Innokas 2024 programming and robotics tournament are Finnish National Agency for Education, Enfuce, Union of Professional Engineers in Finland, Incap, Suomen Automaatioseura ry, Suomen Robotiikkayhdistys, Normet, Tevella, Upknowledge, and GIM Robotics.

What goes on in the Innokas tournament? Get a sneak peek into the tournament and its history with this video