Arya: The Lovable Tea Making Robot
Arya, a personal tea making robot for those who really value their tea brewing experience, will be launched at the IoT 2018 expo on March 7.
Imagine you're about to reach your office or home, and you want someone to make your cuppa. All you do is press a button on your smartphone and your hot cup of tea will be ready by the time you arrive. Thanks to Arya.
One can also talk to Arya by simply saying, "HiArya, make me my favourite tea." and your custom tea is ready.
For tea lovers, the options are plentiful. Get creative with the many flavours of tea by modifying your recipe from your phone. Arya can make tea using ingredients like adarak (ginger), elaichi (cardamom), saunf (fennel), dalchini (cinnamon), chai masala, long (cloves), kahwa, milk, sugar and water. Arya is programmed to remember your perfect tea recipe.
"Tea is one of the most important drinks, and having a good cup of tea can make your day. Our mission is to make it possible for every person to get their favourite cup of tea at home, office, hotels, and malls. Advanced smart home technology allowed us to simplify the process of making a perfect cup of tea," said Akash Takyar, CEO at HiArya.
Mitra: The Future of Customer Engagement
Engaging potential clients is the first step of any customer management effort, and who knows it better than Mitra.
The humanoid robot features a facial recognition technology, allowing it to recognise and greet customers instantly. Operating autonomously, Mitra can recognize speech in multiple languages, engage customers with its friendly demeanour and smart conversations to provide better customer engagement. It also has the ability to navigate on its own.
Mitra assists customers by learning about their preferences, and on subsequent visits makes contextual suggestions. This informed communication is designed to foster a more personalised experience for every customer, and increase sales.
On a single charge, Mitra can deliver a back up of eight-ten hours. Mitra is being marketed to businesses that range from corporates and retail to banking and hospitality - pretty much any customer-facing sector.
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