Siemens Appliances discovers the advantages of a connected world

As every year, Siemens will present its 2019 news in a unique environment at IFA 2019 (stand 101, hall 1.1). Attendees will find the Asian-style cooking zone in Shanghai, the cold range in Cape Town, dishwasher in Paris, design in New York, coffee in Rio, and washing in Berlin, from September 6 to 11.

The main thread of this trip within the Siemens stand will be as a novelty the integration of different collaborating partners in the Home Connect app to control Siemens appliances.

In this area, the possibility of controlling appliances by voice through the most relevant smart speakers of the current market such as Amazon Echo and Google Assistant will be shown. Monitor the remaining time of the dishwasher program from smart watches like LaMetric or prepare a coffee directly from the Fitbit activity wristband in multimedia projections and daily live demonstrations.

It will also present the new version of the Home Connect app will show all the possibilities offered by Siemens connected kitchens.

The Internet of Things has strongly reached the Premium Siemens washing and drying ranges. Now the new iQ800 washer communicates with the iQ800 dryer thanks to the intelligentDry function.

Siemens appliances are distinguished by their exclusive designs and differentiators. A good example is the new American Black Inox refrigerator with integrated cameras, the EQ.9 coffee maker that incorporates a fully touch TFT display and LED lighting, or the Slim ceiling extractor. In addition, the range of ovens is expanded, which means that Siemens has more and more appliances that connect to the mobile.

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