Ice Cream with Robots

An Automated Ice Cream Dispenser by Robots Everywhere and Tarlow Designs
Apr 16, 2019

This ice cream dispenser was built in collaboration with Tarlow Design Not only was it a delicious project, but it lead to the creation of the One Inch Punch Controller! The One Inch Punch is a common serial bus controller with only one square inch of footprint, with built in motor, servo, and secondary serial I/O. Even alone, the One Inch Punch is powerful enough to control individual tools, such as a drill press, winch, or hopper.


Working to Get Rid of Landmines

The Minesweepers Landmine Free Logo
Oct 28, 2017

We are now a technical cosponsor with Minesweepers Towards a Landmine-Free World by contributing NAVCOM AI technology to the competitors in Malaysia. We are proud to help make the world a safer place. Land mines are a serious problem, and we are excited to be able to contribute to their removal. Take a look at for more information about our participation and what their organization is doing to remove land mines.


Battlebots 2015!

Battlebots Bronco Logo Insignia by Inertia Labs
Jun 25, 2015

We participated in Battlebots 2015 by providing the firmware and some of the electronics for Inertia Labs' Bronco heavyweight battlebot. Check out the show on ABC starting today! Bronco's first fight will broadcast June 28th.


We're in Kerbal Space Program!

The Kerbal Space Program Team at Squad Unboxing a Robots Everywhere Solar Rover
Aug 7, 2013

The next step after space was obviously the awesome indie game Kerbal Space Program. We built another solar rover and sent it to the developers, as thanks for adding rovers into the game.


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!


OpenROV in the New York Times

The OpenROV, Designed by Robots Everywhere
May 28, 2012

The OpenROV, designed by the Robots Everywhere team for NASA engineer Eric Stackpole, has made it into the New York Times! Check out the article after the break.


Barge Tracking with eTrac Engineering

eTrac Engineering and Robots Everywhere Testing Bargetrac in Sausalito Harbor, California
Sep 16, 2011

eTrac Engineering was our first major client as a consulting company, and we operated as their principal design contractors even before founding Robots Everywhere. In 2011, we built a solar powered tracker for their barges. The BargeTrac system is a solar powered low current circuit. It is an evolution of the proprietary eTrac circuit board. BargeTrac uses two GPS units to improve positional accuracy and generate accurate heading data on metal barges on which a compass would not be effective.