The company said it aims to improve customer's experience through smart technology and intuitive designs. It expected a huge potential for IoT enabled air coolers, not only from the residential space but also commercial space.
Speaking on the launch, joint managing director of Bajaj Electricals, Anant Bajaj said, "We are extremely excited and proud to launch India's first IoT enabled air cooler. Realintelligence is when technologies interact with one another tomake things effortlessly happen."
Croma will be the lead partner to launch the product.
Bajaj did not disclose the IoT based air-cooler's price.
The key features of Cool.iNXT, which differentiates it from other coolers, is that it can be controlled through art mobile app, iR remote and digital control panel on the cooler.
It also has ice chamber for faster cooling.To a question whether the company has done any study whether the air cooler is fit for the asthma patients too, Bajaj said this aspect will be looked into as the company comes out with an updated version in future.
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