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The home of computer coding

In 2010 in South Korea, Dr Kang created Saeon Co. and had a dream of teaching children how to code. With his team of expert software engineers they created Altino the Robot Car. Altino is an articially intelligent robot with multi-sensors and has now successfully taught coding in 9 countries. An international robotics competition is also held every year in South Korea.
The history of Saeon Australia also began back in 2010 with the growth of Electronic Signs Pty Ltd - providing technology to hundreds of schools in Australia. Now an independent Australian-owned company, Saeon Australia Pty Ltd since 2018 is the exclusive distributor of Altino, and the Code with Altino System, across Australia.

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Our people

Best in the business

Our Board of Directors is made up of four experienced business professionals:
Jim Bennett - National Operations Manager, also Managing Director of Electronic Signs Pty Ltd that has been working with schools across Sydney and NSW for over 25 years
Tonie Amos - Curriculum Development Manager, also Founder of SuppliersOnline.com.au and SchoolSuppliers.com.au
Simon Biton - National Sales Manager
Brian Shin - Technical Manager, originally from Saeon Co. in South Korea.
Simon Trytell - State Manager, Victoria
Michael Khalil - State Manager, Queensland
Ben Ellis - Sales & Training Coordinator
Our belief is that 'every person, regardless of their background or technical abilities, should have the resources and support to learn to code or program a computer, in an engaging way'.

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Altino is the only educational robot that can teach multi-languages. From early learning through to tertiary.
Through a 3 pronged approach, we believe we have now made coding education accessible to everyone with the Code with Altino System.
1. School packages are now avilable so that "Non coding" teachers can teach coding within the context of STEAM and Australian Syllabus.
2. We offer Coding Courses on school sites, where students can attend locally. NSW students can learn coding for FREE via the Creative Kids Voucher with the NSW Government.
3. Any individual can purchase Robotics Education Packages to learn computer programming at home.

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