iChanical Launches Pioneering New STEM Development Tool

An innovative Dubai start-up is breathing new life into unwanted junk with the launch of an exciting new project designed to help students sharpen STEM skills in a way that is creative and inspiring. Aptly named ‘Junkbot,’ the brand new prototype from inventive computer technology manufacturer, iChanical sees students transform common waste products such as water bottles, CDs and cardboard into fully functional robots.

With the underlying goal of strengthening STEM knowledge, applying real life concepts and increasing environmental awareness, the multifaceted tool is set to become an educational essential in schools and learning institutions across the globe.

Ehteshamuddin P A, Ceo says “Junkbot is an awesome tool that helps students apply educational concepts to real life situations. It helps them to develop an increased focus on choosing a career path by increasing their interest in areas such as programming, electronics, mathematics, physics, environmental science, designing and prototyping.”

By offering students the chance to apply the concepts of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in a real life environment, Junkbot actively nurtures the development of STEM skills while instilling a sense of ecological responsibility. With a diverse range of additional educational benefits including programming skills, logical thinking and enhanced understanding of electronics, the forward thinking new tool is a valuable resource for students hailing from all economic backgrounds.

Operating bustling offices in the UAE, India and Australia, the company is already making waves in the technology industry with its comprehensive range of specialist services encompassing web and mobile applications, business intelligence and big data analytics. With a versatile team of highly skilled workers adopting an enduringly optimistic and open minded approach, iChanical is equipped with the expertise and passion to market its exciting new Junkbot tool to a global audience.

The initial prototype has received a hugely positive reception which has cemented iChanical’s plans to launch a crowdfunding campaign in order to raise funds needed to propel the project to the next stages of development. The company is also welcoming expressions of interest from angel investors interested in seed funding the project and helping to launch Junkbot onto the global stage. Junkbot has additionally been selected for round three of the TURN8 accelerator in Dubai, run by DP World.

Junkbot is an affordable STEM skill learning tool with a range of unique selling points that give it an undeniable edge over its existing competitors.   

To find out more about Junkbot and the other exciting projects currently underway at iChanical, please visit the website at: www.ichanical.com  or email: info@ichanical.com

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About Junkbot: Developed by innovative hardware, software and internet products manufacturer iChanical, Junkbot is an exciting new learning tool designed to help students refine STEM skills while increasing environmental awareness. Using recycled junk such as plastic bottles and CDs, the project offers an array of diverse educational benefits including the development of programming skills, ability to employ logical thinking, heightened understanding of electronics and an enriched appreciation for the importance of sustainability.

About iChanical: Run by a team of dynamic and resourceful professionals, iChanical is a Dubai based developer of hardware, software and internet products. With ambitious goals to take on global market leaders, iChanical is dedicated to using its expertise to transform the technical dreams of its clients into a fully functional reality.