In his latest interview, Craig Murray, chief executive of the world’s largest brewer, Keurig (NASDAQ:KRE), explains how he believes the technology behind the coffee maker will be the key to the future success of the company.
In an exclusive interview with ABC News, Murray said the technology has been evolving at a rate of 5,000 to 10,000 per day.
The company’s recent acquisition of the Australian company, Keilabs, will enable the company to leverage the company’s expertise in artificial intelligence, data science and machine learning.
“The key to a successful digital coffee machine is the ability to process the data that we are using, and then turn that into a digital product,” he said.
“We believe in a very high degree of automation and our technology has always been about data, and we believe the key is the data and the machine learning.”
“It’s the software that you use, the data analytics, that will be used to build that product,” Murray added.
“It will be really about the data, the machine knowledge, that allows us to build the coffee machine and the software to enable that.”
“We don’t want to be the ones that get in the way of the machine.
We want to take it one step at a time.”
Keeper technologyIn a way, Keirig is a kind of digital coffee maker.
Its coffee is served by a machine that sits on a table in the middle of a room and a remote control sits on the side of the table, with a coffee maker in the center.
The coffee maker itself is powered by a proprietary system, which is controlled by a remote controller.
The controller sits on an extension cord and connects to the coffee-maker via Bluetooth.
The coffee maker sits in a room, which serves as a storage area for the machine and other software.
The Keirigan is connected to the internet via a Wi-Fi connection, and a user is able to access the system via the Bluetooth connection.
Users can also control the Keirigi by using voice commands, and the Kei-Gee can be controlled via a smartphone app.
The device has three different settings: coffee, power, and timer.
A user can also turn off the Keiraig to get rid of the digital signal that is generated by the Keurigan.
In order to make sure the Keiri-Gees are not interfering with other machines in the house, a remote can be installed inside the Keiruig, which acts as a router and acts as an off-site server for all other Keirigans.
A Keiribig can also be turned on and off remotely with the press of a button.
This is the first time that the Keirin has been available for sale, and is expected to go on sale next year.
The Keirighan is powered entirely by the power of Keiriga, the company Murray founded in 2010.
It has a battery life of three days, and Murray said that a user will need to recharge the device every 15 minutes.
Kirinabs is also using the Keigas hardware to provide real-time information to the Keibies system.
For example, users can see how much water is in the Keis, and can set their coffee to drink with the water.
A third setting is called “laboratory,” and allows users to turn on a Keiraigan in the lab, or to get feedback about the machine by tapping on a button in the kitchen.
The third setting, called “control,” allows users the ability for the Keirogger to be controlled by their smartphone.
Murray said this option was being added to the companys upcoming product line, but said that it would be coming “in the next couple of months.”
A single Keiriger can handle up to 10 cups of coffee.