Customer support

Communication has never been easier! Leo Rover Customer Support is at your service :)

May 9, 2023


Aleksandra Szczepaniak

If you can no longer put up with exhausting and challenging process of making incompatible code and hardware, you're in the right place. We’re here to tell you that your torments have come to an end as Leo Rover is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Our goal is to gather robot developers who can exchange ideas and services based on the shared hardware. We’ll be more than happy to help you on your way to development.

Support channels that you need

If you have any questions, issues, or need guidance, don’t hesitate to shoot us a message. You can reach out to us in multiple ways as there are a few support channels at your disposal.


Send us an email to the following address: if there's anything we can be of assistance to you.


If you want to chat, we can open a private channel on Slack just for you so that you can get in touch with our entire team. Each of us is available on the platform, so you can get in touch directly with the developers.

With communication via Slack, you can say good riddance to bulky and official email conversations.


Our community group on Facebook isn't big, but you're more than welcome to join it. Once you're there, you can see the newest videos, tutorials and get in touch with other members of the community.


If you feel no restraints voicing your thoughts and questions publicly, the forum is just what you need. Join our community and exchange ideas with the Leo Rover team and other robotics fans!

We're always open to help you

We’re open to discuss any project. And we’re here to make your ideas come to life. Our customers’ satisfaction is crucial to us. That’s why we’re always happy to help you with anything you might need and that’s also why we’re available to you in so many support channels. Our team does its best to make everything easier and more convenient for you. That’s what we’re here for :) Develop with us!

Speaking of, check out our article on robot development :)

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