Panasonic’s in-house voice assistant platform, the Arbo Hub, has been given a green flag in India. The Artificial Intelligence-powered app provides the Panasonic users access to multiple apps and services on a single platform. Moreover, the Arbo Hub also learns from the user preferences to make recommendations based on their interest, making the experience smarter and clutter-free.
Entering into the wider smartphone ecosystem, the company has partnered with app aggregators such as Ola, AccuWeather, NewsPoint, MobiKwik and Gamezop so as to provide different platforms to its phone users under a single roof.
Basically, the Arbo Hub is the matured and advance version of Arbo that Panasonic announced last year. In the new version, the users will be shown information, data, content, games and shows which are relevant to them. Panasonic has partnered with various apps like Accuweather, NewsPoint. Additionally, the Arbo Hub app’s lets you compare fares between app service like Ola and Uber.
Eluga Ray 700 To Get Arbo Hub Via OTA
The AI-assistant will be introduced to the users of Eluga Ray 700 – launched in September 2017, through an over the air update (OTA) soon. Meanwhile, Panasonic has also announced two of its upcoming smartphone models P85 NXT and Eluga Ray 710 which will be incorporated the Go-To app, Arbo Hub.
Mr Pankaj Rana, Business Head – Mobility Division, Panasonic India, said, “With Arbo Hub, the Arbo family will now expand from an AI-powered virtual assistant to an AI-powered application Hub. The users now do not have to download multiple apps and clutter their phones, Arbo Hub will make available all the services you need on one single platform.”
He added, “We will keep evolving our AI-based initiatives and in the next iteration of the platform our users will come across exciting developments like live TV, music, food ordering, deals and offers plus price comparison across e-commerce platforms.”