Cross-platform technology pushes kitchen to be smarter: REDMOND

Cross-platform technology pushes kitchen to be smarter: REDMOND
Smart home connected appliance brand REDMOND has created a special product line for a smarter way of cooking and an intelligent kitchen at home. From water kettle to multi-function cooker, REDMOND works on making the smart home more convenient and modern. Following the mega-trend of smart home, Catherine Canestrier, Lead Manager of REDMOND International Marketing, positively said that the company is expecting to ship 3,000,000 units of smart devices in 2018, and product innovations will also follow on.

"We offer a one-of-a-kind embodiment of the smart home concept, the objective of which is to create an intelligent space where the appliances switch on automatically and user participation in most domestic chores is minimal. All you need is a smartphone,” explained Canestrier.

With the 2017 REDMOND best-seller products SkyCooker M800S-E and SkyKettle M170S-E, users can select the desired time for the water to be heated and set the ideal temperature to brew their favorite tea with just one click on smartphone screen, or comfortably enjoy the never-burned food by the 3D-heating function of the multicooker.

Among the latest innovative technologies, REDMOND newly introduced the remotely controlled SkyCooker CBD100S with Double Chef technology patented by the brand. This multicooker features two bowls with separate heating elements. This device allows cooking two completely different dishes at once by using any automatic built-in programs.

Also the MasterFry technology patented by REDMOND facilitated creation of its advanced innovative appliance – Multikitchen. The Multikitchen RMK-M911E features a unique construction of the heating element in the floor, which can be elevated. It turns the appliance into a programmable electric oven of a new generation, and is able to completely replace a standard set of a cooktop, an oven and a multicooker.

Stylish lighting kettle SkyKettle G200S is another innovation of REDMOND. Controlled from smartphone at any distance, it has a lighting system of different neon colors which allows the kettle to even serve as an original lighting fixture. In the “Disco Tea” mode the backlight changes to the beat of playing music and the sound of users’ voice. In addition, the application used for controlling the smart kettle includes children’s educational games like memory training and color learning to amuse children while cooking.

Mentioning the future image of a smart kitchen, Canestrier said that making homes smart is a growing powerful trend in modern life. “The idea of making coffee before you get out of bed in the morning and controlling the multicooker with your smartphone through Bluetooth to develop easy family friendly recipes is a lifesaver. Our products aim to make life easier for home cooks around the world. REDMOND builds the world’s first Smart Kitchen. In the future, you won’t be the only one deciding what you’ll have for dinner: your fridge and oven will all have a say,” she indicated.

As the smart home trend bring up product sales, REDMOND has sold 300,000 connected appliances in 2016, and is expecting to sell 3,000,000 units of smart devices in 2018.

Canestrier further pointed out that smart home technologies have become a priority of the International Houseware Shows like IFA in Berlin or IHHS in Chicago. Every year, the participating companies present various solutions for optimization and simplification of housekeeping which included both smart technologies and the latest design developments.

“When we look at smart home market in the next 3 years, technologies will become a cross-platform to provide complex decision making solutions while increasing device capabilities,“ said Canestrier, “REDMOND will keep providing consumer a lifestyle solution as the most important component on the path, that combines the established technology and the best designer’s achievements.”


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