DFRobot brings the real-world into the classroom at EDIX

2019-06-19 13:18 2570

SHANGHAI, June 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- DFRobot, the world-leading robotics and open source hardware provider, brings its innovative STEM education resources to EDIX 2019 - Japan's largest education IT show from 19-21 June in Tokyo.

DFRobot brings the real-world into the classroom at EDIX
DFRobot brings the real-world into the classroom at EDIX

Committed to transforming learning and teaching by bringing the real-world into the classroom, DFRobot will showcase its hands-on learning resources including the full suite of Boson Kits, micro:Maqueen, Max:bot, Mind+, Gravity, Internet of Things Kits, and its popular LattePanda resource.

DFRobot is dedicated to reshaping contemporary education and strives to make STEM subjects more easily accessible to teachers, students, and parents through its range of comprehensive learning kits.

Ricky Ye, CEO of DFRobot, said:

"As a company, we believe that the seed of making and creating needs to be nurtured amongst students, and one of the best ways of achieving this in a tech-centric world is by encouraging the younger generations to become a community of learners through open-source and cutting-edge STEM technologies.

"DFRobot has a strong history of creating innovate and user-friendly hardware and software edtech resources and I'm excited to meet, and welcome new members to our community of learners at EDIX."

As a leading STEM resource, DFRobot's catalogue boasts over 1,300 components and widgets, and has delivered an impressive 1.5 million units to over 220 countries around the world.

DFRobot and its friendly team, can be found at Stand B3-12.

About DFRobot:

Founded in 2010 by Ricky Ye, DFRobot is a world-leading robotics and open source hardware provider. In 2013, DFRobot expanded its offering by launching its STEM education resources.

DFRobot's robotics kits, created using Arduino/micro:bit/Raspberry Pi and DIY robots, offer pupils an engaging and coding-free method of developing skills associated with STEM subjects and effectively bridge the gap between theoretical and practical coding and electronics knowledge.

Catering to pre-school through to university education, DFRobot has delivered more than one million open source modules to students, teachers, and researchers, and have a presence in over 8,000 school and more than 200 countries.

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