Brand Story

Abilix--Global pioneer and leader in educational robots

Abilix was founded in 1996, and is the world’s first educational robot brand. Over the last 20 years, Abilix has obtained a total of more than 200 patented technologies, independently developed over 120 types of educational robots, written more than 50 sets of robot teaching materials (in 9 language versions), which have been batch exported to over 30 countries and are the only high-tech education products batched exported from China.

Presently, Abilix educational robots are used in 31 countries and regions as platforms for teaching, competition and scientific and technological activities in more than 21,500 primary and secondary schools, more than 1,000 universities, more than 1,200 school robotics laboratories, and more than 200 robot activity centers (Abilix home). Meanwhile, Abilix has also established product distribution and service networks, online shopping malls, and offline experience stores for home users globally.

Household products

Abilix has the world's most extensive educational robot product line. It has the family user-oriented Krypton series brick robots, Oculus series mobile robots, Sinus series flying robots, and Everest series humanoid robots.

Robot activity centers (Abilix home)

cater primarily to youngsters aged 5 - 16. They help children happily cultivate scientific and technological literacy, as well as practice to improve the skills required for success through the ability training course system, which uses the educational robots as platforms. The course is rich, systematic, and progresses step-by-step. At each course stage, there is a corresponding World Education Robot contest (WER), a professional tournament that helps verify the results of learning.

Robotics laboratories

cater to students in universities, secondary and primary schools. Using brick robots, modular robots, mobile robots, flying robots, and humanoid robots as platforms, and equipped with a brand-new course content, teaching model and evaluation system, robotics laboratories are a great solution to adolescent creative ability training based on technical education.

Brand History

Theoretical Foundations

The theoretical foundations of educational robots are constructivism, multiple intelligence, and successful intelligence.

Successful intelligence: Educational robot projects can systematically train a child’s creative, analytic, and practical abilities. They also ultimately provide the child with the most important skills needed for success in life.

Abilix applications: Guided by the contest projects, students receive training in analytics, creativity and practicality, and learn how to effectively use these three abilities to enhance their chance of success by working persistently to complete each task.

Multiple intelligence: During the implementation process of educational robot projects, each student should be respected for their distinctive multiple intelligence. Areas where students excel and where they face challenges should be identified and reinforced.

Abilix applications: Teach students in accordance with their aptitude, help each student find their own talent and most suitable development path, as well as identify and reinforce each student’s strengths and address weaknesses.

Constructivism: Educational robots are used not only to cultivate students’ technological literacy and scientific knowledge, but also to create opportunities through robot projects and competitions, and to enable children to happily and freely construct knowledge that is unforgettable. Such knowledge can be creatively acquired and applied, as well as help children to use the self-constructed knowledge to solve real-life problems.

Abilix applications: During the process, as students complete a series of robot projects, ranging from elementary to more advanced levels, they actively build a range of knowledge on mechanics, electronics, software, robot systems, project requirement analyses, plan designs, and plan implementations, and use this self-constructed knowledge to solve specific problems.