Articles written about our robot AV1
With this robot, Maja can attend school every day
St. Eystein elementary school has invested in a robot that will function as Maja's eyes and ears in school. The robot has integrated camera, microphone and loudspeakers, which allows Maja to participate in class, in the breaks and whatever else she would miss out on. All from her bed.
Avatar robot staves off sick children's isolation
Norwegian researchers have developed a novel way to keep children recovering from long-term illnesses connected to their friends and their education from their sickbed. An avatar robot is placed at the child's desk, and is controlled by the student from their home via cameras, microphones, and speakers, allowing them to contribute to lessons, and avoid the crippling social isolation caused by long-term absence.
Articles about No Isolation
Competition: This is Norway's top 50 women in tech
– I believe many girls would have liked IT extremely well, Karen Dolva says. The founder of No Isolation, who is on Abelia's list over Norway's top 50 women in tech, is constantly searching for programmers. She notices that her fellow women fail the tech industry.
Two tech princes tested how Norwegian companies will change the classroom
60 Norwegian companies are already reaching roughly 140 million users with their solutions for a more digital school. – A strong will for cooperation and sense of community contributes to Norway's success in this field, according to British entrepreneur William Mercer.
Prince Andrew met Crown Prince Haakon of Norway in London at BETT
Prince Andrew met Crown Prince Haakon of Norway in London at the BETT conference – the world's leading education technology event. The robot AV1, which is helping many children and young adults in Norway partake in the classroom despite long-term illnesses, was demonstrated to Prince Andrew.