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Antbot 2.0 Update

The New Antbot Console
Oct 20, 2021

With the launch of Antbot 2.0 around the corner, we've been looking for opportunities to share some of our development efforts with our readers. With the new motherboards prototyped and passing tests, and the new console software nearly ready for a beta release, we wanted to show you something.


AudioSerial Over the Air!

A Food Delivery Box with AudioSerial Modem Lock
Jan 22, 2021

Robots Everywhere has once again partnered with Tarlow Design to help food deliveries reach their clients securely and safely, in the wake of COVID-19. We hope with the use of our technology, we can overcome some common problems small restaurants have with big delivery services. More interestingly, we've found a way to expand our AudioSerial technology to operate over the air - not just over the wire!


Automated Delivery Drone from Recycled Materials

Truckbot from Recycled Chassis
Mar 30, 2020

With the COVID19 pandemic, restaurants and businesses have needed alternative delivery methods to reach their customers. Robots Anywhere provides an inexpensive solution to upgrade any chassis to cellular drive-by-wire, even in low bandwidth environments.


Chlorophyll Detector on Mars Rover 2020!

The Robots Everywhere Laser Chlorophyll Detector
Jul 31, 2019

The chlorophyll detector we developed with NASA Ames Research is going to be launched to Mars in 2020! The final design of the detector was sent for space rating in May 2019, and while Robots Everywhere is sad to not be producing the space rated model that will be going up on the rover (NASA is doing that in-house) we are very happy to have our names on the design, and our instrument finally traveling to the red planet.


Google Cardboard on Android 2

A Person Doing Yoga in the Robots Everywhere Office
Feb 15, 2015

We backported Google Cardboard to Android 2 in order to use old surplus phones to teach yoga.


The Sincerest Flattery

A Robots Anywhere Antbot Variant Made by a Customer
Feb 12, 2013

Most of everything we sell is open source and open schematic � Jodi has built an Android rover based on the antbot design, with minimal help from us. Take a look!


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