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Robotar is a telepresence robot with remote control by the Internet using a VR helmet and sensory gloves. Robotar repeats the movement of the person-operator and transmits the picture with stereoview and sound to the helmet of virtual reality, achieving the effect of operator presence at the location of the robot. It is also possible to control the robot from a PC or laptop, using or without using motion capture tools. Robotar also can be universal humanoid robot platform for developing software and science research. We will create an online store of robots and their components with payment of TAR tokens, and an ecosystem for software developers for robots.
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White paper: Read
ICO Time: 18 Jun, 2018 - 24 Jun, 2018
Country: Russia
Token Info
Ticker: TAR
Platform: Ethereum
Token type: ERC20
ICO Price: 1 TAR = 0.001 ETH
Accepting: ETH
Social Media
  • 1


    The emergence of an idea of creating a telepresence robot. Participation in Startup Point in Perm.

  • 2


    Development of a prototype of a robot hand on pneumatic muscles. Participation in Robofest 2013 in Moscow.

  • 3


    Development of a prototype of a robot torso on pneumatic muscles.

  • 4

    End of 2016

    Start of development of robot prototype on hydraulic drives.

  • 5

    April 2018

    Making a Proof-of-Concept.

  • 6

    May 2018

    Preparation for ICO.

  • 7

    Summer 2018


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    Q3 2018

    Token adding on the crypto currency exchanges, development of the robot wrist on the electric drive.

  • 9

    Q3-Q4 2018

    Development of sensor gloves and software for robot control.

  • 10

    Q1 2019

    Completing the development and testing of the prototype Robotar One.

  • 11

    Q2 2019

    Creating an Online Robotar Online Store and Robotar Community.

  • 12

    Q2-Q4 2019

    Pre-order production and delivery.

  • 13


    Developing advanced versions of the telepresence robot.

  • 14


    Development of bipedal robots.

Kirill Androsenko


Alexey Krinitsin

Electrical engineer

Alexander Boyarshinov


Alexander Sidorenko


Semion Tarakanov


Nikolay Belonogov

CAD designer

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