While you’ll never hear me complain about the seventeen-second commute or the ability to see my kids immediately after my workday, being a permanent work from home employee is not all rainbows and lollipops. There are definite challenges and they all stem from a central topic: collaboration.
Genazzano FCJ College
Genazzano FCJ College – The college are using the telepresence robot, to great success, to support girls who are unable to attend school due to health or circumstances beyond their control. The major impact was that the student was part of the class and could be part of the classroom discussion despite not being physically present.
If you ever visit Portalarium in Austin, Texas, you might see a Double roaming around.
Richard Garriott, Portalarium’s CEO & private astronaut, uses the Double almost every day to communicate with his team.
A remote employee in Colorado uses Double to telecommute every day to the company’s HQ in New York.
Cognizant Digital Works
Cognizant Digital Works uses double to connect their workers from across the word face to face.
MIT Sloan Executive Education
MIT Sloan Executive Education uses double robotics to enable their remote workers to be working from the office.
See how Duke University’s School of Nursing uses Double to engage nurse practitioner students in simulations
Eastern Labs employs two remote workers who live in Denver and telecommute to Boston every day via Double.
Bon Secours Health System
Bon Secours doctors use double to navigate through the hospital and talk to patients face to face without the need to travel.