Barobo, Inc. was founded in 2010 as a commercial spinoff of technology developed in the Integration Engineering Laboratory at the University of California Davis. Barobo, Inc. aims to make robotics more affordable, adaptable, reconfigurable, and reprogrammable for education, research, and industrial applications. Its flagship product, the Mobot, is a modular robot designed for transformative K-12 science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. With Babobo’s SnapConnector technology multiple modules easily connect for various applications. Mobots are especially suitable to teaching and learning STEM subjects in classrooms with collaborative learning. Robots are the next shop class, which can inspire students to pursue careers in science and engineering.
Barobo, Inc. is a commercial spinnoff of technology developed in the Integration Engineering Laboratory at the University of California Davis.
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