Be where you want in an instant! Stay more engaged while away, and even use a projector for presentations and movies!
The Sanbot Elf telepresence robot (formerly known as the Sanbot S1) provides you a physical, remote presence, enabling you to visit family, co-workers, hospital patients, and others instantly and efficiently. The Sanbot Elf is controlled using an application called Qlink, which can be downloaded to either your smartphone, tablet, or PC. Business and hospitals can use the Sanbot to project documents such as Excel and PowerPoint files, as well as other documents and videos. Similarly, the Sanbot Elf can use it’s projector and it’s 65″ image display to broadcast movies. The Sanbot Elf has built-in subwoofers, touch sensors, and HD touch screen, infrared sensors for autonomous navigation and crash detection, and even a 3D camera in addition to its normal HD camera.
Home users are using Sanbot telepresence robots to visit their family and friends instantly, to eliminate time and expenses and hassles associated with many traveling experiences.
Business users are using telepresence robots to instantly meet with coworkers or to check product placement on sales floors or in warehouses.
Hospital users are using telepresence robots to enable specialists to immediately be on hand for emergencies such as when a person has a stroke. They also enable clinics to offer a simple way for family members and friends of patients to visit with their loved ones with no worries of germs. Friends and family simply access the telepresence robot at the hospital, or have a member of the staff drive the robot to the patient’s room.
The Sanbot Elf can also be used for customer service. Visitors to your business or hospital or museum can ask the Sanbot for directions and basic questions.
Auto-Docking: The Sanbot can be programmed to automatically charge itself once its battery level reaches a particular percentage (i.e. 10%, 20$, etc). Additionally, you can tell the Sanbot to charge itself using your voice or via the Qlink app.
What do the remote users need?: The Sanbot can be controlled using a PC, smartphone, or tablet.
What else can it do? It can play a video or programmed presentation using it’s screen or it’s built-in projector. Use the Sanbot Elf to display excel and PowerPoint files, videos, and other documents. The Sanbot can change colors and interact with people using its voice and facial recognition and ability to respond to questions. The Sanbot can even dance; mind you, you’ll not see much of a resemblance with Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers, but the Sanbot gets a big “E” for effort. Returning to more practical levels, thanks to its adaptability to customization, the Sanbot can be tailored for use in hotel, retail, healthcare, education, and other industries.
For more information on the Sanbot Elf, you can view the Sanbot videos, images, features and specifications, and more on this page or by clicking the links for Sanbot Elf reviews.
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Top Speed: 8 m/s (About 1.8 mph)
Height: 90cm (About 32″ or 2’8″)
Tablet Auto-Charged: Yes. Built-in Monitor
Docking Station: Yes
Bandwidth Required: Unknown
Run Time: 10 hours (About 20 hrs. on Standby)
Brand: Qihan Technology Co. Ltd.
Charge Time: Unknown
Crash Avoidance: Yes. Gyroscope, Compass, Infra-red, 3D, and Touch Sensors.
Unique Features: Open API, Android SDK available. Speech and face recognition. Built-in projector.
Network Connectivity: WiFi
Video Resolution: 1080p
Sanbot Elf Weight: 19 kg (About 42 lbs.)
Sanbot Elf Dimensions: 92 x 30 x 40 cm (About 32 x 12 x 16 in.)
Display Monitor: 10.1″ 1080P Touchscreen.
Display Projector: 1920 x 720 HD, 60 Hz, 16:9 Aspect Ratio.
Battery: Lithium Battery. Capacity: 20 Ah / 300W
Cameras: 8 MP HD Camera, 1 MP HD Camera w/140 degree aspheric surface angle
Head: 7 microphones, 2 cameras, 3D sensor, 7 touch sensors
Body: Obstacle detection, 6 charging dock sensors, 4 touch sensors, compass, gyroscope
Arms: 4 obstacle detection sensors, 2 touch sensors
Base: 10 obstacle detection sensors, 3 omni-wheels
Movement / Motion:
Head: 180 degree pan, 30 degree tilt
Arms: +90 degrees, -180 degrees
Base: 360 degree movement
Operating System: ROS 1.1.
Sound: 360 degree sound localization. 2 tweeters, 1 woofer.
WiFi: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4Ghz / 5Ghz)
Wireless: Bluetooth 4.0, ZigBee
LEDs: 250 colors, 2 cycles for the ‘ears,’ ‘hands,’ and 1 for the base.
Can it overcome changes in flooring: The Sanbot is able to overcome 1.5 cm (maximum) obstacles.
Qihan Cloud Features: The Qihan Cloud provides for account management, maintanence, community interaction, We-chat messaging app, cloud computing, remote control, live chatting, online semantics-analysis, news feeds, firmware updates, A/V transmission, User Data Mining, Cloud Storage, Application Market, Cloud Resource Sharing.