MiRo the fully programmable autonomous robot is used by universities all over the world. Following months of research, third generation MiRo has been reengineered for education and will be available to schools to accelerate STEM learning.Read More
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Last week, MiRo and the Consequential Robotics team had the great privilege of attending the UK-Netherlands Innovation Showcase which took place at the opulent Mansion House in London.Read More
Today, as we arrive towards the end of the second year, following months of intense research and work from the product development and technical team, early MiRo has been reengineered into third generation MiRo!Read More
In 2016, the IT community were excited to learn that by 2020, the UK would need another 1 million tech workers to fill the volume of IT job roles created as an outcome of the growing tech industry*. Despite the good news, technology companies have struggled to meet this ambitious demand. Read how MiRo can be used to change the future of IT.Read More
Since it’s launch in early 2017, universities and research labs across the UK and around the globe have been using MiRo for research. MiRo’s accessible architecture and biomimetic morphology make it an attractive platform for research in fields such as biomimetic robotics, human-robot interaction and robotics in general. Read on and view the full list of universities using MiRo today.Read More