Meet Our Robot Co-workers
There are many different types of robots out there. With so many functions and use cases, it’s important to choose the right one. At Orange Gate, we are developing our robot apps and testing them on different form factors so we can help you find the perfect robots for your needs.
Juno is Orange Gate’s Talent Scout. She frequently attends speaker events and career fairs. She loves puns, math, coding, and research.
At any event she attracts a crowd. Interested candidates can instantly connect with her on LinkedIn and apply for job openings on the spot.
As many of our clients are in financial services, we felt Juno, goddess of finance (according to Roman mythology), was the perfect name for our Talent Scout.
Saffi, Greek for “wisdom,” is Orange Gate’s official Social Media Correspondent. She helps us make new connections at networking functions and gain followers online.
She attends many of Toronto’s hottest events, and she stands out in a crowd with her signature bling. Saffi is friendly, approachable, and always ready for a selfie. You can follow her adventures in the wild on Instagram.
Eliza is named after one of the first chatbots to attempt the Turing Test (Joseph Weizenbaum’s ELIZA). Our Eliza has a beautiful 23.8-inch screen that is valuable when you want to engage people with interactive apps and information about your products and services.
As our Customer Service Specialist, Eliza is ready to greet visitors, answer frequently asked questions, and alert fellow co-workers for visitors waiting for an appointment.
Leo is named in honour of Leonardo da Vinci, whose clockwork knight design is considered to be the first humanoid robot.
At 3.5 ft tall, the iPal robot can move, dance, engage customers in conversation and display content on the tablet sized screen.
As the newest addition to our team, Leo is a quick learner. He is already featuring our marketing specialist app and is ready to demo any android-friendly app for prospective customers.
Mika, our first robot co-worker, was a hit during her Digital Literacy Day debut at Fort York Library in Toronto.
She loves playing interactive games, making video calls, and has built-in Amazon Alexa<TM> functionality allowing for approachable interactions with first-time robot users.
Native American in origin (Osage and Omaha-Ponca), the name Mika translates to “clever racoon,” which is the beloved animal of our home base, Toronto.