The kit consists of a feed supply unit, a camera, and an application that serves to set up dog training and track pet progress.
Go Dogo connects to the phone via Wi-fi and works with Android and iOS systems. The device weighs a little over one and a half kilograms and has 16 centimeters in height. The gadget must be installed above the TV and connected to it using an HDMI cable. Thanks to this, he can convey to the dog both sound and visual cues that are displayed on the screen.
When the dog does what his virtual trainer asks for, he will get a treat that will fall out of Go Dogo. The device knows when to reward the dog because it has a camera installed. However, if the pet moves a little in the heat of training, a second camera attached to the side will register its movements. The system uses artificial intelligence to correctly assess the position of the pet during the execution of instructions.
Using the application, you can control cameras, independently reward your pet and change the level of difficulty of his training. All pets start training from the first level, so that they can get used to the virtual trainer, learn how to approach the screen and focus on what they see on TVs. In the application you can set up workouts, so we do not need to be in the same room all the time.
You can split the screen so that both the assistant and the view from the cameras are visible. When the snacks end, the application notifies you of this. The amount of feed is always displayed on the TV screen. The number of sweets allows you to perform 20 exercises. When the device works during the absence of the owner, the program will let the dog know that “it’s all over for today”.