Company Spotlight

DFRobot

Founded in 2008, DFRobot is a robotics and open source hardware provider, catering to hardware engineers, DIY enthusiasts and interactive designers. Our ever-growing product catalog boasts over 900 components and widgets from sensors, robotic platform, communication modules to 3D printers.

DFRobot
Rm 615,Bld.
Y1,No.112 Liangxiu Rd
Shanghai, Pudong 201203
China

With a mission of driving the future rooted in our corporate culture, DFRobot’s research and development team have constantly innovated with latest technology and collaborated with various tech giants such as Intel, Microsoft and Texas Instruments to maximize our impact. Besides, DFRobot strives to promote makers cultures by providing tools, electronics and training for schools, hacker spaces and hackathon events.


DFRobot News, Products & Resources
Podcast: Ricky Ye, STEM Education, Antbo Self-Learning Robot
Ricky Ye, CEO of DFRobot, joins The Robotics Trends Show to discuss the growing role of robotics in STEM education and the new Antbo self-learning robot for DIYers.

DFRobot Antbo DIY Robot
DFRobot has introduced its Antbo DIY robot designed to teach children and teenagers the basic principles of robotics. Antbo has 30 neurons for self-learning and “bionic” capabilities to analyze and understand its surroundings.

Parenting in the Tech Age: How Tech in the Classroom Will Impact the Playroom
By introducing STEM-learning concepts such as programming, coding and robotics, parents can open the doors of the maker movement.

Win a Vortex Open-Source Robot
The Vortex robot from DFRobot is designed to make learning robotics fun for children. We're giving one away as kids are heading back to school. Enter today.

How Robotics is Impacting Education
Over the next five years, STEM education will have an even bigger impact on the knowledge structure for innovation, spurring the next generation of innovators. As STEM courses become core curriculum, robots will serve as the central force.

Vortex Open-Source Robot Teaches Kids How to Code
The Vortex robot from DFRobot joins the growing field of interactive toys that teach kids how to program. Vortex comes pre-loaded with a number of games, but the hope is kids will want to learn how to make Vortex do more with custom programming.


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