NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--UBTECH Robotics, the company that created the cutting-edge Alpha Series of humanoid robots, has announced its line of Jimu Robots will be featured on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Monday, November 28th, 2016. The segment will feature 136 of the company’s STEM-friendly Jimu Robots built by students performing a dance to C&C Music Factory’s “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).” The UBTECH Jimu Robot segment coincides with Cyber Monday and the kickoff of the busy holiday shopping season.
“We’re beyond excited to bring our Jimu Robot dance party to Good Morning America and show how much fun building, coding and programming a robot can be,” said John Rhee, General Manager, North America, UBTECH. “Jimu Robot’s ability to foster innovation and creativity while providing valuable STEM learning makes it an ideal holiday gift that kids and parents will both love.”
All of the featured Jimu Robots that include Buzzbot, penguin and elephant robots were built by students at Hermosa Valley, Saint Frances Cabrini and Palisades Elementary schools in California. The three magnet schools recently incorporated UBTECH Robotics into their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) curriculum to boost STEM enthusiasm in the classroom and equip students with 21st century work skills.
Jimu Robot from UBTECH is an interactive robotic building block system that lets kids 8–14 build, program and share their robot creations. Jimu Robot was built from the ground up to specifically meet the needs of STEM curriculum and bridges the gap between learning and pure fun.
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About UBTECH Robotics:
Established to provide cutting-edge technical solutions, UBTECH Robotics is a highly innovative software house, systems integrator and technology provider. The company is best known globally as the industry leader in humanoid robotics like the Alpha 1S. With its world-class robots that are interactive and enjoyable for the entire family, UBTECH Robotics allows you step away from traditional play and into a world where robots are our friends. For more information on UBTECH’s Jimu Robot line, visit jimurobots.com. For more information on UBTECH Robotics and its complete line of robots, visit www.ubtrobot.com and follow them on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube.