HomeNewsiRobot vacuum cleaning devices now come with Amazon Alexa skills integration

iRobot vacuum cleaning devices now come with Amazon Alexa skills integration

The latest skill additions will be available on all WiFi-enabled Roomba robots in India including Roomba 695, Roomba 895, Roomba 960, Roomba 966, and Roomba 980.

Puresight Systems Pvt Ltd, the exclusive distributor of iRobot products in India, has today announced the integration of Amazon Alexa skills and IFTT skills in Wi-Fi enabled vacuum cleaning devices of iRobot.

The latest skill additions will be available on all WiFi-enabledRoombarobots in India includingRoomba 695,Roomba 895,Roomba 960,Roomba 966, andRoomba 980. Starting with Amazon Alexa integration, customers can perform voice-based commands using Amazon Echo series (Echo Dot, Echo and Echo Plus). Amazon Alexa has released a skill that will allow users to start, stop and dock their Roomba robot vacuum(s).

Apart from this, the company has also introduced a new functionality in the home robots in collaboration withIFTTT (If This Then That), a web-based service that creates simple conditional statements.

The IFTTT functionality enables Roomba devises to start, pause, or stop cleaning action based on conditional statements set up by the user such as ‘When I answer a call, pause Roomba’, ‘start cleaning before an event on the calendar’, or ‘play music on the Android device after cleaning home’.

Commenting on the launch, Pulak Satish Kumar, COO Puresight Systems Pvt Ltd said, “The integrations with Amazon Alexa and IFTTT are aimed at simplifying the user experience for our burgeoning ultramodern clientele in India. The feature rollout was initiated to maximize the efficiency of connected Roomba devices and to make them more intuitive and convenient for the end-consumer to use. We are confident that these two features will stand out in the Indian market and help in further popularizing Roomba devices amongst urban consumers.”

For the latest tech news and reviews, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

RELATED STORIES

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Crypto News