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The roti revolution

The roti revolution


What do you think is the most tedious task in an Indian kitchen? Yes, making Rotis. It is a long and messy process. Every Indian family loves to eat fresh rotis. But there are lot of families, especially settled abroad, who have to sacrifice their cravings just for the sheer work and time it involves in making rotis.

Admit how many times you have wished for a cook, just like so many people have in India, who can come and prepare fresh round rotis for you and clean the mess after that.

An Indian couple in Singapore went through the same struggle. They put their education and training into effect and came up with an amazing solution to make rotis and the result was Rotimatic. With almost 25 per cent of the world’s population eating flatbreads, Pranoti Nagarkar and Rishi Israni invented the Rotimatic to simplify the flatbread cooking process using artificial intelligence and IoT.

Rotimatic is like a robot making roti in a fraction of the time it takes you! Fresh off its success in Singapore and the United States, the Rotimatic, a fully-automated flatbread making robot, is now launching in Canada. Canadians can now to order their own fully-automated flatbread making robot, online.

Invented by Pranoti Nagarkar and Rishi Israni, the Rotimatic, which falls under the Zimplistic Inventions Pte. Ltd., is designed to ease the taxing Roti making process for time-crunched families.

A multifunctional appliance, the Rotimatic can make variants of traditional roti including masala roti, puri roti and spinach onion roti. A healthy alternative to store bought roti, the Rotimatic combines spices with three fresh ingredients: flour, water and oil, at the touch of a button.

The Rotimatic automatically measures, dispenses, mixes the ingredients and kneads one dough ball at a time. Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, it learns and adjusts the proportion of flour and water as it goes to ensure a perfect dough ball every time. Once a dough ball is made, it presses the dough into a flat roti and then roasts each roti. Your intervention isn’t required until the roti is released from the front of the machine. The biggest difference between the Rotimatic and other appliances on the market are the AI and IoT capabilities.

The Rotimatic can receive troubleshooting and diagnosis remotely if there are any issues. There is a tracker on the website of how many rotis have been made, this is possible due to the network capabilities of the machine. As of this moment, 7,216,879 rotis have been made by Rotimatic where ever it has been used around the world.  Soon, other flatbreads such as tortillas, pizza crusts, gluten free flatbreads and more will be available on the same device through an automated software update, making Rotimatic one of the most futuristic inventions in the kitchen appliances category. “Eating healthy and staying fit have always been a priority for me, but following a healthy diet can be challenging and time consuming,” says Pranoti, co-founder and CTO, Zimplistic Inventions Pte. Ltd. “I wanted to solve this problem and empower people to make their own, healthy flatbread at home, that’s when the idea of Rotimatic was born,” she adds. Rishi Israni, developed the software capabilities of Rotimatic, with the vision of making it the smartest kitchen device on the market. Its IoT capabilities allow engineers to remotely diagnose and troubleshoot issues.

The Rotimatic Companion App, which is currently used to provide customer support, will soon act as a chef’s assistant, allowing users to turn on and automatically update the device and download new recipes, all from their phone. “Our goal was to invent a product that would take away the hassle of makingflatbread,” says Israni, co-founder and CEO, Zimplistic Inventions Pte. Ltd. “The Rotimatic is the only kitchen appliance to use IoT and AI, making the entire experience easy for users,” he adds. Priced at USD $999, Rotimatic is now available in the U.S., Singapore, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand and Canada.  For more information, please visitwww.rotimatic.com<http://www.rotimatic.com> or emailelizabeth.krock@zenogroup.com<mailto:elizabeth.krock@zenogroup.com>. You can also watch its video:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5t1AhQL2bXU&feature=youtu.be

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