Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Panasonic Stretches Artificial Intelligence Market With Android-Enabled Arbo Software

Panasonic has developed “Arbo,” a software for Android phones that brings to life simple smartphone operation utilizing AI and a new user interface. This software will be available on the “ELUGA RAY MAX” series smartphones that will hit the market tomorrow, April 5, 2017, and will also become available on the “ELUGA PULSE X” designed for the Middle East and African markets.

Panasonic India developed the new software, “Arbo,” with easy (single-hand), quick (up to 3 actions) operation as the concept.



More specifically, using AI, the software will analyze user’s behavior based on time and location. Then, according to the time or location, it will automatically display and make suggestions on screen such as: frequently contacted phone numbers and SNS users; applications; Wi-Fi, volume and other settings as well as connection with IoT devices (Bluetooth(R) devices, etc.

In addition, it features a user interface that displays icons in a circular, radial fashion, enabling single-handed, intuitive operation (patent pending design).

Panasonic says it will continue to update this software, to expand the scope of automatic displays and suggestions, to further evolve the user interface, and to enhance usability.


Image source: PCQuest 

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