Aire Self-Flying Robotic Assistant Supports Alexa and IFTTT

Aire self-flying robotic assistant provides a more flexible way to guard your house, and it supports Amazon Alexa and IFTTT. Sounds great? Let’s keep checking.

Aire Self-Flying Robotic Assistant Works with Amazon Alexa and IFFFT

The Aire is an innovative and advanced flying camera drone designed to guard your house. As we can see from the images, the flying robotic assistant shows off a compact cylindrical form factor, so you can easily deploy it anywhere in your house. Meanwhile, all blades and moving parts are enclosed in a soft yet durable shell in order to prevent it from hurting children, pets and furniture. Built-in 360-degree obstacle avoidance ensures it avoids physical contact.

The robotic assistant acts as a flexible home security camera. When docked, it’s in watchdog mode. Its 360-degree flight sensors and microphones are used to detect motion and sound in every direction. When detecting anything out-of-the-ordinary, your Aire will send notifications to your smartphone. Then you can launch the flying security camera to investigate further. Using its custom app you can effortlessly control the drone.

Aire Self-Flying Robotic Assistant Works with Amazon Alexa and IFFFT

Moreover, the robotic assistant allows you to make video chat with your family wherever you’re. Aire also supports Amazon Alexa, so you can use voice to control the flying drone such as asking it for selfies or group photos. In addition, the flying robotic assistant also works with IFTTT, so you can create more interactions with the drone and other home smart devices. For instance, when Aire senses the room is dark, then turn on Philips Hue lights, or when detecting strange motion, then start recording video, and etc.

The team behind of Aire has successfully achieved the fund goal for the product via Kickstarter, but we can still preorder the self-flying drone by pledging $749 USD. It will be expected to be shipped in December next year.

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