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Category Archives: Remote Presence Systems
Suitable Technologies, Inc. has revealed its new Beam Corporate Leasing Program to offer large organizations the opportunity to test the Beam remote presence system for a 3-year period. Continue reading
Suitable Technologies takes the Grand Award Winner in the 2013 Best of What’s New Award from Popular Science magazine in the Hardware category. Continue reading
Suitable and RoboBusiness pair up to offer Beaminginot the RoboBusiness conference and announce their newest version of the Beam software. Continue reading
The double does a terrible job in showing in the Good Wife Continue reading
Suitable shows off the WetaBeam at ComicCon 2013. Continue reading
double Robotics announces they are shipping their first pre-orders and iRobot announces partnership with Cisco on Ava 500. Continue reading
So it looks like the medical rationale is beginning to heat up interest in the remote presence space (or “virtual presence” as Anybots and Sheldon call it). In time for the American Telepresence Association 2013 conference, Anybots and Polycom announces a partnership. Continue reading
double just launched their newest iPad app in the iTunes Store. Continue reading
Past Blast: checking out IvanAnywhere’s efforts on remote presence in 2007. Continue reading
This article was found in a local newspaper in North Vernon, Indiana and shows yet another place for remote presence to make a difference. The original engineer behind the precursor to the Beam, Dallas Goecker, demonstrated the RPD at his parents hardware store in central Indiana. The photo and the article is quite nice — covering all of the points that explain the Beam quite well. Continue reading