|A mobile phone allows you to become the bot|
|Explore the real world from the comfort of your laptop, ipad or mobile|
|Control the Ramblebot online experience from anywhere in the world with an ordinary browser|
|Matej - Student of mechatronics with experience in CAD software, programming of PLC-s, Arduino, electronics, engineering, robotics, SCADA, automation and organisation in industrial process.|
|Adrian Olar - Android, Java software developer.|
|Jamie Costa - RambleBot 3D Designer, Mechanical Engineering. I like robots and 3D printing technologies.|
|Shane Weddle - Robotics enthusiast, electronic and mechanical engineer.|
|Sergio Yanes - Android, Java and .NET C# software developer, I like technology and robots.|
|Liz Rettger - RambleBot software developer, specializing in highly interactive, dynamic applications and emerging technologies. Liz works with a variety of languages, but mainly PHP, iOS, Android, Python, jQuery, MySQL, and Arduino.|
|Georgios Michalis - RambleBot 3D designer, mechanical engineering, mechatronics and robotics.|
|Andrew Noske - Matt's good friend and original idea man behind the mobile telepresence concept.|
|Matt Walker - Founder who needed a RambleBot to interact with his son while overseas.|
|Jarvis Walker - RambleBot tester / destroyer.|
|We need more developers! App developers and 3D designers!|
|RambleBot||OTG cable or bluetooth into mobile||App||
mobile 3G/4G or WIFI
anywhere in the world
|Login to website for controls and tracking|
|Once logged in with the users email and password the android app allows manual control of the bot for testing as well as valuable GPS and battery level feedback. Download App Here
||RambleBot takes robot security incredibly seriously. All communications commands from the robot to mobile app to your local computer are encrypted. However if an attacker can get your email and password they could still hijack your robot and go on a remote destructive rampage. All RambleBots come with a physical ShieldPass online access card which only allows the owner of the physical card to log in remotely to the robot. In effect providing the highest level of online access security.
|Online Browser Control Panel with GPS map tracking|
|Introducing the tall version of RambleBot just $299|
|Matt Walker speaking with RambleBot at San Francisco hardware conference|
|Matt Walker speaking at Silicon Valley hardware599 event|
RambleBot desert research project! 2015
A community project with several co-owners have pitched in together to create the first solar powered permanent desert research telepresence robot. Dropped off in a random location in the Californian desert the modified and hardened RambleBot will operate continuously, allowing members to log in over the internet and explore this rugged landscape. Our own personal Mars rover.
RambleBot was conceived as a way for Matt who lives in California to be a daily part of of his sons lives living half a world away in Australia. Children have little interest in sitting in front of a laptop answering questions. With RambleBot Matt is able to log in each morning and become a daily part of their lives. Having breakfast together, getting ready for school, playing hide and seek around the house and even going to school and outdoors to parks, being there for picnics and birthdays.
The little Botiful was amazing for a year but being more suited to an indoor environment it wasnt long before a list of modifications were needed.