AV1 is the world's first robot specially developed for children and young adults with long-term illness. With AV1, the child can participate in class and maintain contact with friends from home or the hospital bed. The robot is controlled by an app on a phone or tablet.
AV1 is developed in collaboration with
Participate on your own terms
AV1 is the pupil's eyes, ears and voice in class, on days (s)he can't be physically present at school. The pupil signals that (s)he wants to speak by letting the top of AV1's head blink. The robot turns 360 degrees in order for the pupil to see and talk to all of his or hers classmates. If the pupil doesn't feel like actively participating in class, (s)he makes the top of AV1's head turn blue.See all features
Easier returning to school
It can be difficult returning to school after sickness absence. AV1 corresponds well with this problem. By allowing the child or young adult to be present in class – also during periods of treatment – AV1 can make it easier returning to school even after prolonged periods of absence.
The security of usage is No Isolation's highest priority. In order to get the most out of AV1, it is crucial that the AV1 user, his or hers classmates and the teachers are confident in the use of the robot. No data is stored. All data that travels between the device and AV1 is encrypted. Consequently, no outsiders can access the video and audio which is sent between the child and the robot.Read about AV1 and privacy
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