CODING WITHIN ARM’S REACH

ORA is the first six-axis professional grade cobot designed for education. Students will gain future-ready skills as they master process engineering and automation supported by standards-aligned lesson content.

CODING WITHIN ARM’S REACH

ORA is the first six-axis professional grade cobot designed for education. Students will gain future-ready skills as they master process engineering and automation supported by standards-aligned lesson content.

CODING WITHIN ARM’S REACH

ORA is the first six-axis professional grade cobot designed for education. Students will gain future-ready skills as they master process engineering and automation supported by standards-aligned lesson content.

GET TO KNOW ORA

Designed for Education

The first 6-axis cobot designed for education, ORA prepares students to become future-ready manufacturing professionals, equipped with a strong foundation in process engineering, factory operations and more. Portable yet powerful, ORA is the future of Career & Technical Education for high school and beyond.

Quick & Simple Setup

Enjoy a quick and simple out of the box setup for this professional grade cobot. With flexible mounting options and simplified wiring, new users can mount, connect, and create their first program in no time!

Quick & Simple Setup

Enjoy a quick and simple out of the box setup for this professional grade cobot. With flexible mounting options and simplified wiring, new users can mount, connect, and create their first program in no time!

Beginner-Friendly Programming

Programming doesn’t have to be a puzzle. ORA editor is based on Ozobot Blockly, a familiar interface with multiple coding levels for beginner to advanced users.

Structured Concurrency

Unlike the event-based approach known from other comparable visual programming languages, ORA utilizes structured concurrency which allows for finer control of the parallel processes’ completion or termination. This offers a uniquely powerful and flexible approach to managing concurrent tasks within a program.

Structured Concurrency

Unlike the event-based approach known from other comparable visual programming languages, ORA utilizes structured concurrency which allows for finer control of the parallel processes’ completion or termination. This offers a uniquely powerful and flexible approach to managing concurrent tasks within a program.

GET TO KNOW ORA

Designed for Education

The first 6-axis cobot designed for education, ORA prepares students to become future-ready manufacturing professionals, equipped with a strong foundation in process engineering, factory operations and more. Portable yet powerful, ORA is the future of Career & Technical Education for high school and beyond.

Quick & Simple Setup

Enjoy a quick and simple out of the box setup for this professional grade cobot. With flexible mounting options and simplified wiring, new users can mount, connect, and create their first program in no time!

Beginner-Friendly Programming

Programming doesn’t have to be a puzzle. ORA editor is based on Ozobot Blockly, a familiar interface with multiple coding levels for beginner to advanced users.

Structured Concurrency

Unlike the event-based approach known from other comparable visual programming languages, ORA utilizes structured concurrency which allows for finer control of the parallel processes’ completion or termination. This offers a uniquely powerful and flexible approach to managing concurrent tasks within a program.

A COBOT
FOR STUDENTS

All experience levels welcome! ORA is the only cobot designed for students, that’s supported by a comprehensive library of lessons from introductory and beyond. Its simple setup and implementation process enables schools, universities and training institutions to equip students with future-ready skillsets.

Explore Standards-Aligned Lessons

ORA teaches the fundamentals of Automation and Robotics through carefully crafted learning experiences. These experiences incorporate the fundamental sciences, modern applications, and meaningful practices that reinforce the skills needed to program and instruct 6DOF robotic arms. Each lesson has been created with and aligned to state and national academic standards in an effort to provide classrooms with relevant and rigorous educational content.
Learn to program precise robotic arm movements with the ORA Editor’s easy-to-use blocks to pick up, maneuver, and manipulate objects.
Begin with the ORA Coordinate System and grid mat to accurately and efficiently move the robotic arm to pre-programmed locations before graduating to more advanced linear and joint movements.

Discover principles of atmospheric pressure by investigating how robotic vacuum grippers utilize pressure differential and fluid dynamics to grasp and move objects.

Explore mechanical engineering principles by investigating how pneumatics convert energy into motion.

Explore Standards-Aligned Lessons

ORA teaches the fundamentals of Automation and Robotics through carefully crafted learning experiences. These experiences incorporate the fundamental sciences, modern applications, and meaningful practices that reinforce the skills needed to program and instruct 6DOF robotic arms. Each lesson has been created with and aligned to state and national academic standards in an effort to provide classrooms with relevant and rigorous educational content.

Learn to program precise robotic arm movements with the ORA Editor’s easy-to-use blocks to pick up, maneuver, and manipulate objects.

Begin with the ORA Coordinate System and grid mat to accurately and efficiently move the robotic arm to pre-programmed locations before graduating to more advanced linear and joint movements.

Discover principles of atmospheric pressure by investigating how robotic vacuum grippers utilize pressure differential and fluid dynamics to grasp and move objects.

Explore mechanical engineering principles by investigating how pneumatics convert energy into motion.

ORA + Evo

Ozobot Robotic Arm is equipped with a vacuum gripper that is ideal for manipulating rounded objects, such as Ozobot Evo. That is a perfect fit. Use the ORA editor to create programs that control the ORA and the Ozobot Evo at the same time, and have fun!

Funding ORA

There are several ways to fund an Ozobot program for your school or district. Below are some of the available funding sources you can access to get started. And if you’re not sure where to begin, contact us here for help.

ESSER & Government Funding ​

Learn about the American Rescue Plan’s ESSER Fund as well as state and federal funding sources.

Corporate & Local Funding

Discover the corporations and local businesses that offer funding opportunities to support K-12 STEAM educational programs.

Crowdfunding

Crowdfunding platforms such as DonorsChoose, Kickstarter, and GoFundMe have become popular tools for raising funds for K-12 classrooms.

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

General

Joints

What’s in the Box?

ORA

Accessories

End Tool: Gripper

End Tool: Vacuum Gripper with Vacuum Cups

Evo Robots (2)

Wood Cylinders (9)

DOCUMENTATION

Quick Start Guide

ORA FAQs

Password and Authentication

Please contact our technical support and show the proof of purchase.

Troubleshooting

Go to the ORA Editor, connect to ORA and follow the calibration instructions
Make sure to clean all objects that might be in contact with the robotic arm and then click the “Clear error” button in the right panel.
Maximum speed errors occur due to a singularity. Singularities occur when the robot’s joints are aligned in such a way that its control loses its ability to move the tool end in some specific direction. This can cause the robot to appear stuck or unable to move along certain paths or orientations, often preceded by an irregular increase of speed in some specific direction.
Remove all blocking objects and use the reset button to reset the arm.

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