As we start to “smarten up” our homes, we quickly learn that it gets difficult to orchestrate all the smart devices in a meaningful way, often trapped in the mode of “making it work” instead of “making it work for you…” It seems there is no truly convenient way to access and control each one individually or collectively…until now.
SmartBeings, Inc., a Silicon Valley-based IoT-focused company, has developed the world’s first AI-embedded, interactive and affordable solution to the problem. This cloud-based, software-driven smart home hub that will allow family members to manage their homes from anywhere.
Introducing WooHoo – a product designed to simplify “smart living.”
SmartBeings will showcase WooHoo at CES in Las Vegas, January 5-8, 2017 from the Eureka Park Marketplace in Hall G, Booth #51218 at the Sands Expo Center. Earlier this month, the company was honored with a prestigious CES Innovation Award, presented at CES Unveiled in New York City.
“Most people perceive smart home technology as extremely expensive and exceedingly difficult to set up,” said Himanshu Kaul, SmartBeings’ Chief Strategy Officer. “Thanks to WooHoo, just the opposite is true. It takes less than 60 seconds to do it yourself, or you can let a WooHoo expert guide you through real-time video streamed on the device. And WooHoo’s natural language processing capability enables the device to understand you, just as if you were talking to another person.
“Through the product’s AI interactive smart home hub with facial recognition and voice control, smart living is now both easy and affordable.”
According to Joe Santos, SmartBeings’ Chief Digital and Marketing Officer, WooHoo is presently in its final stages of testing, with the product and platform scheduled to hit the marketplace by Q2 2017.
SmartBeings is crafted from a team with an extensive background in software and hardware development. The organization is built upon a passion for combining device intelligence, cloud connectivity and content-rich applications to help solve real-world problems in the “smart monitoring” domain.
For more information please visit www.smartbeings.com.