Remote Presence Device With A Steady Wireless Connection



Suitable Technologies, remote presence system, Beam, Beam remote presence system, robotics
A new remote presence system, bragging of a 17-inch LCD display and reliable wireless connection due to four Wi-Fi radios, has been developed by Suitable Technologies. All the operator needs is an internet-connected Windows PC or Mac, a webcam, and microphone.The robot features two cameras, allowing the operator to avoid obstacles that are too low for the primary camera to catch: one gives the operator a wide-angle view of the device’s surroundings and another looks directly in front of its mobile base. A microphone array provides high quality audio that allows conversing even at a noisy site. The Beam is priced at US$16,000 (plus an extra $950 for its charging dock), such a high price ensures it insecure position in the list of the similar products, Beam is its ability to stay connected; in our early testing, we learned that it’s not that difficult to build a remote presence device that keeps a wireless connection 70-80 percent of the time but that absolutely won’t cut it for an enterprise-class product. Nobody wants their connection to be suddenly cut short during an important meeting.”
Via:gizmag.com

Suitable Technologies, remote presence system, Beam, Beam remote presence system, robotics

Suitable Technologies, remote presence system, Beam, Beam remote presence system, robotics

Suitable Technologies, remote presence system, Beam, Beam remote presence system, robotics


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