PORTLAND, Ore. and CTIA in Las Vegas – May 21, 2013 – Kimera Systems (www.kimerasystems.com), producers of the world’s first human-like awareness technology for connected devices, today unveiled Nigel, the intelligence behind its context-aware service. Kimera Systems will showcase Nigel via demos, presentation and a private Android-based alpha version at CTIA in booth 3729W.
The first human-like intelligence service for mobile, Nigel’s intelligence increases dramatically with user interaction. Nigel automatically learns what’s important to users, anticipates users’ needs and delivers value just when it’s needed. Nigel’s abilities supersede the typical notion of simple location and context-awareness, building on the knowledge gained of a user’s life.
“Kimera Systems’ Nigel is an intelligent service that learns your intent and habits, and anticipates your needs,” said Mounir Shita, CEO and founder of Kimera Systems. “Nigel represents a breakthrough way for MNOs and OEMs to differentiate devices, expand and enhance direct customer relationships, and create new revenue possibilities. Nigel is not just another calendar-centric personal assistant; the Kimera Systems team has worked hard to push past the boundaries of context-awareness to bring the next generation of digital intelligence to reality today.”
Revolutionizing the revenue structure for MNOs and OEMs, Nigel offers new revenue opportunities through the dynamic value chain. Dynamic value chains occur when Nigel is used to create direct connections to users, bringing them the right personalized content and services, at just the right moment. The dynamic value chain reduces the control of OTT players, leveling the playing field to enable new ways for MNOs and OEMs to offer value directly to the consumer – their customers.
Kimera Systems will demonstrate its revolutionary intelligence technology at booth 3729W and offer select CTIA attendees the opportunity to install a working alpha app, “Smart Places,” that demonstrates the power of Nigel. Smart Places, built to augment restaurant dining experiences, presents a personalized menu upon entry to almost any restaurant in the U.S. It becomes increasingly refined and more valuable to each user as Nigel becomes acquainted with their personal tastes and diet restrictions. Alpha users who try out the Smart Places restaurant app on the streets of Las Vegas to see what Nigel can do can revisit the Kimera Systems booth to share their experiences and enter for a chance to win one of two $100 Visa gift cards.
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