The ASURO is a small autonomous multi-sensored robot developed for educational purposes by the DLR, the German Aerospace Center. Highly versatile, the ASURO is completely programmable in C. Aside from the printed circuit boards, only standard parts are utilized and freeware tools can be used for programming. The ASURO comes unassembled and includes a soldering guide making it exceptionally suitable as an introduction into processor-controlled hobby electronics for projects in schools, universities, and technical education. Includes six collision-detector sensors, optical line-tracker unit, two independently-controlled 3V-DC motors, and on-board odometer sensor on both wheels. Firmware is pre-programmed for easy hardware testing. Includes CD with software, training manual, and supporting materials. Remote control and PC-programming possible via USB transceiver. Wireless control possible with optional Bluetooth and 433 MHz RF. Excellent AVR-GCC freeware for use with Windows or Linux. Specifications: ATmega8L, 8-bit AVR-RISC processor.