Admittedly it has been a long time since we last spoke. This is not because we are closed for business or that we no longer exist. Actually on the contrary, we have been extremely busy working on something completely different.
Since last November the team here at Robotify have been working tirelessly to craft an educational experience never before seen.
And today, we are delighted to announce the launch of Robotify Vivero. Vivero is a platform which allows users to control robots based here in Dublin, Ireland (🇮🇪). All for a tiny fraction of the price of purchasing and operating traditional robot kits.
Using our software you will be able to view in realtime, with less than half a second of latency, the response of your robot to a piece of code. Using the power of high speed video and low latency IoT technology your very own remotely controlled robot can be at the behest of you in seconds - FROM ANYWHERE.
We feel strongly about education using robots but cost has always been the issue. It is difficult for people to afford the high price of traditional robotic kits.
Once upon a time a user would have to purchase a robot for anywhere between €100 - €200 for a one-time project, but now with Robotify Vivero people can have the same experience for a fraction of the price. Theoretically up to 1300% cheaper! We teach the basics of programming and empower people by giving them CONTROL of bots. By the year 2034, 47% of all jobs will be replaced and automated by robots.
The Crash Course
To start, there will be three weekly 90 minute crash courses being run on the network. These courses will last 90 minutes (as per above) and will be on at the same time each week.
We will be launching our first publicly available course next week. 10 places will be available for each course. On the course you will learn about the following:
- Basic Programming Terminology
- Internet of Things
- If statements
- Blockly graphical programming
We are excited.
We are extremely excited to be moving forward with this brand new technology because we really feel as though it can change the way coding and robotics is consumed. Stay tuned!
If you have any questions get in touch with here.