This Year Is All About Building A Smart Home Ecosystem, And That Includes Making Your Kitchen More Connected.
Smart tech is now in the kitchen as well. This year is all about developing an ecosystem of appliances, enhancing the culinary experience.
Gourmia, encapsulated the power of voice control, showing how Google Assistant could take the pain out of figuring out the controls of pressure cookers and coffee machines.
Now, Gourmia is working on more kitchen appliance, all of which can be controlled via an app. It supports both Alexa and Google Assistant.
Brava focuses more on the food than on smart controls. The Brava oven is supposed to be the fastest in the world, cooking food almost at twice the speed.
CookingPal launched its Julia Smart Kitchen Machine which is basically an AI-based video-guided cooking instructor that can be controlled via an app or with Google Assistant or Alexa. It can steam, knead, emulsify, chop, mix, weigh and cook, all in just one machine. There are over 500 preloaded recipes and it can be managed with a Smart Kitchen Hub tablet.
LG is working on providing integration between the kitchen appliances to have a truly smart kitchen. Drop, a KitchenOS platform, places an emphasis on providing the best culinary experience possible. It is made as seamless as possible, automating as much as possible. Drop also makes sure that the dishwasher and the refrigerator are in the same ecosystem.
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