Modular Robotics

By combining sensor, logic and actuator blocks, young kids can create simple reconfigurable robots that exhibit surprisingly complex behavior. Cubelets are 40mm plastic cubes with magnetic connectors, just pick them up and start building. MOSS connects using steel spheres and lets kids make robots that slither, drive, and glow. No programming necessary!
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Boulder, US
Founded
2008
Size (employees)
16 (est)
Modular Robotics was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Boulder, US

Key People at Modular Robotics

Eric Schweikardt

Eric Schweikardt

CEO & Design Director
Scott Shambo

Scott Shambo

Director of Supply Chain
Matthew Capron

Matthew Capron

Director of Production
Laure Levin

Laure Levin

Director of Sales

Modular Robotics Office Locations

Modular Robotics has an office in Boulder
Boulder, US (HQ)
1860 38th St

Modular Robotics Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2008

Total Funding

$6.1 m

Latest funding size

$3.1 m

Time since last funding

almost 3 years

Investors

Modular Robotics's latest funding round in November 2014 was reported to be $3.1 m. In total, Modular Robotics has raised $6.1 m

Traffic Overview of Modular Robotics

Modular Robotics Online and Social Media Presence

Modular Robotics News and Updates

Mr. Robot At Home: 50+ Consumer Robot Startups Helping To Clean, Cook, And More

Consumer robotics startups have bagged 25% of the global robotics deal share in the last 5 years. Around 40% of these consumer deals went to social robots like Anki, UBTECH, and Rokid. Educational robots that teach children how to code … Continued

The Robotics Ecosystem: Startup Funding By Category Broken Down In One Infographic

Deal count to robotics startups globally nearly doubled in 2015 to 136 deals from just 70 the previous year. Much of this growth was driven by the enterprise robotics sector, which is focused on robotics-enabled tasks ranging from industrial automation … Continued

Robotics Market Map: 80+ Robot Startups Working In Factories, Homes, And Hospitals

From factory floors to homes, the demand for robots as workers, companions, medical assistants, cooks and security guards — among other applications — is increasing. Though the spotlight has been on the industrial automation sector — with countries including Germany, … Continued

Modular Robotics Company Life and Culture

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