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RobotsLAB BOX is a finalist at LaunchEDU EdTech competition at SxSW EDU 2014

January 13, 2014
Why was this distinguished panel so impressed with our RobotsLAB Box? Well, Imagine being taught quadratic equations by a quadcopter. The RobotsLAB BOX is a revolutionary teaching-aid demonstrating Algebra I, Algebra II, Physics, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus’ core concepts using robots. Read the story.







RobotsLAB BOX serves in classrooms as a bridge between the concrete world and abstract math concepts

January 8, 2014
Sure, math in high school was kind of a snoozefest. But what if your geometry class was taught by a box of robots? Yep, that might have you reaching for the protractor a bit more often. Read the story.




The RobotsLAB BOX is a revolutionary teaching-aid

January 7, 2014
Demonstrating Algebra I&II, Physics, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Pre-Calculus’ core concepts. Designed by teachers for teachers this affordable solution improves student’s understanding and information retention; robots are a great engagement tool for math and science classes. Read the story.




techJOYnT Partners with RobotsLAB To Bring Award Winning Robots to Oklahoma Public Schools

January 2, 2014
techJOYnT Academy and RobotsLAB have teamed up to help bring educational robots into Oklahoma public schools. The award-winning RobotsLAB BOX is a teaching aid designed to help educators demonstrate abstract concepts in math and science through the innovative use of robots. Beginning in early January, RobotsLAB BOX will be incorporated into techJOYnT's new Mobile STEM Lab. Read the story.




RobotsLAB’s Box kit includes four robots and a tablet loaded with a Common Core-specific curriculum. The company just translated all of its lesson plans into Spanish.

November 20, 2013
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How robots can teach children math and inspire interest in the STEM fields

November 19, 2013
“I can give you a 30 minute lecture on how to use a screwdriver. Or I can actually take a screwdriver, show you how to use it, and in 20 seconds you’ll understand it,” Inbar said. “That’s the power of visual learning. It’s inherent in us. We’re just using robots and bringing the abstract math to life.” Read the story.




The CEO of Russia’s biggest Internet company believes in RobotsLAB BOX Vision

October 23, 2013
Nov. 19, 2013 — "I think it’s a super cool idea because what’s happening right now with children is they’re all bored with teaching. If you have smartphones, games, to listen about mathematics—A plus B—it’s not working. I think the general approach will make education more fun, more interesting. It’s pretty exciting. " Read the story.




RobotsLAB BOX named winner of the RBR Game Changer award

October 23, 2013
Santa Clara, CA, Oct. 23, 2013 — A panel of distinguished experts from NASA’s JPL, universities around the world, the investment community and Robotics Business Review, chose RobotsLAB BOX to join an exclusive group of products recognized for outstanding achievements.

Read the story.




Thinking Outside The Box Can Earn EdTech Awards

September 18, 2013
WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, 2013 — The tired saying “think outside the box” is being defied by the Ed-Tech Company, RobotsLAB Earlier this year the company released its RobotsLAB BOX: an educational tool dedicated to helping middle and high-school students learn mathematics using robots. Now RobotsLAB has another honor to add to its list—A finalist on the Bammy! Awards.

Read the story on EdTechTimes.com website.




RobotsLAB BOX is a finalist Bammy EdTech Awards

September 12, 2013
We are delighted to be finalists for the 2013 Bammy! Awards. The Bammy! Awards continually recognizes and celebrates outstanding teachers, principals, superintendents, journalists and now, for the first time, will be recognizing educational technology companies.
RobotsLAB is also featured as a HOT Teaching Tool.

Watch all nominees: BammyAwards.com website.




Future of Alabama education could include drones, other robots in classrooms

August 08, 2013
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama - When you hear the word "drone" it might be hard not to imagine that familiar unmanned, sometimes deadly, remote-controlled airplane. But drone technology and other kinds of robotics are not only being developed for military use. They're being developed for the classrooms, too.
Robots are making an introduction to classrooms to teach science and mathematics to students throughout the U.S. RobotsLAB CEO Elad Inbar says that he wants to do the same for Alabama.

Read the story on AL.COM website.




Dance Competition Pairs Humanoid Robots with Students

Feb 20 2013
Humanoid robots take center stage in a new dance competition designed for California students.
Called Robotic Idol 2013, the competition challenges teams of junior high and high school students to make robots — that have body parts like humans, and can see, hear, speak and move — dance. In two separate competitions, teams of five students will compete in Northern California and Southern California.
By creating this competition, the French company Aldebaran Robotics and the San Francisco based company robotsLAB hope to attract more students to robotics and science.
Read the story on Digital Education website.




Despite extremely alarming "Drones In Classrooms" headline, RobotsLAB STEM teaching tools look inspiring!

Feb 12 2013
The revolutionary product utilizes robotics technology as an easy-to-use teaching-aid for STEM topics. A standards-aligned curriculum was developed with educators; each lesson is an app on the included tablet which controls the robots in the package. Every module comes with an instructional video, a demonstrative touch-based lesson, a quiz, and supplemental teaching materials.
The BOX is synergistic with President Obama's "Educate to Innovate" campaign; aiding in the race towards the US becoming one of the leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) by inspiring students to be the next generation of makers, discoverers, and innovators and helping teachers to easily demonstrate abstract concepts such as quadratic equations, in real life.
Read the story on District Administration website.




Drones and Robots Could Soon Teach Your Kids Algebra

Feb 7 2013, Austin, TX

Read the story on Mashable.com website.



