October 01, 2013      

Working in the intersection of robotics and education, RobotLAB is introducing drones, rovers and other robots as a teaching-aid for middle and high school math and science classrooms.

Many STEM projects focus mainly on science, technology, and engineering, neglecting the mathematics component. Meanwhile, math proficiency in high school students has fallen to 32 percent– disqualifying many graduates from entry-level jobs. RobotLAB’s team of roboticists, engineers, teachers, and professors is dedicated to fixing the education system using 21st century technology, bringing math to life and preparing students for their future.

Our first product, RobotsLAB BOX, has been well received by educators, streaming early revenues since spring 2013.

For the first time, without any prior experience in robotics or computer science, teachers can demonstrate abstract concepts like slope, sine, cosine, and vectors right out of the BOX using robots.

The lesson plans are strictly aligned with mandated Common Core, TEKS and STAAR standards for middle and high school. Designed by teachers for teachers, this affordable solution improves student’s understanding and information retention. The RobotsLAB BOX has opened a new market for robotics, proving to be the best engagement tool math classes have ever seen.

RobotLAB’s mission is to augment educators and engage students using the most innovative tools, driving excellence, and ensuring their future success.

Download this spec sheet to learn more about the RobotsLAB BOX.