Electronics manufacturer LG will reveal the next phase in the development of the smart kitchen at CES in Las Vegas from January 8-11, 2019.
The company has partnered with Drop, the developer behind the Drop KitchenOS platform and will showcase better integration of kitchen appliances into the connected home.
Drop adds to its existing list of smart kitchen partners, which also includes Innit and SideChef cooking guides to give consumers access to a wider range of smart cuisine recommendations.
To provide more ways to connect to smart recipes, LG is also adding its XBoom AI ThinQ WK9 Smart Display stereo display.
The stereo speaker with built-in AI features Google Assistant for a hand-free option to cooking, with the touch screen displaying smart, personalised recipes.
In addition, at CES LG is introducing a beer-making machine, LG HomeBrew to round out its smart kitchen portfolio which includes the InstaView ThinQ refrigerator and QuadWash dishwasher.
It means users can look up smart recipes on the refrigerator’s screen, send the recipe to the oven to preheat at the right temperature.
The same smart recipe will inform the QuadWash dishwasher of the optimal setting to clean dishware and utensils.
President of LG Home Appliance and Air Solution Company Song Dae-hyun commented: “Through partnerships that tap into today’s more intelligent kitchen appliances, we’re able to deliver the same kitchen experience that customers have been asking for.
“Technology is making the kitchen more and more complicated and our vision is to created an environment that is welcoming and stress-free so that families can enjoy the optimal culinary experience without having to eat out or order in.”
LG targeted the European market with its Signature built-in appliances, which are compatible with Artificial Intelligence, at IFA in Berlin.