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Since VGo is currently being used in pediatric cases, it makes sense for us to look at this particular model.
The deal is resulting in the relocation of VGo's Nashua employees to Vecna's headquarters, the newspaper said.
has acquired robotic telepresence solutions provider VGo Communications, Inc., the company said.
Introduced in the UAE by Amana Healthcare, a medical and rehabiliation hospital with an 80-bed facility in Al Ain and Abu Dhabi city, VGo could change the lives of children with congenital anomalies who are confined to living at medical centres.
The VGo robot consists of a wheeled base with a screen and camera built,
Mike Flanagan, assistant superintendent of Tyngsborough Public Schools in Massachusetts, says his son, Connor, used a VGo after his double-lung transplant in October.
VGo embodies a homebound or hospital-bound pupil in a distant location.
About 4 feet tall and 20 pounds, VGo is a white plastic robot with a video camera and microphone.
VGo uses a wide range of sensors and actuators for navigation and motors and wheel control, and WiFi and wireless network adapters enable communications.
But soon it became clear that the VGo could change the lives of people outside the workplace.
All of its fuel oil exports, of 300,000- 400,000 tons a month on average, including high-value refining feedstock such as vacuum gas oil (VGO) and straight-run parcels, have been transacted in the spot market during this period and it did not sign any term deals this year.
Aramco has sold four vacuum gas oil (VGO) cargo in the past two months for the U.S.
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