Solve isolation for sick kids
Their future is now
From hospital or home, Ohmni telepresence robots for schools put sick students in class so they can see and hear their teachers and classmates, be seen and heard, and even move around as if they are there. Giving the gift of everyday access to school during the toughest times.
Inclusion in special education
Supporting all abilities
Ohmni telepresence robot for education integrates with software to give mobility for students with disability by enabling them to move through the remote space. Telepresence robots for schools put gifted and talented students in their regular classroom while they're away. And raises STEM in schools across Australia and New Zealand.
Helping in higher education
At the cutting-edge of thinking
Australian and New Zealand Universities put Ohmni telepresence robots in the uni to increase student inclusion and interactive learning, attend events and rites of passage (such as graduations) when they can't be there. Researchers collaborate through Ohmni robots for education on world-changing initiatives.
- “Our Benjamin is 7 years old now and he has spinal muscular atrophy which makes him unable to move around but it doesn’t affect his cognitive ability. So interaction with other kids at school is a critical thing for him to feel like a normal kid"
Kevin and Melissa Moss