Recognized for pioneering the use of robots with full facial expressions, Corporate Vision Magazine names RoboKind the Best International Social Robotics Company in the Technology Innovators category.
This news arrives as RoboKind continues to reach nationwide and global expansion. Robots4Autism, now in 100 schools and districts, engages students through lifelike facial expressions and interactions. Guided by research-based lesson plans, the program’s evidence-based practices help teachers, therapists and facilitators build a student’s social and emotional skillset.
“RoboKind is honored to receive this award as a top robotics company,” said RoboKind CEO Fred Margolin. “We strive to create affordable humanoid robots that serve an important educational purpose.”
The Robots4STEM program, expected to be fully available during the 2017-18 school-purchasing season, helps students learn the fundamentals of computer programming by coding actions for humanoid robot, Jett.
Both Milo and Jett are now available with African American likeness to create equal access to learning opportunities with RoboKind.