RobotLAB Joins Forces with Avantis

Education Technology Insights | Monday, November 29, 2021

RobotLAB Inc. announced its collaboration with Avantis Ltd. to improve the power of Virtual and Augmented Reality for education. 

FREMONT, CA: The award-winning educational robotics company, RobotLAB Inc., in recent times, announced its collaboration with Avantis Ltd., a UK-based pioneer in virtual classroom reality. ClassVR, the flagship product of Avantis, provides a scalable platform that harnesses the power of Virtual and Augmented Reality for education. It comes with numerous lesson plans and access to classroom management tools, and a real-time classroom delivery platform. 

"RobotLAB is working in the Virtual Field Trips market for many years," said Elad Inbar, RobotLAB's CEO," First, as Google Expeditions' global certified partner, and now that it was retired, as the creator of Google Expeditions' alternative - VR Expeditions 2.0. The partnership with Avantis and the introduction of ClassVR as a part of RobotLAB's portfolio cements RobotLAB's leadership in the Educational VR field and the commitment to the education community," added Inbar.

"We're incredibly excited that RobotLAB is representing ClassVR," said Huw Williams, Chief Marketing Officer for Avantis," Class VR has been an educational success worldwide, and the partnership with RobotLAB will help to bring it to many more schools." added Williams. "ClassVR was named the 5* Winner of the Tech for Teachers Award. We are always conscious that any classroom technology should be relevant and impactful and not just about the technology, so it was great to see that RobotLAB has a similar mission statement. Sometimes, the stars align perfectly," concluded Williams.

RobotLAB claims that the collaboration will continuously improve educational technology during in-person teaching in the classroom and a situation like a pandemic. 

ClassVR extends the virtual reality portfolio of RobotLAB, ranging from the Basic VR kits, AR/VR kits to Advanced VR kits, and the newly released Class VR kits, available in packs of 4, 8 & 30 headsets. Educators will also appreciate Class VR content on their devices and eventually on VR Expeditions 2.0 content, which is also available on Class VR content. 

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