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DPK Consulting Hosts Student Robotics Team!

“We had an amazing time hosting the Timothy Christian School (TCS) Robotics Team at DPK last month,” states James Heiser, President & CEO of DPK Consulting. “It was truly inspiring to see the incredible talent and innovation these young minds bring to the world of robotics.”

Last year, DPK proudly sponsored the TCS Robotics Team, and we were happy to continue their support this year. DPK has an ongoing record of investing in the next generation of STEM leaders, and the TCS team is a shining example of what happens when passion meets opportunity.

During their visit, the TCS team showcased their latest creation, a robot designed to tackle this year’s robotics challenge. From throwing a paper airplane to stacking plastic tiles, their robot demonstrated impressive versatility and precision. But beyond the technical skills, what truly stood out was their enthusiasm and dedication to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible.

At DPK, this same culture is at the foundation of their brand “Service Without Boundaries” and the same energetic spirit that drives their work.

As part of DPK’s commitment to education and innovation, they had the pleasure of sharing some of their own surveying technology with the students. From drones to cutting-edge 3D laser scanning equipment, it was a hands-on learning experience that sparked curiosity and imagination from the students.

“One highlight of the day was seeing the students’ faces light up as they discovered the connections between their own robotics projects and the real-world applications of technology in surveying,” adds Mr. Heiser. “It’s moments like these that remind us of the limitless potential of youth and the power of mentorship. We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to David Stuhl and the entire TCS Robotics Team for visiting us and sharing their passion for robotics. Their energy and creativity are truly inspiring, and we can’t wait to see what incredible innovations this group will bring to the world in the future.”

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