Jacob's Robot at Worthington Elementary School

What started out as an ear infection quickly turned into a mysterious illness that now keeps Jacob from attending school at Worthington Elementary School in Worthington, Ohio. Thanks to help from his fellow students, faculty members, and the Assistive Technology team at Ohio State University, Jacob is able to keep up in school via Double Robotics!


Double Makes It Possible for NY Student to Attend School Again

During her freshman year of high school at Forestville Central Schools in New York, then-ninth-grader Paige Whitehill suddenly developed a severe form of epilepsy, causing constant interruptions during the day for her and her classmates. Her continual seizures kept her at risk of being held back in school and that's where Double Robotics came in. Watch Paige's story here:


Video courtesy of New York State School Boards Association

Adidas Opens First 360° Concept Store in Europe Using Double Robotics' 360 Camera Dolly

Adidas has opened its first 360° concept store in Europe to create a new, one-of-a-kind experience for customers. This initial store, based in Stockholm, Sweden, can be toured entirely remotely via Double Robotics' 360 Camera Dolly. Although remote, customers can have the same experience as being there in person, thanks to the ability to view the store in complete 360 video.

Check out their website at http://www.360conceptstore.com/.

Video courtesy of ParaPix. Visit them online at http://www.parapix.se/.

From $2 Million to $20 Million

Double Robotics has reached an incredible point of growth. Over the past four years, we’ve seen remote workers, telecommuters, educators and IT leaders around the world recognize the the unique value of telepresence robotics and the critical role it plays in connecting offices, remote workers, and students around the world.

We’re thrilled to announce that Double Robotics has reached $20 million in sales of our internationally-acclaimed telepresence robot, Double. After graduating from Y Combinator in the summer of 2012, Double Robotics raised a seed round of under $2 million. We have not needed to raise another round since then.

While still a pre-Series A hardware startup, this is a great feat. Our mission has always been to enable all types of remote experiences, and we have significantly delivered on this vision. We believe that, by connecting remote employees to their home offices or remote students to the classroom, we are creating a more open and flexible work space where people feel more connected to their communities and colleagues.

As adoption of Double continues to accelerate and as our customers deploy dozens of Doubles within their organizations, we’ve found an opportunity to make the enterprise experience with Double even better. We’re excited to unveil our first enterprise software called Fleet Management. Fleet Management is designed for IT managers and executives to effectively monitor and manage their fleet of Doubles and drivers. Fleet Management is currently in the beta testing and will soon be available publicly, starting at $99/month. For early access, please reach out to: sales@doublerobotics.com

We’ve grown a lot in the past year, with the recent launches of Double 2 and Camera Kit. Now, with Fleet Management, the Double Robotics experience is the best it’s ever been. We’re excited to be at the forefront of the growing telepresence industry and we would like to thank our customers for their continued support of Double Robotics. We’re thrilled about what’s to come. 

Capture Any Occasion with Double Robotics' 360 Camera Dolly

The 360 Camera Dolly and Universal 360 Camera Mount by Double Robotics offers a unique way to capture special occasions of all kind, such as weddings, birthdays and graduations. 

Recently, a couple in Japan filmed their wedding ceremony using the 360 Camera Dolly and will forever have their momentous day captured in full 360 video. 

Watch the ceremony here:


To learn more about Double Robotics' 360 Camera Dolly, visit our website online at www.doublerobotics.com

Video courtesy of Masahiro Nagata, CEO of Lifestyle


Double Robotics featured on The Grand Tour!

Double Robotics was featured on Season 1, Episode 6 of Amazon's original series, The Grand Tour!

From the guys who brought you the UK's famed television show Top Gear, The Grand Tour is a show about adventure and excitement, where hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel the world showcasing innovation in automotive transportation and motoring. In this latest episode, titled "Happy Finnish Christmas," which aired on December 22, 2016, Jeremy, Richard and James traveled to Finland where they presented fun Christmas gifts for their car fans -- including Double!

The Grand Tour is available to view for Amazon Prime members.

https://www.amazon.com/The-Grand-Tour-Season-1/dp/B01J94A5GQ



AF Group Saves $30,000 in Travel Costs Thanks to Double Robotics

AF Group is one of the country's largest workers' compensation insurance firms, with multiple offices nationwide and a large number of remote employees who telecommute, or travel often, to the company's headquarters in Lansing, Michigan. While using traditional video conferencing tools has been helpful, the management team at AF Group realized there's oftentimes a need for remote workers to have greater presence in the office. They came across Double Robotics and, in just nine months, have saved the company $30,000 in travel costs. Double gives remote employees of AF Group a greater sense of being there when they're not -- without having to spend the money on traditional travel. Watch their story below.

 

"The Robot Changing School for Students with Disabilities" by NBC News

Maeve is a second-grader at P.S. 158 in New York City. She suffers from muscular atrophy, which severely hinders her ability to move. Because of her condition, Maeve isn't always able to attend school in person. Thanks to help from the New York City Department of Education and Double Robotics, Maeve has been using Double for over a year and never misses a beat in school. We're honored to be a part of Maeve's story and provide a way for her to attend school. The power of telepresence is limitless!

Watch her story here:

http://www.nbcnews.com/video/the-robot-changing-school-for-students-with-disabilities-819143235773

Lindamood-Bell Deploys 70 Doubles in Largest Deployment Yet

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, a leading education services agency that provides professional development and best practices for teachers, has deployed 70 telepresence robots from Double Robotics in the largest deployment of Double Robotics to date. 

Traditionally, a Lindamood-Bell staff member would travel onsite to a school and embed him/herself in the community by living there full-time, from anywhere between six months to a few years. Now, rather than sending a person, Lindamood-Bell sends a Double, allowing staff members to visit schools anywhere in the world, from Colorado to Alaska to Honduras, without having to spend the time or money associated with physical travel. Double allows Lindamood-Bell to provide the same high-quality instruction in a more efficient and cost-effective way. With Double, Lindamood-Bell employees to have greater flexibility to visit multiple sites per day or per week, all while saving the school thousands of dollars per year.

Watch their story here: