Australian tech start-up Teleportivity has launched a platform that has the potential to transform the way business and universities interact with their customers and students.
The system allows customers to create a telepresence connection with a staff member through a screen to allow face to face chat in the event there is no one on-site to speak with.
Tech Guide had a look at the platform at CeBIT in Sydney this week and we were instantly greeted by a woman on a 12.9-inch display (which was an iPad Pro) built into a stand that was at our eye level.
This could be used in a store or shopping centre and at a university or school to give people an option to ask a question or find directions or gather any other information.
Without person physically there, Teleportivity is the next best thing to a face to face conversation.
The chat’s visual communication is more personal than an audio call and it also gives the person at the other end – like the store or university staff member – the ability to see the customer and to see if they are stressed or emotional …Read the full article from techguide.com.au here.
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