Hero Group via its sub-brand Hero Electronix, entered into the consumer technology market with the launch of Qubo, a range of connected smart devices based on Artificial Intelligence. The products launched under the Qubo portfolio are smart indoor camera, smart gas sensor, smart smoke sensor, and smart door/window sensor.
Priced at Rs 13,490, the Qubo Smart Indoor camera comes with a full-HD camera, AI features and secure and encrypted video streaming and storage. The smart sensors including Qubo Smart Gas Sensor, Smart Smoke Sensor, and the Smart Door and Window Sensor are all priced at Rs 3,000. All the sensors are available for purchase on Qubo’s website www.quboworld.com and will also be available across major e-commerce sites and retail stores starting from September 27.
Qubo smoke detector
With the Qubo smart indoor camera, a user can remotely monitor home and stay connected with loved ones. A few features of the device include 140-degree field of view, night vision, 2-way audio, AI powered image analytics technology to deliver person detection, face recognition and baby crying alerts. The device houses a custom secure silicon chip by Qualcomm, with PKI based root-of-trust making it tamperproof and protecting against malware.
Additionally, it has Amazon Alexa built-in enabling the device to be controlled by voice and also serve as entertainment and automation centre of the home. Users can also access a wide range of services across news, music, weather, and reminders with simple voice commands.
‘There is a major revolution coming where AI-powered connected devices can solve major real world problems pertaining to security, connectivity, entertainment & healthcare. We have invested more than 2 years in research and development of products that harness leading edge technology like AI to solve for consumer needs. While we are addressing the home security & automation space with our range of products launched today, we are also exploring more products in home, automotive and kids categories too,’ said Nikhil Rajpal, CEO, Hero Electronix.
Hero Electronix plans to launch more than 10 smart products across home automation, automotive and entertainment domains in the next two years.