CNET| Japanese airline wants robots to travel in your place

Oct 16, 2019 | Media

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C|NET recently reported on the Newme Telepresence robot developed by OhmniLabs for All Nippon Airways.

 

Why leave home for a long, tedious trip when you can send a robot surrogate?

While no one is using telepresence robots to solve murders yet, ANA wants to send Newme robots to destinations that may be impossible or too dangerous for most humans to visit, like the bottom of the ocean or the moon.

This article was originally published by Bonnie Burton at C|NET.  To view the full article on their website, click the button below.

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To learn more about the Newme telepresence robot and OhmniLabs’ custom robotics development, click here.

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