San Francisco Chronicle | Robots to help families check in on Bay Area seniors

Oct 12, 2016 | Media

The San Francisco Chronicle

The Ohmni telepresence robot was featured in an article by the San Francisco Chronicle about robots to help families check in on seniors.

For about a month, OhmniLabs has been conducting trial runs at senior living facilities. The idea, said Ohmnilabs CEO Thuc Vu, was to introduce the robots to the people OhmniLabs hopes will eventually be their core audience: seniors.

On Wednesday, the company began a free pilot program for Bay Area families, letting people sign up to receive a robot to use in their own homes.

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