LAS VEGAS, Jan. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Virtual assistants have just gotten smarter and more versatile with the TiTAN AI Robot from TiTAN Platform™, a smart content and device company that is previewing the new product at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Sands Expo Smart Home Marketplace (Booth 42145). The AI Robot not only responds to verbal requests (what’s the weather forecast? did the Cubs win? play Bob Dylan! turn on the house lights!) but also gets visual (showing your calendar for the day, home security cameras, your BFF on a video call, streaming content and more) as well as interpreting your mood through facial and speech recognition and making movie, music and food recommendations accordingly.
Key features include a voice assistant, video and audio streaming, voice calling, app monitoring, search, visual display, and connectivity to smart home “Internet of things” (IoT) solutions such as digitally controlled lights, thermostat and home security systems. The device also includes a swivel base that allows it to follow user movement and offers multiple color designs for personalization.
In addition, the TiTAN AI Robot can be used to access and control the company’s new TiTAN Core all-in-one smart home and entertainment hubs. These whole-house gateways enable consumers to manage smart home systems as well as retrieve videos, music, podcasts, e-books, games, VR and other digital content from a single device for the first time, bringing never-before-possible simplicity to the connected home.
“TiTAN AI is helping us rethink how we use devices through smart interaction,” said Brian Eble, president/CMO, Titan Platform US. “The ability of the Titan AI to understand our moods and behaviors is a real game changer in the industry, providing recommendations on music, movies, devices and more to reflect our current lifestyle.”
TiTAN AI Robot will be available at shop.titanplatform.us and at select retailers in Q2 2018. In addition to the new robot product, the company is showcasing its other smart content and connected devices at CES 2018.