Anybots’ Telepresence Robot Awarded Key Patent

Anybots Inc. is pleased to announce the fourth key patent was issued for the core technology and designs used in its state-of-the-art telepresence robot.

Mountain View, CA, August 24, 2012 --( Anybots, the leading innovator in robotic mobile telepresence, announced today that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a key patent for its QB telepresence robot. It is the fourth patent awarded to Anybots for technology and designs used in the company’s remotely controlled, mobile, self-balancing telepresence robot.

U.S. Patent No. 8,160,747 “Remotely controlled, self-balancing robot including kinematic image stabilization” covers technologies enabling the use of a self-balancing robot for telepresence.

"The issuance of this patent validates and supports our investment in R&D and Anybots’ innovative technology, which offers users a safe, easy to use, and highly mobile telepresence platform” said David Rogan, Chief Executive Officer. "We expect that this product will be a key growth driver in our business for many years."

Anybots’ issued patents cover core technologies developed over the last several years around the use of remotely controlled, mobile robots in telepresence - further enhancing Anybots’ unique position in the market place as the technology leader. Additional patents covering further aspects of mobile telepresence are also being pursued.

About Anybots: Launched by technologist Trevor Blackwell, Anybots, the leading innovator in mobile telepresence, is focused on providing remotely controlled, mobile platforms to broaden and enhance human interaction across the globe. Blackwell is the founder of several successful Silicon Valley companies and a partner at startup incubator Y Combinator. Visit for more information.
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