R:ED – Robotics Education

Mae Jemison
former NASA astronaut, engineer, physician, and the first Black woman to travel into space
R:ED – Robotics Education
Mae Jemison
former NASA astronaut, engineer, physician, and the first Black woman to travel into space
Countries of operation
Our Mission
Is to create innovative and high-quality educational products in the fields of new technologies, robotics and IT for developing a new generation of successful, independent and competent professionals who make the future world a better place.
"We put a leading team of experts together working on engineering education all around the world, including best methodologists and champions of international competitions in this sphere, and combine it with competencies of real, practising engineers who develop innovative solutions. This way, we’ve fundamentally created a new approach to engineering education, which wasn’t found in any country.

Our concept of Technology subject unites natural-scientific and STEM subjects."
Serikbai Bisekeev
Technological Education
Functional literacy and technological education in schools are the basis for the human capital formation within Industry 4.0.
R:ED – Robotics Education, together with leading experts have developed an engineering education concept that meets the modern economy challenges and allows a country to create an essential foundation for an economic leap.
Subject "Technology"
The textbook for the subject "Technology" was developed by leading experts in the field of technology education. It includes 5 invariant modules with regional components and more than 10 variable modules, the list of which is constantly expanding.

The textbook includes interactive elements (QR codes), which contain additional educational content, photos and video materials. Variable modules of the textbook were developed jointly with regional enterprises and reveal competencies that are in demand in the regions.
Educational platform for engineering competencies development and for the lesson "Technology" in school with a lecture hall and a simulator where a school child can create any kind of equipment and work on it.

The digital laboratory includes a digital version of the textbook on the subject "Technology" and variable modules, as well as an environment for working with digital equipment twins. It allows you to design, program, connect electronic components and check the correct operation of the created model and/or equipment at test sites.

Educational content is presented in the form of video lessons, and also makes it possible to conduct individual and group lessons with students remotely and monitor the student’s performance in the simulator.
Why choose us?
We increase number of children to choose tech education
We prepare the workforce of tomorrow in the framework of Industry 4.0
4 simple steps
to implement our solution to your institution
Signing an Agreement and Finding Partners
Variant Modules
the program
our Project
Our Portfolio
R:ED company is an educational project/structural unit of ARMAN HOLDING corporations.
R:ED today
R:ED today — is not only an educational project, designed for 5-7 years of studying, but a complex solution for engineering education with a one-of-a-kind learning and methodological materials and our own educational robotics tool kits, which were developed according to all the needs of the children of the age from 4 to 16, who are enjoying STEAM approach.

A few years ago, we also launched our own International R:ED Fest for these children.
Our Production
Comprehensive course materials
R:ED software
& Digital Lab
Key education policies
Our Production
Robotics kits & components
Equipment for the lesson technology
Robotics Classroom
Lesson Technology
R:ED software
& Digital Lab
Digital Lab
Educational platform for engineering competencies development and for the lesson "Technology" with a lecture hall and a simulator where a learner can create any kind of equipment and work on it.
Platform includes:
  • lecture hall with the possibility of online learning;

  • a simulator that allows you to reproduce work with electronic components in a digital environment, studying the sciences of design, mechatronics, aerodynamics and other modern competencies.
R:ED software
& Digital Lab
Programming environment R:ED CODE
Visual event-oriented programming environment developed for children and teenagers, with the possibility of programming in block and text environments.
your first step to great achievements!
We launched the R:ED FEST international robotics competition to demonstrate our achievements and to gain practical experience. Since 2021, more than 2,500 applications have been received from children all around the world.
The Open International Festival on Robotics and Programming, where learners can assess and improve their skills in programming and designing robots. The purpose of this competition is to create conditions for the technical creativity development among schoolchildren.
Categories & Games

Participants have to make an autonomous robot that can quickly go from the start zone to the finish zone through a labyrinth made up of standard elements.

The challenge is to come up with a plot for the project.
Depending on the age category, it can be: a fairy tale, a cartoon or a computer game. Participants have to create a project and record a video with its presentation.
Participants have to create a 3D model.
There are no restrictions in tasks, goals and rules. The creators are limited only by their own imagination.
Projects can be made in any 3D modeling program. For example.
Tinkercad, Blender, Komnac, SketchUp and others.
“Start to robotics”

The challenge is to complete the Olympiad tasks within the allotted time and score the maximum number of points.
The Olympiad consists of 15 tasks. Participants have 60 minutes to complete the Olympics.
Tasks’ topics are “History of robotics”,
“Programming”, “Mechanisms” and “Electricity”.

This game is between two robots. The goal is to push the opposing robot out of the ring. The ring is a round platform, the surface of the ring is white with a black boundary line.

The participant will have to solve 12 tasks in the Python programming language, where each subsequent task is more difficult than the previous one.
Participants are given 180 minutes to complete the tasks.
Following the black line

The challenge is to move faster along the black line. The robot has to follow the black line in automatic mode. There may be turns, intersections and obstacles along the robot's path.
Creative category

Participants have to make a project on the topics “Mobile robots”, “Mechanisms”, “Robotic systems”.
Our partners are Ministries of Education of different European and Asian countries, large private and state corporations who are eager to develop education in the framework of Sustainable Development and ESG.
Our Partners