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by   -   March 6, 2014

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Elad Inbar’s RobotsLAB BOX was unanimously declared the winner of LAUNCHedu at SxSW. In it’s third year, the LAUNCHedu conference is held in Austin TX ahead of SxSW. LAUNCHedu focusses on bringing together education stakeholders and policy-makers with innovative early stage technologies and startups. The LAUNCHedu competition field started with 80 applicants and the other finalists ranged from tools to assist with college rankings and in examinations, to brain training, math and reading games.


by   -   February 6, 2013

Box Layers

We all know that robots are the gateway to STEM education, so what’s not to love about getting 4 robots in a box, complete with lessons preloaded on a tablet. As both the US and UK undergo core curricula changes to better reflect the changing workforce and education needs, the market potential for robotics in education grows. As well as workng in the consumer and cloud robotics space, Elad Inbar is the CEO of RobotsLab, a new educational robotics company, who launched their “BOX” of robots today at the TCEA education convention in Austin TX.


by   -   December 11, 2012

I interviewed Elad Inbar, CEO of the RobotAppStore, just before the announcement that Grishin Robotics was investing $250,000 in this cloud robotics market play.


by   -   December 10, 2012

For Grishin Robotics, the future is in the clouds.

Grishin Robotics are investing $250,000 into RobotAppStore, an online marketplace for robotics applications. It seems that Grishin is betting on the robotics industry following the same patterns as the smartphone or personal computing industry. But can robotics be compared to either personal computing or smartphones, given the lack of a unified robotic platform or even a common robotic function?


by   -   December 10, 2012

For Grishin Robotics, the future is in the clouds.






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