CONSUMER APPLIANCES
INDUSTRY

Smart home devices of all sorts are evolving to incorporate the latest technologies, consumer feedback, and findings from purchasing habits. Business Insider Intelligence forecasts that total smart home devices will exceed 1 billion in the US by 2023, smart appliances making up about 100 millions of that.

DIGITAL OLFACTION
CAN BE USED FOR

Cooking
Automation

  • Detects changes in odor over cook time—from raw to cooked
  • Signals oven shut offbefore food is burnt
  • Enables consumer personalization for preferred level of doneness

Food Storage
Monitoring

  • Detect level of ripeness or freshness for foods within refrigerator
  • Trigger alerts to mobile platform to use produce or meat before spoilage happens
  • Integrate food odor data with other existing consumer apps for recipes and shopping lists

USE CASES

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Making the Case for Smart Home Appliances

Making the Case for Smart Home Appliances

From smart alarm clocks that trigger your coffee pot to start, to refrigerators that notify you when it’s time to buy more milk, to thermostats you control with your phone – the fact is, there are countless use cases for the connected home that promise more convenience and an easier way of life…

A NEED IN
CONSUMER APPLIANCES

If you would like more information about our digital olfaction technology and how it can help your organization, please contact us.