Red Rover STEM Robot

Low-Cost Robot STEM Robot using a 3D Printer


Red Rover is a low-cost robot design for any maker that has access to a 3D printer. This project is for teaching and learning in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) of any age.


Red Rover STEM Robot

This Red Rover project was created by Rick Winscot, Pennsylvania State University Professor.

It is designed to be an inexpensive autonomous rover that anyone (8+) can build! It contains an easyRadio eRIC RF module on an easyRadio Arduino Shield.

There is some 3D printing involved, easily-sourced hardware, and a tiny Atmel microcontroller. The microcontroller can be upgraded to an Arduino™ Minior Arduino UNO.

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The design is expandable and highly configurable.

Parental supervision is required.

Parts used in the Red Rover STEM Project

eRIC SMD Module Family

eRIC SMD Module Family

easyRadio SoC RF Modules - Transceivers

Lower-cost, intelligent, easy to program radio sub-system; a high performance System-on-Chip RF transceiver. Variants include Point-to-Point, Point-to-Multi Point and LPWAN Sigfox / LoRa.

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eRIC Arduino Shields

eRIC Arduino Shields

eRIC Arduino Shield Kits

This ‘shield’ allows Arduino™ boards to communicate wirelessly using proprietary easyRadio technology.

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LPRS Antennas, Cables & Connectors

LPRS Antennas, Cables & Connectors

SMA Connectors, Coaxial Cables, YAGI, Whip and Stubby Antennas.

A wide range of SMA, Whip, Stubby and YAGI antennas with complimentary accessories such as SMA connectors and coaxial cables.

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