‘Smart Mitri’: AI Enabled she-Robot makes its debut in Bengaluru

Smartworks, which is India’s largest agile workplaces player today has launched its flagship facility in Bangalore. It is spread across 3 lakh sq. ft with 6000 seats, this is one of the firm largest center located in Global Technology Park in Bellandur.

One of the key major highlights of the flagship center is the introduction of ‘Smart Mitri’ which the company claims to be the world’s first female Artificial Intelligence Robot.

Smart Mitri will going to be SmartWorks in-house productivity mascot and will play an influential role in handling the overall office management for the facility, which is ranging from the visitor system to being a counselor eventually. This is the first time in the world that a co-working firm is introducing robotic technology to the co-working management ecosystem.

This is the SMartworls second facility in the entire Bangalore, the first being in the Cessna Business Park. GTP has received a tremendous response, with more than 60% of the space having been pre-booked by leading enterprises including the deluxe with 1200 seats, Altron with 220 seats and Playgames 24×7 with 450 seats.

Commenting on the launch, Neetish Sarda, Founder Smartworks said, “Smartworks is tapping the vast potential of India’s tech capital by building its futuristic office experience in Bengaluru on an unrivaled scale.” Speaking about the distinct edge that Smartworks provides, Neetish added, “Unlike other agile workplaces, Smartworks offers its clients a cost advantage of up to 30 – 40 % achieved through technology intervention that keeps operating costs low. Our key focus remains on providing spaces that are modern, technology-rich, productive, collaborative, safe and promote wellbeing so that employees feel taken care of. Bengaluru has and will be a key market for us and we have plans to increase our presence here by ten-fold in the next few years.”

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