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Kickstart your career

by being part of a state-of-the-art

TECHNOLOGY INVENTIONS internship program.

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We innovate across diverse fields, creating an array of systems, inventions, and technologies spanning medical science, disability support, prosthetics, thermodynamics, manufacturing, mechanical structures, robotics, civil engineering, hardware, and software.

These groundbreaking technologies originated from the incubation at Robots Crate Invention´s - store. We actively contribute by providing enriching activities and internship programs for numerous colleges and universities.

Our collaboration with "Kaya - Responsible Travel" - Intern Abroad ( is a testament to our commitment to fostering global connections, mutual learning, and understanding.

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Our primary focus is on students acquiring practical experience, completing electives or practicums, and undertaking research projects in an international context. To achieve this goal, Kaya strategically aligns with sustainable, locally-led, and ethical projects, forming a partnership that extends to our collaboration with Robots Crate. Our students engage in remote work on diverse projects, participating in professional internships that empower them to conduct research and develop innovative ideas.


Currently, college students from various universities in the USA and Canada are actively engaged in developing professional internships through the Robots Crate INVENTION´S-STORE platform. A subset of these students is dedicated to working remotely on research projects. The participating students hail from esteemed institutions, including:

Stevens Institute of Technology / New Jersey

University of Michigan / Michigan

Wright State University /  Ohio

Hartwick College / New York

Susquehanna University / Pennsylvania
University of Arkansas / Arkansas
University of Victoria / B.C. Canada


PROGRAM VIDEO REFERENCE *(explore an example)

Remote Internship Program for Telepresence Robotic Systems Development at Robotic AI Planetarium *(example)
Overview: The Remote Internship Program for Telepresence Robotic Systems Development at Robotic AI Planetarium, offered by Robots Crate, provides an immersive learning experience for students to integrate various STEM disciplines. Interns will collaborate remotely to develop telepresence robotic systems tailored for educational purposes, benefiting from access to cutting-edge resources and participation in state-of-the-art projects across industries such as education, medical fields, telepresence, and environmental engineering.
Program Structure:
1. Orientation and Training:  
  • Introduction to Telepresence Robotics and its applications across industries.
  • Familiarization with Robotic AI Planetarium resources, tools, and ongoing projects.
  • Training sessions covering mechanical engineering, software development, electronics, and electrical engineering principles.
2. Project Scoping:
  • Identification of industry-specific use cases for telepresence robotic systems.
  • Brainstorming sessions to conceptualize features and functionalities aligned with project objectives.
  • Defining project milestones, deliverables, and timelines.
3. Cross-disciplinary Team Formation:
  • Formation of interdisciplinary teams comprising mechanical engineers, software developers, electronics engineers, and electrical engineers.
  • Remote collaboration facilitated through virtual communication tools and project management platforms.
4. Mechanical Engineering Phase:
  • Designing and prototyping robotic bodies optimized for specific industry applications, Incorporating feedback loops and adaptive mechanisms for enhanced functionality.
  • Continuous refinement of mechanical components through iterative testing.
5. Software Development Phase:
  • Developing robust software architectures for teleoperation, autonomous navigation, and data analysis.
  • Implementing intuitive user interfaces tailored to industry requirements.•Integration of AI algorithms for predictive analytics and adaptive learning.
6. Electronics and Electrical Engineering Phase:
  • Designing custom electronic circuits for sensor integration, power management, and communication.
  • Ensuring compatibility with industry standards and safety regulations.•Optimizing electrical systems for efficiency and reliability.
7. Integration and Testing:
  • Integrating mechanical, software, electronics, and electrical components into cohesive robotic systems.
  • Conducting comprehensive testing to validate performance, usability, and safety.
  • Iterative debugging and optimization based on test results and user feedback.
8. Documentation and Presentation:
  • Documenting the design process, technical specifications, and implementation details.
  • Preparing detailed reports and presentations showcasing project objectives, methodologies, and outcomes.
  • Highlighting the potential impact of developed telepresence robotic systems across various industries.
9. Demo and Evaluation:
  • Organizing live demonstrations of developed telepresence robotic systems.
  • Soliciting feedback from industry experts and stakeholders on system effectiveness and applicability.
  • Iterating on designs and functionalities based on evaluation results.
Benefits for Interns:
  • Access to state-of-the-art and INNOVATIVE projects at Robotic AI Planetarium.•Hands-on experience in developing telepresence robotic systems for diverse industries.
  • Exposure to interdisciplinary collaboration and remote project management.
  • Enhanced skill set in mechanical engineering, software development, electronics, and electrical engineering.
  • Networking opportunities and mentorship from industry professionals at Robots Crate.



Artificial organs.

  • This is a new branch of medical science, which could soon become a trend in medical development. now MAKERS will be able to develop their own products from home. This is a technical development that uses chemical and biological components to create theoretical and soon practical solutions for artificial organs. Potential problems: Rejection of organs, thrombi, blood and chemical problems, among others, are part of the research process.


Environmental Solutions:

  • In partnership with the company’s management, identify opportunities and risks for delivering the company’s services..


Bacteriophages and Artificial Spleen.

  • In partnership with the company’s management, identify opportunities and risks for delivering the company’s services..

Solar Trees:

  • In partnership with the company’s management, identify opportunities and risks for delivering the company’s services..

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