Tag Archives: telepresence robots
Past Blast: checking out IvanAnywhere’s efforts on remote presence in 2007. Continue reading
Remote Presence Links for March 14, 2013 – Telepresence robots: Your alter ego on wheels – Robot Lets You Be in Two Places at Once – Meet vGo, the robot that will make you smile – Anybots at FutureMed 2013 Continue reading
A couple of nights ago, we got ourselves a little note in the inbox responding to our past report that Anybots may have been aqui-hired by Facebook.
The email (from Tim Lenihan at Anybots) tells us that David Rogan, former Cisco Executive has joined Anybots as Chief Executive Officer to help bring about the re-energizing of the company. Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal discovered remote presence systems in San Francisco with a vGo system being the RPS that people can be remotely present within. And InfoWorld gives us some credit for the build of the Texai – which we appreciate, but should reserve for the team at Willow Garage. Continue reading
Eric Schmidt says “Small robots could be used so busy people can send them to events for video and voice transmissions when their presence isn’t required, Schmidt said. “In the future you’ll be able to dispatch a robot to each event,” he said.” Continue reading
Just saw this terrific comic from Bleeker Comics and thought you would have a laugh. I will be catching up with Pilot Presence news in the coming weeks. Sorry for the extended holiday.
One of the many under-cover companies has now popped up on the radar in the telepresence space, as announced in Technology Review India which informs us about Suitable Technologies, a spin-off from Willow Garage that is taking my favorite RPS system (the Texai) and working on improving it for delivery in the second half of 2012. Continue reading
And why not? One of the benefits from telepresence and remote presence systems that is very important is remote workers. As someone who is dying for my next RPS to play with – as I travel back and forth from NYC to London to California – I keep crying out for my Texai! Continue reading