Hubble Connected, the cloud-based platform from electronics provider Binatone, has new innovations to redefine the consumer experience that will be showcased at CES 2017, the company announced.
The task will be done via Emotionalytics and a host of other new services and technology advancements to “keep users in touch with everything that matters most,” Binatone said in a press release.
The Hubble Connected platform features emotion recognition, sound recognition, voice commands, pet tracking, car telematics and artificial intelligence. An enhanced video platform provides fast replay stories, defines zonal alert areas, and can differentiate between pet and human motion and activity.
Voice control for the connected home is built on the Amazon Alexa platform and allows users the freedom to control, track and monitor the things they care most about hands free, such as their nursery environment or even summon help.
Dino Lalvani, Chairman of Binatone Global, sister company of Hubble Connected, said, “these new developments – from the innovative emotional artificial intelligence in HUGO to our expansive network of manufacturers developing products that operate with Hubble Connected – reflect the convergence in IoT and further make our platform stand out as the premier option for the smart home.”
Intelligent smart camera HUGO will also be unveiled together with IVO, an integrated hub for the home and nursery. The home monitoring system works with Hubble Connected and is equipped with artificial intelligence (AI) and voice control.
The HUGO & IVO series of smart monitors and controllers come with Alexa voice control, Affectiva Emotion AI, and content services for the whole family, including sports and weather reports, news, popular music streaming services and audiobooks. Smart viewer IVO can even make phone calls and control TV.