Whether the subject is math, physics, or programming, our robots have given students hands-on coding experiences that get them hooked. We serve over 200 schools worldwide, forming a vibrant community that provides training, curriculum, and student competitions.
Our classroom solution has no software or apps to install, so setup and maintenance is quick for any PC, Chromebook, or tablet. From the easy-to-use Blockly to industry-standard Python and C++, our robots keep students engaged year-round.
We make an affordable smartphone-driven “lab in a box” that will bring high end laboratory devices to the general public, starting with the education system. We are currently working with Liz Tang, the director of the Engineering Student Startup Center, in order to bring this product to market.
We are a education based software company. Keeping parents engaged with child’s education is the primary area of focus for us. Founder of edLync has strong technical background with over 20+ years experience in technology.
EdLync is formed to create most sophisticated, easy to use software , that would keep busy parents informed about their child’s progress at school. As a parent of 8 year old our founder faced all the issues that every parent is facing these days with schools and after school programs, where parents don’t get much information why their child is repeating the same homework or in which area their child need help at home. Schools/after-schools try to keep on top of these issues by having parent teacher meetings and sending emails. But sometime these emails are lost in hundred’s of other emails parents get daily. Keeping all these concerns in mind edLync created easy to use IPhone app , where parents can view progress reports, send emails messages to teacher ,receive critical alerts and receive notifications for upcoming events.
We believe that learning and play go together. Children are curious by nature and our adventures are designed to engage them with hands-on experiences and limited screen time. The comic characters and the short stories allow us to illustrate complex concepts in ways that children can understand and relate to. By using printed comic books we are able to limit the screen time, increase retention of the subjects covered and relate the concept with the physical worlds.