ROBBO Clubs will teach coding and robotics online.

ROBBO Clubs will teach coding and robotics online.

International robotic schools network launched on-line courses in coding, 3D modelling, circuit and robotics. ROBBO believes, that these is the way to keep the existing network students interested and attract new one. 25.03.2020 Helsinki, Finland the first online...
ROBBO EdTech robotic network extended to the market of Thailand

ROBBO EdTech robotic network extended to the market of Thailand

The first robotic club of international network ROBBO Club opened in Bangkok. During two years franchisee’s company plans to start 10 clubs in Thailand, with €400K investments amount. March 12th 2020 Bangkok, Thailand. The official opening of the robotic club ROBBO...
ROBBO taught schoolchildren robotics under Erasmus+ program

ROBBO taught schoolchildren robotics under Erasmus+ program

Russian education robotics manufacturer ROBBO developed program and carried out Greek schoolchildren training within European Union exchange program Erasmus+ 18.03.20 Helsinki, Finland In February-March 2020 students from the 1st Ergastriako Kentro Lagada school...
ROBBO presenting robots at Russian tech village

ROBBO presenting robots at Russian tech village

ROBBO participated in Startup Village in Moscow 6.-7.6.2017 with hundreds of other tech-entrepreneurs. Our Program Director Kristina presented our ROBBO Lab to Etelä-Suomen Sanomat. “It (ROBBO Lab) is not a robot that can move on its own, but it has a few...
ROBBO™ robots presented at Skolkovo Innovation Center

ROBBO™ robots presented at Skolkovo Innovation Center

Finnish online newspaper Keskipohjanmaa published an article about Skolkovo’s startup event Startup Village that was held in Moscow last week. ROBBO team was at the spot, together with hundreds of other entrepreneurs. Read the full article (in Finnish),...
ROBBO at “Russian Slush”

ROBBO at “Russian Slush”

ROBBO presented its robots at Startup Village “Russian Slush” in Moscow at Skolkovo Innovation Center 6.-7.6.2017. “The idea was to create something simple so that everyone has the chance to learn programming, technology and robotics,” says...