Panasonic India pushes its AI-enabled refrigerators

  •  September 14,2020 By IndianTelevision Team

NEW DELHI: Reinforcing its commitment to provide unrivalled lifestyle solutions to its consumers, Panasonic India, a diverse technology company, has launched its latest digital campaign, ‘IntelligentHAI’, for its all-new range of AI (Artificial Intelligence) enabled refrigerators. The campaign showcases a day in the life of a typical Indian household while spotlighting the technologically advanced and intuitive Panasonic refrigerators that adapt to the varied needs of a family. Since its launch, the campaign has already garnered millions of views across platforms.

At the crux of the campaign is a series of five short digital films. Conceptualised and executed by Milestone Dentsu, the integrated full-service communications agency from Dentsu Aegis Network (DAN) India, the films establish Panasonic AI refrigerators as an intelligent machine that not only saves power but also understands and adapts itself to keep up with the fast-paced lifestyle of all members of a family. Each film highlights the cutting-edge feature of the new range equipped with Artificial Intelligence, powered by Econavi Sensors – Intelligent Door Sensors, Intelligent Light Sensors, Intelligent Temperature Sensors, AG Clean Technology and Jumbo Storage. These features are unique and patented by Panasonic India.

Speaking about the campaign, Panasonic India head brand and marketing communication Shirish Agarwal said, “Artificial Intelligence has changed the way consumers are interacting with their products. Our ongoing campaign covers all digital touchpoints, showcasing Panasonic bringing in innovative technologies to solve real life challenges and introducing efficiency and comfort to the day-to-day lives of our consumers. Our campaign highlights how our new refrigerator line is #IntelligentHAI, as it understands and adapts itself to the needs of each family member distinctively.”

“The concept of Artificial Intelligence in refrigerators is still at a very nascent stage in India, and people are not well versed with it. Hence, we thought of breaking down the complexity of it into the simplest of terms to make it more relatable and aspirational for our new-age customers. We picked up one of the most commonly used words in Hindi – HAI – and gave it a twist to incorporate the essence of AI into it,” added Milestone Dentsu country head Ujjwal Anand.