9th Symposium V-Spider 2017 | Water Level Regulation System

From 17th – 19th May 2017, students and teachers from 5 schools from EU gathered on Vegova Ljubljana, where the symposium was held this year. The aim of this year’s symposium was to create a system that would be able to regulate the level of the water.

Each group has created their own system before the symposium and had presented it on the first day.


Next two days, the groups were working together to create two separate systems out of several smaller systems. Systems were designed using different Technologies, but following the same principle of measuring the water level and pumping the excess water from one container to another one. Teams used different Technologies, including Arduino microcontrollers and Siemens controllers. When connecting different systems, the biggest problem was communication between the systems, but at the end, everything worked out.

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On the final day, the systems were presented and the certificates of participation were given to the students and teachers.

During their stay in Slovenia, the teachers and students had organized afternoon activities, including the visit of Postojna Cave and the ride with the boat on Ljubljanica river in Ljubljana.

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The participants of 9th Symposium V-Spider 2017:

  • Salpaus Further Education, Lahti, Finland
  • ROC Leeuwenborgh, Maastricht, Netherland
  • Geschwister-Scholl-Berufskolleg, Leverkusen, Germany
  • Federal-Mogul Burscheid, Burscheid, Germany
  • Centro Integrado de Formación Profesional Número Uno, Santander, Spain
  • Vegova Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

I was given an incredible chance to participate in the symposium and was very happy to be able to participate. It was a great experience and I hope that I Will be able to participate next year when the symposium Will be held in Maastricht, Netherland.

Thank you for reading!


The photos, used in this blog post, were taken by me or our teachers, and have the allowance to be used on social media or blog posts.



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