Product Description


This is the perfect kit to kickstart your child’s journey in innovation with Internet of Things (IoT) which has emerged as one of the game-changing digital technologies of today and the future.
Kids as young as eight years old can start making IoT projects in a matter of minutes and develop a deep understanding of the Internet of Things (IoT) while building them.
The kit includes over 40 electronic components - sensors, connectors, a high precision servo motor and many more - that can be used to make 100+ projects from smart home automation projects to utility apps to wearable electronics.
And with the scope of making projects that can be controlled using mobile apps - the possibilities are truly endless.

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Internet of Things (IOT)

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Programming

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Wearable Technologies

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App Development

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Unleash Creative Possibilities with these Apps & Software

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Avishkaar Maker Studio

Avishkaar Maker Studio is a block-based visual programming software tool used to create games, apps and other IoT projects with this kit.

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MIT App Inventor

MIT App Inventor is an online tool that can be used to make mobile apps to control the IoT projects you make using this kit.control your IoT projects.

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Make 100+ IoT Projects


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RATINGS & REVIEWS


Nitish Chopra

Posted on September 02, 2020

Awesome! My 9 year old daughter had never done any coding, robotics or electronics before but she was able to make IoT projects quickly with the help of this kit and free tutorial videos.

Nidhi kukreja

Posted on September 04, 2020

I bought this for my 8 year old son. I didn't know much about IoT or technology. But my son is making smart projects with this kit that he controls using mobile apps he made. I guess we're finally starting to understand what 'Internet of Things' really means!

Sandesh Soni

Posted on September 06, 2020

This is much better than arduino. I had bought an arduino for myself but every time I found a youtube tutorial to make a project it would always have some part that I did not have so I couldn't make the project. But in this - all the components needed to make IoT projects through the free tutorials were included in the kit itself so I didn't need to find and buy anything extra.

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