This is Robolink
Robolink makes robotics kits for students to learn about the joys and wonders of engineering, coding, and STEM. They want to help more students learn about how technology can be used creatively to make the world a better place.
Robolink's mission is to empower educators and classrooms around the world with tools to help students explore the wonders of coding, engineering, and innovation through robotics. They do so by equipping educators with kits and suites of tools that don't just make the learning fun, it also makes the teaching a delight.
Three kits to help teach & learn about coding, engineering, and STEM
Zumi is a tiny buildable self-driving car kit that's all about making artificial intelligence approachable.
CoDrone comes in three varieties that help students learn about drones and coding, from block based to Python, CoDrone Pro, CoDrone Mini, and CoDrone EDU are here for you.
A zero-screentime 10-in-1 robotics and coding kit. You can learn to build various robots, then code them without a computer or other device.
Robolink started in 2012 in San Diego as a small after school program amongst friends, teaching local kids about engineering with basic robotics components. As more students joined, we grew to become a formal after school learning center, with classes and summer camps, lead by a team of instructors from local universities.
Schools began purchasing their kits more and more, looking for kits that could teach STEM and coding without just staring at a screen. So they invested in creating another robotics kit, and in 2016, they raised $230K on Kickstarter and launched their first programmable drone: the CoDrone Pro.
They shared their curriculum with schools, after school, and camp partners. As demand grew, Robolink began focusing on tailoring their content specifically for classroom settings and the needs of schools so they could focus on reaching more students.
In 2019, Robolink launched another successful Kickstarter for our artificial intelligence-focused robot Zumi.