CircuitBreakers Robotics is a startup based on the Electronics and Robotics industry. Our vision is to empower robotics education in Sri Lanka. We are a team of passionate individuals who are passionate to learn and teach robotics.
CEO and Founder
We really embrace working as family culture, when you become a “CircuitBreaker” it unlocks you to new lifelong connections.
To serve our community the best, CircuitBreakers Robotics has initiated a facebook community group which is dedicated specially for robotics enthusiasts in Sri Lanka. You can get your questions answered by our experts and from the community members.
3D printing will be the next revolution in education where we bring manufacturing to our home. It will be a time when every home will have a 3D printer. Our unique 3D printing service contains the first of its kind online STL viewer and many other features. We are a one stop place for all your 3D solutions.
To mark its next stage, CircuitBreakers Robotics launched its unique website to showcase its story and the concept to everyone. It helped to expand our online presence and an added advantage in addition to our social media reach in Facebook, Instagram and Youtube.
Team CircuitBreakers has turned into a new initiative named CircuitBreakers Robotics where our vision is to empower robotics education while continuing to learn and grow. We seek to make sure that free content is available to learn robotics to everyone in need.
Team CircuitBreakers has completed more than 7 robotics projects and gained experience and knowledge in the field of robots. We understood the value and the potential of robotics
Team CircuitBreakers won the 2nd RunnersUp at Xbotix 2019 competition organized by the Engineering faculty of University of Ruhuna. Our speed color detecting mechanism, sword collecting mechanism and the optimized maze solving algorithm was among the uniquenesses of the robot.
eam CircuitBreakers won the 1st RunnersUp award and the Best Robot Design award at SLRC 2019. We were the first ever team to introduce STM ARM based microcontrollers to the robotics competition arena. Our efficient color detecting mechanism and robot unloading mechanism let us win the best robot design award.
Team CircuitBreakers participated in the final round of SLIIT Robofest 2019 with its second micromouse robot named “Wega Batta v2.0”. The new single platform pcb design with full 3d modeling and curve turn optimization were the standing out features of the robot.
Team CircuitBreakers participated in the final round of SLRC 2018. We had our unique coin collecting design and efficient DFS mapping and shortest path calculation algorithms.
Team CircuitBreakers participated in the final round of SLIIT Robofest 2018 with its first micromouse robot named “Wega Batta v1.0”. The small form factor of the robot and the flood fill algorithm were some of the unique features.
Team CircuitBreakers won 2nd RunnersUp award at SLRC 2017 which was the first time ever that University freshers team has ever ranked among the winners at an undergraduate robotics competition arena in Sri Lanka. This victory dragged us to competing more and facing new challenges. Our innovative and efficient method of debugging robots standed out from the rest of the teams.
Team CircuitBreakers is a result of 3 individuals who are passionate about robotics without any prior knowledge in robotics and wanted to take a step forward to immerse into the never ending robotics journey.