The classroom robot that lets children be at school event when they can’t go…

The AV1 robot allow pupils who are unable to physically be at school to participate the classes and communicate with their friends, making sure they don’t unnecessary miss out on their education.

Photo: Estera Kluczenko

 

In the UK, more than 72,000 children are missing out on their childhood due to long-term illness. That means in every sixth classroom, there is an empty desk. When a pupil can’t attend class themselves, AV1 will take their place. AV1 is the telepresence robot for children and young adults suffering from long-term illness.

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The AV1 robot allow pupils who are unable to physically be at school to participate the classes and communicate with their friends, making sure they don’t unnecessary miss out on their education.

The telepresence robot helps children and young adults suffering from long-term illness to feel less lonely and isolated.