This year we’ve all been on an incredible journey to stay safe and connected. At OhmniLabs, we end 2020 grateful that we’ve been able to help customers around the world respond to new challenges created by COVID-19. As a result, we are honored to win the Commercialization Award in the Silicon Valley Robotics “Good Robot” Industry Awards.
Here are some highlights from this unprecedented year. We could not have gotten through it without you!
Ohmni Robot is being used in over 40 hospitals for patient care and patient access. Hospital staff use Ohmni to provide families visitation to quarantined patients and to enter patient rooms saving limited PPE. Doctors use Ohmni to help keep up with patients even when they are in a facility across town. A children’s hospital started using Ohmni to introduce siblings to their newborn baby brother or sister in the NICU because sibling visits had been temporarily suspended. And Azria Health started a telehealth robot program.
“Now, all the caregivers need to do is push a button to turn on the robot, and Dr. Manley is able to navigate through Azria Health Gretna’s hallways as if she’s physically in the facility!”
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Top 5 Robots Helping to Tackle Coronavirus ↗
Ohmni Robot has helped numerous vital industries mitigate the economic effects of COVID-19 and maintain operations. COCOCO Homes uses Ohmni Robot for virtual consultations and EPCOR uses Ohmni for virtual inspections.
“We have received a lot of positive feedback on our robot solution and we expect in a post COVID-19 time, our virtual inspections will outperform in-person inspections.It is cost-effective, time-saving and sustainable.”
Read the Forbes article:
Remote Retail: Avatar Robots Are Great At Selling Art. Now, What Else Can They Do? ↗
Read the New York Times article:
To Survive the Pandemic, Savile Row Cuts a Bespoke Strategy ↗
“Our favorite thing about Ohmni Robot is the ability it gives us to interact with our customers in a natural and spontaneous manner. We enjoy telling our story to our customers and helping them make good decisions and the robot has been extremely helpful with that.”
Watch the TV news story :
Robot helps Cornelius furniture store customers shop safely ↗
Ohmni Robot has been an incredible solution for students who could not attend school due to COVID-19 restrictions, illness, or hospitalization. Administrators, teachers and parents around the world choose our technology to help ensure equal access to education and that students continue their normal curriculum when they are physically unable to attend class.
“She’s got a smile on her face and lots of best friends. She’s happy to see them in class even though she can’t in person.” Prasadi Pilosof, mother of Ohmni user
“It takes a lot of skill as a teacher to make sure that you’re including the people on the screen. And robots — they have a good social presence. On Zoom, you kind of get forgotten about.” Professor David Wicks, Seattle Pacific University
Read the Business Insider article :
The next big thing in classrooms: ‘Zoom on wheels” robots are seeing a surge in demand ↗
Read the Sydney Morning Herald Article
Remote learning meant year 2 student Ayla finally felt like everyone else ↗
Across the country, professional sports teams are using Ohmni Robot to connect and stay engaged with their community. Despite the pandemic, athletes are demonstrating how to be champions off the field.
There is no shortage of great images and stories to share with you. Take a look at the links below to learn about football, soccer, and hockey teams using Ohmni Robot for good.
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AS Roma uses Ohmni Robot to connect with fans in Italy ↗
Phoenix Children’s Hospital invites sports figures to visit using Ohmni Robot. Right now they’re collecting letters for Santa ↗!
The newme robot OhmniLabs designed for ANA was used in a virtual graduation this year. The Business Insider article ↗ and video went viral! And several TV shows started to feature Ohmni Robot, including Returning the Favor with Mike Rowe.
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Community First on Returning the Favor ↗