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Rainier provides virtual experiment teaching systems to universities, colleges and schools. It also enables clients to build digitized management systems with features like equipment rentals, material procurement and data collection. VR for MOOC platforms and emergency training are also available.

Tutellus.io provides a blockchain-powered edtech platform that brings together students, teachers and employers. It tokenizes education with TUT and Smart TUT (STUT) tokens, which are used and earned by students and teachers.

Makeblock has three product lines to help kids learn programming and create inventions. STEAM Kits provide children programmable robot kits. STEAM education software provide kids with coding tools. Maker Platforms provide programmable mechanical and electronic parts for kids to make their own inventions.

Language learning platform accessed through iOS/Android app and desktop browser. Mandarin Chinese, English, Japanese and Indonesian available. Lessons conducted through voice or video chat by professional teachers. Individual and corporate packages available, latter provided as group lessons. Users can use the app to schedule lessons and access learning materials. 

A huge range of over 500 educational apps, puzzles and other toys that help kids learn anything from the science of slime to the basics of DNA. Products are categorized by age, ranging from two to 14 years old and are designed by scientists. Most toys cost from €10-20. 

With its Enjoy Reading (ER) Framework, a self-developed system that can gauge reading level, Koala Reading has built an app that helps children K-12 learn to read better. The app comes in four versions: one for students, teachers, parents and school administrators.

Neliti helps organizations such as universities, government agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) create and host digital versions of their academic content, including research articles, journals and conference proceedings. Users can search and read content using Neliti's open access web platform, which does not require a log in.

MenteLista is a digital method of teaching English. Its neuroscientific programs are designed for young children, from 6-month old babies to children aged 7, including those with special needs.  MenteLista uses visuals for the daily 10-minute session. It also promotes language learning in a natural and effortless manner.

UBTECH develops and produces humanoid robots for individual consumers and businesses. Its humanoid Alpha series and STEAM-driven Jimu Robot series were created for in-home use. Service robot Cruzr, portable smart robot Wu Kong and security patrol robot ATRIS were all designed to be used by businesses.

Aibee aims to provide generalized AI products that integrate computer vision, speech recognition, natural language processing and big data analytics to businesses. The products, which target offline retailers, will analyze customer data and predict consumption trends. Retailers will be able to make better product recommendations and improve customers’ shopping experiences.

Tiantian Xuenong is a professionally-generated content platform that provides agricultural education. The courses, mainly delivered through videos and podcasts, are taught by agricultural experts and experienced farmers. The curriculum covers farming knowledge, national agricultural policies and business skills such as marketing and sales. Most courses require a subscription fee.

Zhang Tong Jia Yuan is a mobile app that connects parents of kindergarteners with their children’s teachers. Parents receive real-time classroom updates via live video streaming and access to early childhood education materials. Teachers use the app to record children’s progress and interact with parents.

Learning, experiment subscription pack and online videos for K-12 STEM education. Parents can work with kids, or send them to offline schools. Products include Rabbibox (for aged 3–6), Sharkbox (aged 7–11) and Sharkmaker (aged 12–15). Cost RMB 200 monthly, RMB 2,000 yearly. Online classes (45 minutes) cost RMB 70. 

Mother and child/early care online community and information platform (Babytree.com) also offers complementary products and services, including e-commerce platform (Meitun), early education subscription pack for 0–6-year-olds (Mika), sample box service (Babybox) and pediatric care educational video platform (Kang Jia).

Uber-style (on-demand, LBS) app matching primary and secondary students with tutors. Tutors “bid” for jobs with profiles showing rates, experience, user rating. Payment via app.

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