August 19, 2013

Robotic Telepresence: State of the Industry

Many companies and individuals understand the value of robotic telepresence. With traditional videoconferencing, the remote person's viewpoint is limited to wherever the camera happens to be located in the room.  But in robotic telepresence, the remote person is able to engage with local participants as if they are physically located at the point of the device, so a better engagement results.  This article looks at the technology challenges, along with the elements needed for successful deployments --and it provides a comprehensive summary of product features and prices available today. 

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