AV1, a robot friend to stay involved

When children are ill for a long time or have a slight disability, there can be social isolation or disadvantage. To counteract this, AV1 has been designed. This cute telepresence robot is your ears, eyes and voice in the classroom.

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When children are ill for a long time or have a slight disability, there can be social isolation or disadvantage. To counteract this, AV1 has been designed. This cute robot is your ears, eyes and voice in the classroom. Control by you very easily via a tablet (or mobile).

Still present via your robot

AV1 is in fact a robot that you control remotely. You connect to the robot via the App and then determine yourself every movement and involvement. AV1 has a speaker, a microphone and a camera that can focus from 10 to 12.5 meters via autofocus. The head can move up and down and by foot you can turn around and turn to for example the teacher or your friends. A full battery lasts 6 to 8 hours.

User-friendly and simple App

The app is easy to use. You can easily control the movement of the robot, control the volume and indicate if you want to ask a question or if you want to be temporarily out of the question, but you do need some help from your friends in due course. For example, when charging the robot or when moving it, if you have to go to another classroom, for example.

Network

To ensure that the telepresence robot functions properly, you can use the local Wifi network or 4G. The 4G subscription is included and installed. AV1 detects when a network becomes too weak and needs to be switched over.

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AV1

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11/20/18

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