Archive for August, 2010

Robotronics to attend Fire Rescue International 2010

August 24th, 2010 by

Fire Rescue International

Robotronics will be attending the Fire Rescue International 2010 trade show on August 27-28, 2010 in Chicago.  At FRI2010 we are bringing Sparky the Fire Dog, Andy the Ambulance, Pluggie the Fireplug, Freddie the Firetruck, Buzz E Smoke Alarm with his Safety House as robots and costumes for everyone to see and try out.  Additionally we will be showing the Rainbow Valley safety DVDs.  Come visit us at booth  number 2153 across from US Fire Administration (2249) and Cutters Edge (2354).

Robotronics offers fire prevention educational products to assist fire departments with educating children and adults.  Our robots and costumes make learning about safety enjoyable while increasing retention of the principles taught.  Robotronics characters have helped children to know what to do in an emergency and how to save their lives and the lives of their loved ones.  We provide a positive medium for teaching and have some of the best educational products around.

Robotronics has been the leader in safety education products for 30 years.  Beginning with our first robot, Pluggie, we now offer thousands of robots, costumes, and puppets along with educational materials to help your organization teach children how to be safe.  Many of our first robots are still on the job today teaching children how to be safe.  Our ongoing commitment is to help you encourage safety in your community in a fun and enjoyable manner.

Robotronics to attend 2010 Coast Guard National Auxiliary Conference

August 23rd, 2010 by

US Coast GuardRobotronics will be attending the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 2010 National Conference (NACON) on August 22-29 in Scottsdale, Arizona.  At NACON2010 we are bringing Coastie the Safety Boat and Water Safety Panda robots for everyone to see and try out.  Come visit us at booth number 13.

Robotronics offers water safety products to assist the US Coast Guard Auxiliary with educating children and adults.  Our robots and costumes make learning about safety enjoyable while increasing retention of the principles taught.  Robotronics really does make it fun to learn about water safety.

Robotronics has been the leader in safety education products for 30 years.  Beginning with our first robot, Pluggie, we now offer thousands of robots, costumes, puppets and educational materials to help your organization teach children how to be safe.  Many of our first robots are still on the job today teaching children how to be safe.  Our ongoing commitment is to help you encourage safety in your community in a fun and enjoyable manner.

Barney the School Bus Robot

August 23rd, 2010 by

Barney the School Bus Robot

Barney the School Bus Robot

Barney the School Bus™ is an outstanding tool for teaching the important lessons of school bus safety. Barney is a fully animated remote controlled robot. He moves, speaks, listens, plays audiocassette tapes, and activates his lights all by remote control. With his optional stop arm he has all the warning devices of a real bus. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes, and with his smiling mouth he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike. He can be used with great success in school classrooms, assemblies, shopping mall exhibits, state and local fairs, and any other setting where your program is represented.

Buster the School Bus Robot

August 19th, 2010 by

Buster the School Bus™ is an outstanding tool for teaching the important lessons of school bus safety. Buster is a fully animated remote controlled robot. He moves, speaks, listens, plays audiocassette tapes, and activates his lights all by remote control. With his optional stop arm he has all the warning devices of a real bus. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes, and with his smiling mouth he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike.

Andy The Ambulance

August 16th, 2010 by
Andy the Ambulance™

Andy the Ambulance™ poster

Andy the Ambulance™ is an innovative and effective way to teach hazard awareness, injury prevention, and EMS promotion. Andy is a fully animated, industrial-grade robot; he moves, carries on a 2-way conversation, plays music, and activates his lights and siren, all by remote control! Andy comes equipped with a working rear door and his warning lights flash just like a real ambulance. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes, and with his smiling mouth, he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike.

Andy the Ambulance™

Andy the Ambulance™ side views

Freddie the Fire Truck – Custom Paint Pictures

August 12th, 2010 by

Freddie the Fire Truck™

Freddie the Fire Truck™

Freddie the Fire Truck™ is an exciting tool for teaching fire safety. A fully animated fire truck robot, Freddie moves, speaks, listens, plays audiocassette tapes and sounds his siren, all by remote control. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes and with his smiling mouth he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike. He can be used with great success in school classrooms, assemblies, station tours, shopping mall exhibits, state and local fairs, and any other setting where your program is represented.

Freddie the Fire Truck™

Freddie the Fire Truck™ in blue

Freddie the Fire Truck™

Freddie the Fire Truck™ with kids

Buster’s on a Billboard

August 9th, 2010 by

Buster the School Bus™ is an outstanding tool for teaching the important lessons of school bus safety. Buster is a fully animated remote controlled robot. He moves, speaks, listens, plays audiocassette tapes, and activates his lights all by remote control. With his optional stop arm he has all the warning devices of a real bus. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes, and with his smiling mouth he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike.

PC the Patrol Car

August 4th, 2010 by

PC the Patrol Car is an exciting tool for teaching public safety. Audiences will be delighted when PC’s eyes light up and look around, he winks and blinks, his emergency lights and siren are activated and he moves around the room carrying on conversations and playing music, all by remote control.

McGruff the Crime Dog Costume

August 2nd, 2010 by

McGruff’s image appears in national ads on television daily as the symbol of crime prevention. This makes him the perfect advocate for your department. He is already known and loved by millions of children and adults as a friend and a teacher. He is an excellent addition to any crime prevention program. The animated McGruff costume is the perfect way to start or continue with the national McGruff ‘Take a Bite out of Crime’ campaign.

The McGruff Costume can be used in a variety of settings with great success; in school classrooms, mall exhibits, station tours, state and local fairs, or to present crime prevention awards. Let McGruff help you present your crime prevention messages.