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World’s first digitally connected elevators launched in India

World’s first, ground-breaking class of digitally connected elevators, which is expected to redefine the elevator experience of the users. KONE DX Class Elevators, launched by KONE Elevator India, a leading elevator and escalator manufacturer and a wholly owned subsidiary of Finland-based KONE Corporation, is bound to transform how people experience elevators.

With digital connectivity as standard, elevators will now evolve with use, throughout the life of a building. This is a clear differentiator in the Industry and a break-through technology for KONE customers, such as developers and building owners to adapt and upgrade the elevator experience according to needs now, and in the future.

KONE DX Class elevator provides built-in connectivity as standard. With connected elevators, customers can create a completely new kind of user experience by adding smart building solutions and services that make life even easier and more convenient for users. DX class elevator offers future-ready inbuild digital solutions to take care various digital solutions and services needs of elevator throughout the entire life cycle and enhances the value of building. KONE SoundLight™ Music can change how we experience our surroundings. With DX, music will be a part of the elevator ride to set just the right mood. Not only a necessity inside an elevator, lighting is also a versatile design element that complements the user experience. Pre-set themes with curated music and animated lights will completely change the ambience of the elevator to suit the need of the day. Open application programming interfaces (APIs) to create the best possible experience for the different types of people moving in and between buildings, such as touchless Elevator Call API, Service Robot API, Equipment Status API, Service Info API and many more.

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