Stadium Group and Maker Life partner to offer educational SBC kits

By eeNews Europe

The kits are intended to offer an easy-to-understand introduction to programming for primary school aged children. Maker Life has worked with parents, teachers and STEM coordinators to develop the kits that contain all the necessary components to complete fun projects, such as building a clock or weather station. The projects are easy to assemble without solder. Maker Life hopes to have 45 variations of the kit available by 2019. This large expansion requires an effective supply chain that has the ability to scale. Maker Life chose Stadium as a supply chain partner, as Stadium is already established as a provider to the SBC market through the company’s involvement with the Raspberry Pi project.

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