The Alpha Mini is a portable, intelligent companion robot that takes STEM learning to the next level with its AI functionality. With the Alpha mini, students have a truly intelligent robot companion that is ready to befriend, entertain, teach and communicate. Its functionality includes voice recognition, 4G LTE connectivity, face recognition, illustrated book recognition and object recognition.

Kit Overview

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3 Kit

  • 3 Alpha Mini Robots: includes directional sensors, TOF IR Sensor, 4 microphones, stereo Sound, and dual IPS LCD screen. Windows PC/iOS and Android tablet programmable.
  • 1 Pedagogy and Quick-Start Guide
  • 1 Australian Curriculum Aligned Lesson Plans
  • 1 Pelican Case with SafeStore
  • 1 Custom UV Printing

$8,999 $7,999

6 Kit

  • 6 Alpha Mini Robots: includes directional sensors, TOF IR Sensor, 4 microphones, stereo Sound, and dual IPS LCD screen. Windows PC/iOS and Android tablet programmable.
  • 1 Pedagogy and Quick-Start Guide
  • 1 Australian Curriculum Aligned Lesson Plans
  • 1 Pelican Case with SafeStore
  • 1 Custom UV Printing

$16,998 $15,998

Experience Advanced Humanoid Movement

With 13+ movable joints, the Alpha Mini can dance, move, and workout while the LCD eyes can show emotion and expression. These abilities are all made possible thanks to its sophisticated servos, which have timing accuracy within 0.01 sec, support 360° rotation, and can move with accuracy to 1°.

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Embrace AI Whilst Coding

Using the Alpha Mini’s range of sensors, students can program him to undertake a variety of different actions based on input from its sensors and object/facial recognition camera.

Experiment with Programming

Program and customise Alpha Mini depending on the lessons and exercises you wish to use. Equipped with ROSA, an open platform integrating the Android SDK, you can easily add the applications and documents of your choice. Adding educational materials in this way allows Alpha Mini to assist you in tackling different subjects in a more engaging way.

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Testimonials

Belinda Zanello

Visual Art Teacher
Sacred Heart College

Very inspired as an educator and for the students to be future-ready! "Creativity is intelligence having fun" - Albert Einstein; and today definitely proved that!

Fergus Grant

Digital Coordinator
Mercedes College

Students really benefited from the cutting edge technology - not all schools have access to it all the time, so to have it at their fingertips really gave them a further step into their education.

Amanda Brook

Teacher
St Brigid's Catholic Primary School

The students were completely immersed in learning through the technology, rather than than looking at two dimensional information. They have come up with some really great ideas to follow up and research back at school.

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