You have a busy schedule, jam packed with meetings. Working out the best way to get to your meetings is a drain on your time and focus. It is challenging to evaluate all the transport options that are available. It is easy to misjudge your schedule resulting in lateness or missed appointments.
Save yourself time and remove the hassle of travel schedule management by inviting Emma to your digital calendar.
You always maintain control of your travel schedule. You have the power to change/remove travel in your calendar.
Emma saves you time by presenting the key travel information you need to make your day as efficient as possible.
Simply connect Emma with your Google Calendar account and let the work happen. No additional apps are needed.
Emma works in the background as an “invisible” assistant that is there to support you when needed, automatically adding travel time and key travel instructions to your calendar.
We built Emma from the ground up as the perfect virtual assistant and travel companion. This involved building much of Emma’s software from scratch, including highly specialised machine learning and artificial intelligence algorithms. In our work on Emma, we’re delighted to have the support of Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency.
We built Emma calling on our expertise with artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.
Emma is currently in Beta testing, where members of the public are able to try Emma out and let us know what they think. This follows extensive internal and external testing.
Emma analyses textual information from calendar events to make informed decisions about your calendar and learn over time.
We thought very carefully about how to make the user experience with Emma as seamless as possible. Emma works with your Google calendar and requires no other apps whatsoever.
You can sign up for the Emma Beta, which is live now, below. We’ll let Beta users know when a finished Emma goes live.
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