Nestle Japan announces intelligent Coffee maker using Internet of Things technology

IOT_coffeemaker_nestleNestle Japan today announced that it will launch a coffee machine using Internet of Things technology. The coffee maker will be available online in Japan from October 2016.Using a smart phone application, users can make coffee by remote control. Users can have of their preference of coffee and also time it through their smartphone.

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This will help the Japanese ageing people living alone. Nestle is also working on coffee machine models, that will make coffee by just talking to it. The machine will have a tablet terminal programmed with artificial intelligence. Elderly people living alone can be monitored by family members staying in different places when they make coffee with the system.

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