ATLAB specializes in designing and delivering innovative technology-based learning solutions that equip students to acquire 21st-century skills. Educators have always desired that students should be provided with real-world experiences in their classrooms. ATLAB focuses on a hands-on, minds-on approach that encourages students to engage their natural curiosity in learning.
ATLAB, a Centena Group Company, is headquartered in Dubai and operates across the GCC region. The team comprises of specialists who have decades of experience in conceiving and designing learning solutions. A high level of understanding of the various pedagogical challenges involved in educational, vocational, and workforce training, coupled with strong partnerships with some of the world’s leading providers, helps ATLAB offer best-of-the-class solutions. The ATLAB training solutions are so designed that learning can be made more effective and impactful.
What will your child learn?
Get your self started by diving in the world of electronics and get an hands-on-learning of the electronics components.
Learn how to code games, make animation and write scripts to control robots from Scratch.
Make your first robot, or make other endless robots follow your commands using evive Starter Kit.
Become a DIY-er by working on tons of projects that awaits in the store for you.
Get your self updated with the latest technology using the evive IoT Kit and get your own automated systems ready.
Enhance your skills and make your the world a better place using PictoBlox.
Learn 3D printing from all the way to unboxing your 3D printer, to setting up the printer, from designing your structure to printing it.
Get an hands-on-experience on industrial robots by assembling, programming and controlling with the 5DoF Robotic Arm Kit.
Learning to make and control the
Humanoid Robot will be the
coolest thing you have ever learnt.
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