We knew from the beginning that working on National Geographic’s Bravo Tango Brain Training Google Action was going to be different. National Geographic was more focused on helping the type of military veterans portrayed in its television program The Long Road Home than promoting the show. That focus on helping people really made Bravo Tango Brain Training stand out among the thousands of voice apps launched in 2017. We are particularly proud to announce that the work we did along with 360i was recognized by our peers with a People’s Voice Webby Award for the Best Use of Machine Learning. This award is granted to the project that industry professionals voted as best-in-category.
So, what is Bravo Tango Brain Training? It is a voice app centered on mental wellness. Bravo Tango was developed in conjunction with an Air Force combat veteran and psychologist and includes six interactive exercises that promote mindfulness and stress relief. It is designed to address specific issues such as anxiety, loneliness and sleeping problems which are all too common among returning combat veterans. We like to think of Bravo Tango as a voice app that matters.
Learning More About Building for Google Assistant
Bravo Tango was built for Google Assistant and is accessible today through Google Home smart speakers and the Google Assistant app on Android and iOS mobile devices. XAPP will be hosting a webinar on June 19 at 1 pm EDT / 10 am PDT to discuss what went into making Bravo Tango and review best practices for building on Google Assistant. To join us, please register below.
Topic: What Goes Into Building an Award Winning Google Assistant Action, Bravo Tango Case Study
Date: June 19, 2018
Time: 1:00 pm EST / 10:00 am PST for 30 minutes