Intelitek is a world-leading developer, producer and supplier of e-learning systems and technology training products. For over two decades Intelitek has provided comprehensive solutions for training in engineering, manufacturing, automation and industrial technologies.
Intelitek’s broad educational product line covers subjects such as CAD, CAM, CNC, robotics, machine vision, hydraulics, pneumatics, PLC, sensors, process control and data acquisition. Intelitek also designs and produces integrated and customized manufacturing workcells, ranging from small-scale flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) to complete computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) systems.
In keeping with Intelitek’s commitment to superior technology training tools, the company developed LearnMate, a complete line of e-learning solutions – for anytime, anywhere learning. LearnMate includes a comprehensive learning management system; an extensive library of content modules for self-paced, highly interactive, virtual hands-on learning; and a virtual classroom for live interactive e-learning over the Internet or a LAN.
Intelitek’s blended approach to technology training combines e-learning of concepts, procedures and simulations with practical hands-on work in the laboratory. This combination brings the best of both worlds to students of engineering, manufacturing, automation and industrial technology.
Intelitek was originally established in 1982 as Eshed Robotec. The company emerged as a leader in robotics and automation training with SCORBOT robotic training systems, which quickly became the industry standard. In the year 2000 Eshed Robotec acquired its longtime business partner, Light Machines, a pioneer in the design and use of benchtop CNC machining and turning centers for education and training. The two companies merged operations under the name of Intelitek.
With over 12,000 CNC machines, 15,000 robots, and thousands of training systems sold worldwide, Intelitek's products are preparing a skilled and professional workforce that will enable nations and manufacturers to achieve and sustain a competitive edge in the global industrial market.
Intelitek’s products and systems serve students from middle schools to graduate level university programs, from research institutes to industrial training facilities. They are used in vocational schools and technical colleges for training in the design, operation and maintenance of industrial equipment. They are increasingly making their way into general academic schools as technology education becomes a part of the core curriculum. The company's customer list includes NASA, General Motors and leading universities across the USA and throughout the world.
Robotec Technologies Ltd., a fully-owned subsidiary of RoboGroup, is the leading company in Israel for the supply of systems for technology education. Robotec Technologies represents in Israel the products of Intelitek as well as highly reputable foreign companies such as Lego Educational Division (Denmark), Davis Instruments (USA), Unilab (UK), C.R.Clarke (UK) and EMCO Maier (Austria).
The company has sold and installed thousands of science and technology systems in hundreds of schools and training institutions, including the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Tel Aviv University, Meyerhoff Technical College, Ben-Gurion University, Carmiel College, Nazareth College, and the ORT and Amal school networks.
The company was selected by the Israeli Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport as an authorized supplier of equipment to regional art, science and technology centers (Eshkolot Ha'Payis project). In the 1990s, Robotec Technologies was an authorized and leading supplier and integrator of computer systems in the Israeli school system (Machar ’98 school computerization project), and installed over 20,000 computers throughout the country.
Robotec Technologies now incorporates the activities of Computras – Computerized Training Systems Ltd., former a RoboGroup subsidiary, which engages in the development and supply of educational software and training solutions. Computras’ wide range of software titles are designed for K-12 learning, using subjects such as mathematics, English, nature and graphic art serve as a springboard for stimulating children’s learning, research and communication skills.