#MeetTheFuture with Miraie
the connected Living platform from Panasonic
News Desk, News Nation 360: when IoT is ushering the next technological revolution, Panasonic, a diversified technology company also a significant player in Spatial Solutions, forays into Connected Living Solutions with the launch of its IoT & AI-enabled platform Miraie. Mirai means future and ie meaning home in Japanese, the platform aims to empower everyday lives of consumers with comfort, convenience and seamless connectivity across all Panasonic devices; by updating the quality of living spaces basis their need and ambient environment. The innovation has been conceptualized and developed at Panasonic’s India Innovation Centre based out of Bangalore. Panasonic also unveiled its first range of connected products that will be available in the Indian market under Miraie, which includes Connected Air Conditioners, Smart
Door Bell and Plugs & Switches. Manish Sharma, President & CEO, Panasonic India and South East Asia, told, with the advent of 5G, IoT will be driving the next round of transformation in the digital world and is the future of smart, connected India. Consumers are now looking towards IoT & AI-enabled solutions to enhance the quality of life through connected ecosystems – as per their research over 75% are looking for specific requirements related to ease of use, safety; monitoring misuse; service reminders, personalize usage pattern. Through the launch of their Miraie platform, they aim to address all of the above and extend connected living in a true sense and further their vision of a better life, a better world. Extending enhanced comfort, it leverages Google’s Voice Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa technology to offer seamless and hands-free operations and control devices with voice commands. The Miraie App also offers e-warranty wherein all warranty services and annual maintenance contracts are stored digitally for all products and consumers gets notified if there is a change in any status. It also supports consumers to get any spare part of electronic devices replaced with an online request via the app. Panasonic Connected Home solution launched by Manish Mishra, Manish Sharma, Daizo Ito and Dinesh Aggarwal.
Report: Anustup Kundu