Powered by a newly-developed AI architecture capable of learning and meaningful expressions (artificial emotions) through body language and sound, Maah beautifully utilizes concepts relating to human empathy.

Unlike robots that offer poor attempts at conversation, Maah plays with your senses and bonds with you through more natural, non-verbal communication.





Unlike other assistive technology, Maah presents an open and non-threatening approach. Its non-invasive sound sensors offer a unique privacy-focused approach to assistive technology. Unlike other devices that rely on cameras, Maah ensures that users' privacy is respected while still providing customized health monitoring. Its potential to integrate with other IoT systems further enhances its capabilities, making it an innovative and effective addition to any home.

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Our proprietary technology, developed over the last 10 years, allows non-linear behaviour to emerge, creating a sense of a real living entity. A breakthrough in lightweight cognitive AI systems, enables a more natural and evolving relationship, allowing each MAAH to develop uniquely alongside their owner.

Digital Twin

MAAH gathers information from its real-world environment and, if wished for by the user, translates it to its Digital Twin: a mirror image of your MAAH that exists purely in a virtual space. This doppelganger allows the primary and other selected users to access such information. From checking in on your loved ones to providing updates to medical practitioners and carers.



At the start, the digital twin exists in a homely surreal digital environment, accompanied by a dashboard in which real-world data obtained from MAAH's sensors is visualised in real-time for their users to interact with. In Konpanion+ this data can be shared with the user's medical practitioner for a more tailored health tracking and diagnosis approach.