The SR-Hover Self Balancing Robot from Studica Robotics is a pre-assembled, programmable WiFi robot ideal for teaching PID (Proportional–Integral–Derivative) controller skills. It includes a STM32 MCU with a Stepper Motor Driver Board, and Proportional–Integral–Derivative controller (PID). With its built-in wifi-camera, it can be controlled using iOS/Android apps and with a PC through coding. This robot teaches more advanced robotics with an accelerometer and vision. The SR-Hover is recommended for high school and college level robotics and controls programs.
Volume discounts are available for classrooms and distance learning. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Studica VMX FRC-compatible Training Bot (FRC Trainer) is a smaller, sturdy, lightweight, and less expensive robot than your typical FRC robot. If you have a large FRC team, often only a handful of students get to learn how to create and program your team’s costly competition robot. The FRC Trainer solves this problem and is ideal for groups of two to three to participate in hands-on learning in a classroom environment. Schools can equip their labs with multiple FRC Trainers, benefiting from the great value and compact size. Students can even take it home with them!
This affordable solution is intended for:
The FRC-compatible Trainer is an intelligent and autonomous robot that uses the VMX Advanced Robotics Controller which can be programmed in C++ and Java. VMX’s multitude of modern digital communications interfaces and Linux-based operating system allow users to directly access most modern devices (e.g., Intel RealSense tracking and depth cameras and LIDAR).
VMX-Pi Key Use Cases and Hardware/Software Features and Benefits
VMI-Pi Key Use Case Document is available here
Studica accepts Purchase Orders from Schools and established companies, offering net 30 terms upon review and approval. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
The WorldSkills Mobile Robotics VMX/Titan Workshop Kit is used in the classroom for teaching, testing and doing research in mobile robotics. It includes each the essential components and is referenced in the WorldSkills Mobile Robotics Shanghai 2022 training material.