Petpuls is the name of this new techno box from South Korea whose collar of the same name would be able to interpret your dog’s emotions using voice recognition technology.
This technology, which is based on artificial intelligence algorithms, includes a database of more than 10,000 bark samples from 50 dog breeds based on four different sizes. This could at a rate of 80% detect and determine five different emotional states of your favorite animal; relaxed, anxious, angry, sad, or happy, according to the petpuls.net website.
“Thanks to our patent-pending artificial intelligence-based speech recognition technology, the system Petpuls uses smart collar and smart phone app ios and Android to analyze your dog’s emotional state as well as his physical well-being – allowing you to better understand your dog throughout his life. ”
Continuous updates and WiFi network
As the database and algorithms are regularly updated, the program would gain in precision.
Recharged preferably at night, the manufacturer anticipates an autonomy of the device between 8 and 10 hours, which connects by WiFi. Outside of the wireless network, data from the collar is transmitted to the smartphone and syncs when reconnected to the network.
In its marketing strategy, the company also seeks to build a community of animal lovers (very many) and professionals to “all work together to serve our dogs with love and care”.
Petpuls also won two prizes, those of the International Business Awards (Silver 2020 Stewie Winner) and CES 2021 (Innovation Awards 2021 Honoree).
One thing is certain, orders are pouring into their site so that sales are made on a first come, first served basis, despite stocks that will not be replenished until the end of March.
Price: The 16.3 inch model asks for US $ 99 or US $ 108 for the 30.5 inch collar.
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