Q&A with RobotsLAB CEO about education and robotics

Feb 6 2013, Austin, TX
We all know that robots are the gateway to STEM education, so what’s not to love about getting 4 robots in a box, complete with lessons preloaded on a tablet. As both the US and UK undergo core curricula changes to better reflect the changing workforce and education needs, the market potential for robotics in education grows. As well as workng in the consumer and cloud robotics space, Elad Inbar is the CEO of RobotsLab, a new educational robotics company, who launched their “BOX” of robots today at the TCEA education convention in Austin TX.
Read the story on Robot Launch Pad website.







Can Robots Improve Math Class?

Feb 6 2013, Austin, TX
One of the best ways to teach new math is through hands-on learning, which is easily done in the early grades using pegboards or a bucket of plastic bears. It's tougher when kids move on to abstract concepts like algebra and calculus. A company in San Francisco thinks it has a solution: drones in the classroom.
Read the story on MSNBC website.



RobotsLAB: Robots that Teach Math & Science

Feb 6 2013, Austin, TX
The revolutionary product utilizes robotics technology as an easy-to-use teaching-aid for STEM topics. A standards-aligned curriculum was developed with educators; each lesson is an app on the included tablet which controls the robots in the package.
Read the story on IEEE Spectrum website.







RobotsLab Wants to Put a Box of Robots in Every Classroom

Feb 6 2013, Austin, TX
This is the RobotsLab Box. It's a giant box, and it's full of robots. As if that wasn't enough, it's also full of a tablet which is full of a complete STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) curriculum that uses the robots as tools to show things like math and physics in action. The Box is designed to make it easy and affordable for teachers to drop a bunch of awesome robots right into the classroom, and even though I'm not a teacher or a student, I want one.
Read the story on IEEE Spectrum website.







Educational Robots Demonstrated Today at TCEA

Feb 6 2013, Austin, TX
Teaching math and science has never been more engaging. A new product launched today, is allowing teachers to use quadcopters, robotic arms and rovers to teach math and science using dedicated educational apps aligned with mandated standards.
Read the story on Ed Tech Show Daily website.







RobotsLAB to announce its newest product: the BOX at TCEA Conference

Feb 6-8 2013, Austin, TX
The premier public demonstration of RobotsLAB’s BOX will be held at TCEA conference. The revolutionary product utilizes robotics technology as an easy-to-use teaching-aid for STEM topics. A standards-aligned curriculum was developed with educators, each lesson is an app on the included tablet which controls the robots in the package. Every module comes with an instructional video, a demonstrative touch-based lesson, a quiz, and supplemental teaching materials.







NAO NextGen Launch Party webinar for our customers in AZ!

April 26, 2012 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM PST
Join us at the NAO NextGen launch party webinar!

During the event, you will be able to experience the latest version of NAO, learn about its capabilities, and order robots with SPECIAL OFFER, training courses and support packages!
Please Click on the link below to secure your place.






NAO @ Education Exchange, Napa Valley

Apr. 19-21, 2012
NAO To perform and demonstrate STEM learning at Napa Conference

Join education industry luminaries for a vibrant conversation regarding the future of education. Experience the newest apps, technology, and health and wellness tips and techniques to insure you, staff and students thrive in the future. This two day conference will improve your vision of the future of education and how to survive and thrive, all set in the beautiful Napa Valley, California.

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National Robotics Week 2012 - NAO in Robot Block Party @ Stanford University

Apr. 11, 2012
Join us at this great robotics celebration.

Stanford University will hold a Robot Block Party on April 11, 2012. This event will showcase cutting edge robotics technology. Robot App Store will showcase robots and apps for the robots. Attendance is free of charge! Time: 1pm-6pm.

** UPDATE - Live video from 10pm news on KTVU:

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National Robotics Week 2012 - Special workshop in Austin, TX!

Apr. 9-10, 2012
Join us at this great workshop at TCEA offices in Austin, TX

During the two-day event, you will learn all about NAO, make him move, see, and interact. You will learn how to use Choregraphe, Vision Recognition, Motion, Programming using Python, Record movements, and much more! Email us at: training@RobotsLAB.com for further details.
Act fast, seats are limited!

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NAO NextGen Launch Party!

Mar. 5, 2012 1pm-6pm
Join us at the NAO NextGen launch party in our SF office!

During the event, you will be able to experience the latest version of NAO, learn about its capabilities, and order robots, training courses and support packages with special discounts!
Please Click on the link below to secure your place.

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New member in RobotsLAB family: DArwIn-OP!

Jan. 30, 2012
The Open Platform humanoid robot is now available!

DARwIn-OP is an affordable, miniature-humanoid-robot platform with advance computational power, sophisticated sensors, high payload capacity, and dynamic motion ability to enable many exciting research, education, and outreach activities. RobotsLAB is proud to join this robot to our family!

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NAO V4 Pre-Order is open!

Oct. 17, 2011
Be the first to own the best humanoid ever!

The fourth version of NAO introduces many improvements. A whole new head with Intel Atom CPU, HD cameras, Bluetooth capabilities and much more! Improvements were made on the software side as well. For example – NAO is aware of its body now, and not clashing into its body parts while moving.

Get yours now!







Summer Camp

Aug. 15-19, 2011
Robotics Summer Camp is coming near you!

In the camp we will learn how to program robots, how to interact with them and how to operate them. We will build interoperability software on many types of robots, from Roomba and PLEO and of course the NAO!
Please contact us for more details.

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