Hot Desq completed

Aubot has finished a 6-month stint in Queensland (Qld) at the Queensland University of Technology’s (QUT) Bluebox.  It was a great experience to be immersed in the Qld startup scene.  We enjoyed being welcomed into QUT’s Bluebox space.  We enjoyed contributing to the startup scene through participating in panels and giving talks throughout Brisbane, the Gold Coast and during trips to Cairns and Aurukun.  It was an amazing adventure!

Here’s a photo of kids at Aurukun State School (from all the way up north in remote Aurukun!) controlling a Teleport in our office.  Talk about the power of technology!  The teachers were so excited about using Teleports so their kids could visit museums remotely.

The Project

Missing School’s work with our robots was covered by Channel 10’s The Project.  (Starts  at 1’45).

Only the best

A sensitive Santa, the Nigerian women's bobsled team, a classroom return and a long lost family – all in Carrie’s good news! ☀️

Posted by The Project on Thursday, 23 November 2017

ABC News

In addition to the Facebook video, our customer Missing Schools had a write up on the ABC News website.  Here is the article and a video about their work.

ABC Facebook

One of our customers, Missing Schools, received national coverage via ABC News.  Here is the coverage shown on Facebook.

Six-year-old Freyja can't physically set foot in her classroom, but her WonderBot is here to help. Read more:

Posted by ABC News on Tuesday, 21 November 2017

Advance Queensland Hot Desq

Aubot was one of 26 companies selected to enter Advance Queensland’s Hot Desq program.  The program invites startups from outside of Queensland to join and contribute to the the Queensland startup ecosystem for 6 months.  We were selected to join the Queensland University of Technology’s Bluebox space.

Here’s the incoming Hot Desq cohort!

Remarkable Accelerator

For the past 4 months, from 3 April – 31 July, aubot participated in the Remarkable Accelerator program.  Remarkable harnesses technology to build social and economic inclusion of people with disability. The Remarkable Accelerator program was created to encourage and foster technology companies in the disability space.  It was great to learn from and with other disability technology companies in Australia for the past few months!

Here are some photos from the final demonstration night in Sydney.

SBS Viceland The Feed

Our Teleport Brain Control continues to capture the public’s attention.  We filmed a segment with SBS Viceland’s The Feed with our friend Anthony Bartl who has been paralysed from the neck down since he was 6 and in a car accident.  He got to see the top floor of his house for the first time!


We also took Anthony and Teleport to the Melbourne War Memorial.

Brisbane Times article

One of our favourite news articles was the one written by the Brisbane Times.