University Engineering Robot Kit

University Engineering Robot Kit

University Engineering Robot Kit

GoPiGo is a robot car! The University Engineering Robot Kit includes everything you need to get started from scratch including a GoPiGo3 Base Kit, Raspberry Pi 3, GoPiGo Servo Package, Distance Sensor, microSD Card, Power Supply, and Ethernet Cable.

$379.99

*Ethernet cable is only for advanced users who want to use Raspbian for Robots instead of the default DexterOS

University Engineering Robot Kit

Visit our GoPiGo Product Support & Documentation page for step-by-step tutorials, technical specs, detailed product pictures, and sample code libraries.

Assembly time: 30 minutes.

What’s included?

  • GoPiGo3 Base Kit
  • Raspberry Pi 3
  • GoPiGo Servo Package
  • Distance Sensor
  • Light & Color Sensor
  • IMU (Gyroscope, Compass, Accelerometer)
  • Infrared Receiver & Remote Control
  • Raspberry Pi Camera
  • Sensor Mounts (set of 3)
  • Rechargeable Battery & Smart Charger
  • microSD Card (the card included has our custom software, DexterOS, so you can use it to program in Bloxter & Python, but to use other languages like Node.js, Java, C and others, you’ll need to download and install Raspbian for Robots yourself onto this SD card.)
  • Power Supply – Wall Adapter (110-240V)
  • 6″ Ethernet Cable*
  • USB Drive
  • Speaker

*Ethernet cable is only for advanced users who want to use Raspbian for Robots instead of the default DexterOS

If you are new to robotics, you may want to try our easy software called DexterOS, check it out here.

What’s not included?

  • Batteries: GoPiGo requires 8 AA batteries, which are not included.

What can I do with it?

There are lots of free projects online you can try such as building a GPS guided robot, browser streaming robot, attach a cannon to it, drive it with a PS3 controller, and many more.

Want to go further? Sign up for GoBox where we mail you a new Mission and sensor every month with step-by-step instructions on how to program.

What else do I need to know?

  • Works with all versions of the Raspberry Pi.
  • Software examples and API are provided by Dexter Industries (open-source repository on Github)
  • LEGO Technic bricks: you can attach LEGO technic parts to the GoPiGo acrylic body to build custom attachments to the robot car.

Assembly instructions can be found on the support page.