AI-powered educational robot Miko 3 launched in India

Miko 3 is equipped with a wide-angle HD camera, time of flight range sensor, and odometric sensors.

Miko, an advanced consumer robotics company, has launched Miko 3, a learning robot designed to assist children aged 5 to 10 years in learning. The company has been producing learning robots since 2015 that offer age-appropriate content on science, technology, engineering and mathematics to improve the child’s learning experience.

“After the success of Miko 2, we are excited to introduce families across India to Miko 3, our most advanced and emotionally intelligent robot. Through our deep learning AI-powered robot, we are catering to the need for a healthy gateway to technology while making childhood fun and playful. Our partnership with the world’s leading content apps brings the most educational and engaging experiences to young minds. Miko 3 is available in 140+ countries, with answers to 240+ million queries till date,”said Sneh R Vaswani, co-founder & CEO, Miko.


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Miko 3 is equipped with a wide-angle HD camera, time of flight range sensor, and odometric sensors that help the robot to map distance seamlessly and to avoid edges and obstacles. The expansive touchscreen provides a healthy alternative to playtime on smartphones and tablets. The Mikonnect video calling feature keeps kids and parents connected safely and seamlessly, the company said.
Miko 3 is available in two colours and is available across India on Amazon and

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