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Welcome to Active Robots Online Robotics Shop

Born in 2002 Active Robots has grown dramatically year on year. Today, we are a leading supplier and manufacturer of robots, robotics parts, kits and robot-electronics, continuing to provide our customers with the newest technologies and the best customer service possible.

We supply a vast range of customers from the education sector and commercial customers through to hobbyists. We have a team of dedicated enthusiasts that are always on the lookout for the newest technologies ensuring that we keep our customers at the forefront of all the latest developments.

Our experienced and friendly sales team are always happy to assist you with any query you may have relating to your order.

Your can view many thousands of products and we are continually extending the range but if there are any products that you would like us to stock, then please let us know and we will do our best to source them.

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  • Why should robots be used in schools?

    Why should robots be used in schools?

    January 29, 2018

    With robots slowly infiltrating our daily lives, surely there should be more of them in schools helping children get used to working alongside automation and gaining experience in Technology and Science subjects which are coming to dominate the workplace.

    So, why should schools start using robots in their lessons?

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  • Time to tackle STEM reluctance?

    Time to tackle STEM reluctance?

    January 22, 2018

    The Irish Times recently posted an article where they examined a report that looked into the reasons why students continued to avoid STEM subjects in school. They, along with AbbVie, hosted an event to explore how industry and education leaders in Ireland can work together to create more engagement with Science, Technology, English and Maths subjects in school environments and in the article shared their findings.

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