"We've begun shipping production units," cofounder David Cann told VentureBeat via email today. "In fact, we've already shipped the first 100. We'll ship another 1,000 units by September."
Everyone, it seems, wants to build a telepresence robot that moves. Revolve Robotics, however, wants to build a telepresence robot that doesn't break the bank.
Romo 1 earned Kickstarter pledges of $114,796. But the newest Romo is just getting started.
Suddenly, telepresence robots are the hottest gadgets that don't fit in your hand. Double Robotics blew the lid of the category just a month or so ago, I'll be checking out a Vancouver startup's new product next week, and a number of other pitches are hitting my inbox.
Double Robotics, the Y Combinator grad which created probably the best-looking telepresence robots on the planet, announced a $250,000 investment from Grishin Robotics today -- and the fact that Double has already sold 600 units of its first model for $1.2 million in pre-sales to 24 universities and 17 Fortune 500 companies.
oubleRobotics has just released a telepresence solution that isn't ugly, awkward, or the apparent product of a Junkyard Wars amateur hour competition.
Video is the new audio. With more emotion, more nuance, and more effective real-time communication, videoconferencing is growing at a 20 percent annual rate in business.
But that’s not fast enough for Vidyo, the company that Google tapped for the …
Cisco announced new features to its WebEx web meeting client and Jabber messenger today, in an attempt to compete with increasingly popular cloud storage companies such as Dropbox and Box.net.
“People who are using web conferencing have a challenge…the first …
Vidyo is seeking to disrupt the market for “telepresence” systems that sell for hundreds of thousands of dollars. It will do so with the launch of Vidyo Panorama, a video conferencing system that delivers high-speed, high-definition video calls for nine …
Cisco, a name typically associated with large businesses’ networking needs, announced today that it is making a move into the consumer marketplace with its new Umi video-conferencing technology.
The new tech, pronounced “you-me”, allows consumers to directly connect a video …