Learning with robots


  • How do I move a robot along a line?
  • Which robot team will score the most goals?
  • Which robot will navigate a series of obstacles?

Electrical drive technology, sensors, control technology, image processing and programming techniques. Understanding technology – Using an entirely different approach.


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The Robotino® offers more than just technology, it also offers a wide range of exciting new exercises – but it doesn't stop there: with Robotino® you can become a world champion. The challenge for the mobile robots? To play football. The long-term goal (if you'll excuse the pun)? To have autonomous robots beat people some day – at playing football.

What makes the Robotino® so attractive for training applications?

The technology

The student integrates and uses an extensive range of technology, for example electrical drive technology, sensors, control technology, image processing and programming techniques.

The chassis

The Robotino® is a high-quality, mobile robot system with an omnidirectional drive. It can be moved forwards, backwards and sideways in all directions, as well as turned on the spot, by means of three wheels.

The special attraction

The Robotino® is autonomous! Numerous sensors, a camera and a high-performance controller give the system the "intelligence" it needs. When correctly programmed, it can freely perform the tasks required of it.

The current trend

In addition to industrial robot technology, the market for mobile and service robots is gaining increasingly in importance. With the Robotino®, your training will follow a major technical and economic trend.

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