Robotics

Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots.

STEM education is the learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in an interdisciplinary or integrated approach.

WOLFOX Collaborated with Novatech Robo to Avail Robotic Education in Maharashtra.



Our Mission in association with Novatech Robo

The mission of the company is to help every child move ahead with their dreams Understanding the basic steps of manufacturing comes from hands-on practice and the Novatech Robo and S.T.E.M. Education Program makes this easy for all school students from class 2 onwards to get started and become budding Roboteers, Engineers, Doctors, Scientist, Inventors, Makers. The Novabot Kit is starting up intelligent content for a full S.T.E.M. education program Leading to Drone Technology, 3D printer, IOT and so on. The program is specifically designed to help students explore the intrigues and mysteries of the world, and try to decode them scientifically and analytically.

Collaboration & Asscociations

WOLFOX & Novatech Robo have obtained technical expertise by forming association & collaborations with some of the world leading Universities and Organizations.



Lawrence Technological University

Robofest, by Lawrence Technological University Michigan,USA an international competition, an effective way for students to learn their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) curriculum in a fun and entertaining way. Novatech Robo has exclusive access to this program in India and Middle East. Lawrence Technological University Michigan, USA has appreciated and recognized the contribution made by Mr. Imtiaz Ahmed Khan CEO of Novatech Robo toward promotion of robotics education in India and has appointed Mr. Imtiaz Ahmed Khan as Director of “Robofest India”



University of West Florida

Novatech Robo has exclusive access to Robotic Interactive learning Environment (RILE) course materials for Mathematics and Science specially developed by highly qualified faculty from University of West Florida (UWF) USA in association with iSpace USA based on the course curriculum of Indian ICSE and CBSE and IGCSE as well as on-line access to robots in the robotic lab developed by RILE in USA under MOU dated 14th Feb 2013. It is beyond the class room learning. Novatech Robo has exclusive rights in India and Middle East for Certificate Diploma and Degree Courses in Robotics conducted by University of West Florida in Association with BIZZYBYTE California USA. At present these courses are being done on-line.

WOLFOX & Novatech Robo have collaborated with some leading organizations like ROBOFEST of Lawrence Technological University Michigan USA and RILE of University of West Florida, Pensacola USA. In addition to these 2 universities, Novatech Robo is also associated with other leading international organization in robotics like Defense Institute for Advance Training (Part of DRDO), ISpace California USA, Korean Robocare Company Ltd, University of Seoul and Sunggyunkwan University of Korea.



What is STEM ?

S.T.E.M stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. STEM is important because it pervades every part of our lives. By exposing students to STEM and giving them opportunities to explore STEM-related concepts, they will develop a passion for it and hopefully pursue a job in a STEM field. A curriculum that is STEM-based has real-life situations to help the student learn. Programs integrate multiple classes to provide opportunities to see how concepts relate to life in order to hopefully spark a passion for a future career in a STEM field. STEM activities provide hands-on and minds-on lessons for the student. Making math and science both fun and interesting helps the student do much more than just learn.






Why STEM?

In the 21st century, scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important as we face, the benefits and challenges of both globalization and a knowledge-based economy. To succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM to levels much beyond what was considered acceptable in the past.