Proteus is just as accessible for beginners as it is for advanced users.
Students begin with Python on our web-based IDE with robot simulator for testing code, and can move to more advanced languages and techniques as they progress.
As students advance they can access more complexity and technical detail within the platform, enabling advanced robotics projects.
Module diversity includes everything already seen in edtech and much more. Including camera & LIDAR.
Students can design and 3D print their own modules to expand the robot's capabilities. Interfacing electronics is easily achieved using Arduino.
The flexibility of our platform facilitates real world project based learning.
Students can design, develop & evaluate their solution to a real world problem using technologies previously only available to research & industry.
Learning outcomes from these real world projects prepare students for university and the jobs of tomorrow.
We are currently looking to get in touch with high schools and robotics clubs in Queensland, Australia who might be interested in evaluating our platform with their students in 2018.