Equipment

creative solutions to complex problems

Finally, A robotic training solution designed by Educators for Educators…


We work with the Instructors and Admins to customize curriculum, equipment and support you with onsite training, ultimately meeting all your expectations. Give your students a smorgasbord of tools and harness their imagination!


With multiple levels of training and customization, your students will have a plan of progression from Middle School to High School, From High School to the Vocational College and up to the local State College. Options are available for labs, Universities and incumbent worker training as well.

School Pathways : 4 levels to propel students


The training program consists of an introductory dive into theory, simulation and hands-on experiential learning. At the start, students will get a theoretical introduction into cobots with key lessons such as technology, terminology and a contrast of the industries. With an action-oriented and problem-solving Industrial Robot Kit, the approach has a laser focus on experimental learning, not just on the detailed technical aspects, but also the final project of accomplishing a manufacturing objective; simulating a manufacturing process! Students walk away certified and part of the Roots4Life program, ready to grow their engineering / manufacturing portfolio.

Typically Middle School Level

LAUNCH: At this beginner level students enjoy the practical knowledge of integrating and programming basic industrial components with a Collaborative Robot. Instructors follow a step-by-step program and can add competition with the flexibility and ease of the system.


The training program consists of an introductory dive into theory, simulation and hands-on experiential learning. At the start, students will get a theoretical introduction into cobots with key lessons such as technology, terminology and a contrast of the industries. To accompany the curriculum, real-world components allow agile recreation of processes and advanced programming techniques. With an action-oriented and problem-solving Industrial Robot Kit, the approach has a laser focus on programming development, not just on the detailed technical aspects, but also the final project of accomplishing a manufacturing objective; simulating a manufacturing process! Students walk away certified and part of the Roots4Life program, ready to grow their engineering / manufacturing portfolio.

Typically High School Level

ORBIT: At this level, aspiring Professionals will perform simulations and hands-on robotic training with personal expert instruction and a curriculum full of engaging industrial driven task. With an expert at your site giving guidance, students will have an in-depth understanding of bringing the system to life.


The training concept consists of a deep dive into theory, simulation and hands-on experiential learning. At the start, students or participants will get a theoretical introduction into robotics with key lessons such as technology, terminology and comparisons and a virtual factory overview, along with industry standard peripherals to create a real-world process. With an action-oriented and problem-solving Industrial Robot Kit, the approach has a laser focus on hands-on training, not just on the detailed technical aspects, but also the final project of accomplishing a manufacturing objective, simulating a manufacturing process! Students walk away certified and part of the Roots4Life program, ready to grow their engineering / manufacturing portfolio.

Typically Vocational School Level

Connect your systems for an Integrated Learning Factory

MISSION: This level will introduce [undergraduate] students to content and MULTIPLE robotic packages with industrial PLC/HMI networking tools and peripherals that could make a contribution to their field, has immediate benefits to the students, faculty, institution, and potentially the industry. With an expert at your site giving guidance, students will have an in-depth understanding of bringing multiple systems to life, integrating external devices and networking all devices for smart manufacturing.


The training program consists of a deep dive into theory, simulation and hands-on experiential learning and significant application training. At the start, students or participants will get a theoretical introduction into robotics with key lessons such as technology, terminology and comparisons and a virtual factory overview. With an action-oriented and problem-solving Integrated Learning Factory, the approach focuses the training, not just on the detailed technical aspects, but also the final project of accomplishing a manufacturing objective, creating a custom product. Students walk away certified and part of the Roots4Life program, ready to grow their engineering / manufacturing portfolio.

Typically Undergraduate Level

Workforce Development

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