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UKIT Advanced offers an open-ended approach to robotics and STEM topics for the more experienced roboticists in your classroom. With a more sophisticated and versatile tool set, UKIT Advanced provides an in-depth look at the mechanics, electronics, and programming behind real high-tech robotics.
Comprehensive building kit includes over 1000 pieces, 16 servos, real Arduino-compatible microcontroller, and complete circuitry kit for limitless opportunities
NGSS-aligned curriculum designed to prepare students for college and careers with complex, real-world design and coding challenges – learn more about our NGSS-aligned UKIT Advanced curriculum here
Working with Circuits curriculum provides an introduction to circuitry fundamentals and electrical engineering
Build and program with block-based code using UBTECH Education’s proprietary uCode software, or text-based code in C/C++ through Arduino IDE
Up to 38 pre-designed models in the software invite students to fully explore the engineering design process, or invent their own projects
What's in UKIT Advanced?
More than 1000 pieces included
16 servo motors
Two DC motors
Sturdy storage box & sorting tray
Teach with uCode
uCodeis the web programming environment that takes machine learning to the next level. Students of all levels can program using block-based coding and dual text-based programming. uCode not only programs UKIT robots but goes above and beyond allowing students to create digital games, animations, drive 3D simulations and utilize real time AI programming.
3D, 360-degree modeling system supports students through each build – 38 total builds for UKIT Advanced
AI integrated blocks and machine model training environment enables students to incorporate AI functionality into projects
Virtual stage mode allows students to create games, animations, and virtual programs that also connect with UKIT hardware
Upload mode supports dual programming with block-based and text-based (C/C++) programming ability – connects with Arduino IDE
3D simulation lab with virtual drive programming environmentsenables programming virtual robots without external hardware
In order to connect the UKIT Advanced board within uCode, users must install and open the uCode Connection Assistant (pc or mac) within uCode and prompted when trying to connect.
uCode web is optimized for Google Chrome and best runs within theChrome browser.
The UKIT Advanced programming board is also fully compatible with the Arduino programming environment. The Arduino IDE is an open-source platform that allows users to write programs and upload to multiple micro-controllers. Download Arduino IDE here.