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simple & personal Whole home voice control

Where Integration meets innovation.

human-first voice control.

Meet Josh, the future of voice controlled home automation.

Like Siri or Google Now, the Josh programming language is built to support natural language voice commands. This includes greetings, questions, instructions, and more. Further, Josh is built to control and connect any “smart” device, from any device. For example, with Josh you can turn on your speakers from your watch, change the temperature from your phone, shut off the lights from your desktop, etc. Initially, Josh will be focused on the smart home, but over time we envision a more general-purpose AI. Josh will go where you go, making your life easier and more productive.


New Dog, New Tricks.


Rest assured that the conversations within your home remain
private. Micro only listens for its name, “OK Josh,” and once
woken up it displays a rainbow animation to communicate
that you’re being heard. Josh is the only home control system
that offers tools to manage how much of your data is used to
ensure your privacy is secure. You won’t be sold anything or
have your data marketed to third parties, our only concern is
creating your best smart home experience. All with your privacy and security in mind.


Natural voice commands

Josh is the only control system with a voice assistant purposebuilt
for home control. Simply have a conversation with your
home -- there’s no need to memorize commands. Josh lets you
speak more naturally, using exclusive AI advanced
functionality, such as compound commands. Josh evolves
based on your interactions, providing the most intuitive
experience possible.


Room awareness

Josh knows where you are when you give a voice command. If
there’s a Micro in a room, commands like “turn on the lights”
or “open the shades” will be localized to that room. It’s hard to
remember the names of all your rooms and it’s annoying to say
“turn the kitchen lights on” when you’re already in the kitchen.
This simple feature makes a world of difference in creating a
natural experience.


Smart - but always learning

Josh is built for the future. Thanks to regular over-the-air
software updates, Josh keeps getting smarter to offer cutting
edge functionality. Whether it’s recommendations around
your living patterns or alerts due to security vulnerabilities,
Josh is advancing every aspect of the smart home.


custom from command to control

Your Josh system is completely custom programmed and tailored to your unique needs.

You can edit Josh’s personality with a variety of voices, accents, and
even responses to your commands. No matter which family
member is talking to Josh, it understands any number of
nicknames for devices, rooms, and scenes.


the app - control your home from anywhere

Designed specifically for luxury homes, the Josh app brings
together all of your connected devices onto one intuitive
interface that’s operable via touch, text, voice, or “smart
recommendations.” Josh can also proactively suggest actions
for you, by learning and understanding your living patterns.
The Josh app is simple and dynamic, providing accessibility
while you’re away from home to check the status of your
devices and view camera streams.


Go One on One With Josh

Watch's CEO Alex Capecelatro showcase the intelligence and simplicity of Josh in Malta Ridge.


Ready to get started with josh?

There’s a convergence of opportunities making this the right time for this type of product. For one, Internet of Things (IOT) is becoming widely recognized and adopted, expected to surpass a trillion dollar industry this decade. With the Apple Store stocking products like Nest Thermostats and August Smart Locks, these products are now becoming known and accepted by the consumer market. Voice recognition technology is getting more attention than ever before, with Siri built into every iPhone and Google Now powering Android devices. The proliferation of always-on mobile phones has created a culture both comfortable with and anxious for more automation. All this said, the average home is still not connected, the big players in the space are 10+ years old and lacking innovation, and most systems are built around a proprietary system making it difficult to connect products from various vendors. In other words, the technology is ripe, customers are anxious, and the incumbents aren’t meeting these demands. Sort of like the early days of personal computing, the pieces are all in place and the market is ready for someone to integrate the concepts into a beautiful product.


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