Prepare skilled professionals with the Promobot Education system
Promobot Education allows you to learn programming, mechatronics, electronics, and AI on modern robots used in real-world business sectors
  • Promobot Robox
    Educational kit with a servo motor and a distance sensor for learning the basics of robotics
  • Promobot Rooky
    A replica of the Promobot service robot manipulator, adapted for learning robotics
  • Promobot V.4
    Educational Robot Platform
    Service robot for practical skills in robotics
The package also includes
✔️A set of training programs allows you to work with the platforms in a virtual environment and in remote access mode
Teaching and Learning Materials
✔️ The materials are practical, meet the requirements of modern educational standards and allow to master advanced level of training
Impact of Promobot Education
  • Control of service robots, manipulators and servos
  • Programming for direct and inverse kinematics
  • Neural networks and recognition system prototyping
  • Ability to work with industrial data buses
  • Ability to work with industrial automation protocols
  • Ability to work with the ROS operating system
Promobot V.4 Features
The service robot - an employee of a higher education institution:
  • Greet and welcome visitors
  • Communicate freely, hold a natural conversation, answers questions from applicants/students/teachers
  • Provide information about the university, events and news
  • Display the material on the screen
  • Conduct interactive activities
  • Remember and recognize users' faces
  • Move freely around the university and help with navigation
  • Connect to external systems and services
  • Develops the interest of applicants/students in technical professions
Create an image of an innovative higher education institution and attract the attention of applicants and their parents with the Promobot V.4 service robot
Promobot is the largest service robotics manufacturer in Northern and Eastern Europe.
We carry out developments in the fields of mechatronics, electronics, artificial intelligence and neural networks, autonomous navigation, speech recognition, development of artificial skin and muscles, and human-machine interaction.