Java Institute JOURNAL
Research News   26 September, 2018
Jenezis was a Software and Robotics exhibition held by the Matara Branch of the Java Institute in 2015
An innovative robotic invention created by engineers of the Java Institute for Advanced Technology
Group photograph of the representatives of the Matara Branch at Jenezis 2015
A robotic rover on display at Java Institute's Jenezis Exhibition 2015
The robotics stall at the Jenezis Exhibition 2015 organised by the Matara Branch
Students dedicatedly preparing displays for the Jenezis Exhibition 2015
Students dedicatedly preparing displays for the Jenezis Exhibition 2015
A demonstration of a robotic arm that creates interesting illustrations automatically
One of the amazing quadcopter drones created by engineers at the Java Institute
Jeneziz 2015 exhibition
For the first time in the history of the Matara Branch of the Java Institute for Advanced Technology, a Software and Robotic Exhibition titled ?Jenezis? was organised on the 10th and 11th of September 2015, at the Matara SA.NA.SA. Hall. This exhibition generally targeted the IT Industry and the people who were involved or interested in the IT / Software industry. Accordingly, a large number of school leavers, school students, and professionally employed people participated in this exhibition. Moreover, the exhibition comprised five special areas including; Software Applications, Web Applications (WTRC), Mobile Applications, Robotics (JRIRC), and the Game Zone. The primary objective of this exhibition was to share knowledge and to promote the software products of the Java Institute as well as our services to a broader group that may possess little or no knowledge of our products, services, or our brand image. The ?Jenezis? exhibition provided valuable opportunities to link with business-to-business trading and business-to-consumer relationship in order to add more value for our students? own software projects as well as to provide them more knowledge and experience within the industry. Furthermore, this also enabled students to acquire higher potential benefits in order to achieve success throughout their life by the path that they had chosen to develop their career as a PCJT Software Engineer.