Key members of ScratchDuino team work in the area of free and open source software and hardware for education since 2000.
2006 — Scratch and Arduino have been used in the educational projects for the first time, namely in seminars for students and teachers.
2008 — Joint Scratch promotion campaign with Intel, teachers' feedback is received. Aside of that, ScratchDuino team takes part in work manual and programming language interface translation to Russian language.
2009 — ScratchDuino team works on the projects of bringing open source software to Russian schools. Company agrees to a contract with "BINOM" publishing house which facilitates the curriculum penetration by open source software.
2010 — ScratchDuino idea is proposed in the form of two devices (Laboratory and Platform) which can help children in robotics and programming studies.
2010 — The project goes through the validation process in Moscow schools, aside of that it receives funding from FASIE (Fund for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises).
2013 — ScratchDuino is validated for schools of Kazan.
2013 — At the annual "IT planet" competition ScratchDuino lauches its own "Robotics construction site" (http://robo-fabrika.org) with more than 900 participants.
2013-2014 — Project receives two Google Rise awards.
2014 — The company won "FinLanding" contest run by the government of Finland which opened the Finnish market for ScratchDuino. Same year ScratchDuino received a prize from the government of Saint Petersburg for the best innovative product in the industrial sector.
2014 — 2.0 ScratchDuino software is developed for the Android devices which allowed to teach children starting from the age of 5.
2014 — ScratchDuino is validated for the schools of Saint Petersburg.
2014 — Finland's Lappeenranta University of Technology has procured ScrachDuino.
2015 — The project receives funding from FASIE (Fund for Assistance to Small Innovative Enterprises) for commercialization.
2015 — ScratchDuino 2.0 software is released for Windows, Linux and Mac OS.
2015 — ScratchDuino enters the international market under the ROBBO brand (http://robbo.world/). At the same time ScratchDuino robots enter the validation process for the schools of Finland.
2015 — The company wins the “Exporter of the year” contest with the ScratchDuino project in the “Breakthrough of the year” nomination.