SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
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F O R M 6-K
REPORT OF FOREIGN PRIVATE ISSUER PURSUANT TO RULE 13a-16 OR
15d-16 UNDER THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934
For the month of October 2005
ROBOGROUP T.E.K. LTD.
(Name of Registrant)
Rechov Hamelacha 13, Afeq Industrial Estate, Rosh HaAyin 48091 Israel
(Address of Principal Executive Office)
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|ROBOGROUP T.E.K. LTD.
By: /s/ Rafael Aravot
Chairman of the Board and CEO
Date: October 17, 2005
Notice is hereby given that on October 16, 2005, RoboGroup T.E.K. Ltd. (RoboGroup) filed an immediate disclosure with the Israeli Securities Authority announcing that it has signed a contract to provide e-learning systems and technology labs to a chain of training institutions, abroad. The scope of the said contract is approximately $1.2 million. The products, which are part of RoboGroups offering to customers include: TrainNet, LearnMate, training content and technology labs.
TrainNet, a synchronous system, provides LIVE interactive distance learning lessons, reaching large number of students in geographically dispersed areas via Internet and/or satellite communications, enabling delivery of instructional material to students located also in remote undeveloped locations. TrainNet utilizes tools similar to the ones used in a regular classroom, where both students and instructors can see and hear each other, share and write on a white board and jointly review slides, enabling the best instructors to deliver courses to a broad student base.
LearnMate, an asynchronous e-learning system combines a management system (LCMS) and a wide range of learning content. Each student studies at his convenience and at his level and pace. Instructors can supervise and track the students progress. LearnMate enables development, management, and delivery of content and tutorials of any kind.
As part of the contract, RoboGroup will deliver e-learning content in computerized industrial technologies, including a wide-range of RoboGroups simulation software that form part of a virtual learning process. RoboGroup will also deliver, as part of the contract, technology laboratories, including a lab for Computerized Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) systems, to enable instructors and students to train and operate production lines and industrial automation, in a wide range of processes
RoboGroups broad product lines provide a unique combination of distance learning, frontal learning in classes, virtual learning via Internet and practical Hands On training in laboratories known as blended learning approach. RoboGroups approach allows keeping a training framework, individually and in classes, for geographically dispersed students, by integrating cutting-edge technologies.
RoboGroup expects to supply the products under the said contract in the course of 2005-2006.