Keith Willis honoured by a Rotary "Pride Of Business" Award (19th May 2016)

Our technical director Keith Willis was recently honoured by the Brisbane Planetarium Rotary Club with their "Pride of Business" award for his efforts in the community to promote STEM education.

Keith being presented his award by incoming president Debra Lewis...


Aldridge State High School Presentation/Workshop (3-4 Mar 2016)

The LinkSprite Australia road show travelled to Aldridge State High School in Maryborough QLD to support the staff there with the new LinkSprite STEM Learning Kit. Aldridge is basing a new in-house curriculum module around the kits and its associated Linker Modules. We are proud and very grateful that a major high school has demonstrated this level of confidence in our contributions to supporting STEM and Coding learning in Australia. We are committed to providing affordable, high quality, good value alternatives for STEM teachers around Australia and will continue to enhance and extend our range of kits and courses.

Some photos from the event...


Sydney Mini Maker Faire (15-16 Aug 2015)

LinkSprite Australia manned a booth with Jaycar at the 2015 Sydney Mini Maker Faire , presented by the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences at the Powerhouse Museum as part of the inaugural Sydney Science Festival.

We were instrumental in encouraging Jaycar to become major event sponsor. We demonstrated some of the extensive LinkSprite range of maker products which are now available nationally in Jaycar stores. We also had our own HomeWatch/OfficeWatch automated surveillance products on display.

Some photos from the event...


HSBNE Relaunch Party (28th March 2015)

HSBNE ("Hackerspace Brisbane"). had its "Relaunch" party on the evening of the 28th. The party was to celebrate the final results of their successful KickStarter campaign to upgrade their facilities. As a corporate sponsor, LinkSprite Australia was invited to speak on the night and we sent one of our engineers, Keith Willis to do the honours.

Some photos from the event...


Inaugural Internet of Things and DIY Robotics Course (8-10 Dec 2014)

Late in 2014 we ran our very first "Internet of Things and DIY Robotics" course. This was aimed specifically at STEM teachers for their professional development. The LinkSprite Learning initiative was a direct result of the positive feedback we received from the course participants. Today we continue to run courses and workshops based on our Scratch Linker Kits and Modules.

Some photos from the event...