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uKit Explore

UKIT Advanced robotics set

Price: $649.95

uKit Explore, formerly UKIT Advanced, offers an open-ended approach to robotics and coding for the more experienced roboticists in your classroom. With a more sophisticated and versatile tool set, uKit Explore provides an in-depth look at the mechanics, electronics, and programming behind real high-tech robotics. This kit is recommended for middle to high school.

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What’s in uKit Explore?


Teach with uCode

uCode is the web programming environment that takes machine learning to the next level. Students of all levels can program using block-based coding and dual text-based programming. uCode not only programs uKit Explore robots but goes above and beyond, allowing students to create digital games and animations, code 3D simulations, and utilize real-time AI programming. Click here for additional uCode resources and activities.

In order to connect the uKit Explore board within uCode, users must install and open the uCode Connection Assistant (PC or Mac) as prompted when trying to connect.

uCode is optimized for Google Chrome and best runs within the Chrome browser.

Program with Arduino IDE

The uKit Explore programming board is also fully compatible with the Arduino programming environment. The Arduino IDE is an open-source platform that allows users to write programs and upload to multiple micro-controllers. Download Arduino IDE here.

UKITs are Authenticated™ and integrate well into STEM-friendly homes and programs.

uKit Explore Class Pack


uKit Class Pack bundles make it easy to bring our standards-aligned STEM robotics kits to your classrooms.

Price: $5,199.60

  • uKit Explore kits; 2-4 students per kit
  • Recommended for middle to high school
  • 38 pre-designed models as well as dual programming in our browser-based software, uCode (optimized for Google Chrome)
  • Supported by a variety of curricula including STEM, circuitry, and open-ended challenges