Robotix STEM Toys @ BETT 2020
Robotix, is on a mission to inspire and prepare the next generation of children to possess the requisite 21st century thinking skills to be ready for the future ahead. They do this by bringing STEM and Coding education programs to kids through Robotics.
Robotix has a great track record of successfully launching crowd-funding campaigns from 2015 to 2019, for their innovative STEM Learning toys viz. Phiro, Playbits & Robobricks, which all offer unique offerings of combining STEM learning and playtime.
- A robotics and coding platform that helps kids from ages 4 and above learn how to code & create robotics projects through 5 different programming modes.
- Successfully funded on Kickstarter in 2015.
- Named by Intel® as one of “America’s Greatest Makers”.
- A STEM learning gadget consisting of a "magic" wand & coding chips, that helps kids from ages 3 to 8 build their numeracy, literacy, collaborative learning & coding skills,all through a screen-free tangible coding interface.
- Selected to be a BETT Awards 2019 finalist.
- Successfully funded on Indiegogo in 2018.
- Awarded the Mom’s Choice Golden Recepient Award in 2019.
- Successfully funded on Indiegogo in 2019.
- Robobricks inspires children with an easy-to-use, tangible screen-free coding & robotics construction platform which will allow them to bring their robotic creations to life.
- Kids of ages 4 and above can make an infinite number of interactive models using the smart blocks from Robobricks along with familiar blocks such as Duplo®, Mega Construx®, Morphun®, and Lego® bricks.
- The unique combination of building & coding with Robobricks provides for lots of fun and magic to a child’s playtime and it allows parents to wrap quality play learning into family time as well.
Other notable mentions - KLA, Ford and Amazon have also chosen Robotix to be their STEM education partner for extended societal reach. One very recent & proudest achievements is when school students under Ford’s CSR initiative & mentored by Robotix educators, made it to the Finals of the First Lego League 2019, held in Lebanon.
Together with the MIT App Inventor team, the Snap! team and the Pocket Code (TU Graz / Catrobat) team, Robotix USA | India submitted an application for the 100&Change grant by the MacArthur Foundation.
Thank you so much for your time.
We would be happy to send you more information or connect you to Founder Ramana Prasad and COO Aditi Prasad if you’re interested in an interview.