삼성전자, ‘2022 국제 IoT·가전·로봇 박람회’ 참가
홈 케어 등 소비자가 집안에서 가장 필요한 6대 서비스를 스마트싱스 앱을 통해 한 곳에서 제어·관리하는 통합 가전 솔루션
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Samsung Electronics to participate in ‘2022 International IoT/Home Appliances/Robot Expo’
An integrated home appliance solution that controls and manages six services that consumers most need at home, such as home care, in one place through the SmartThings app.
[Reporter Park Yeon-pa] = Samsung Electronics participated in the '2022 International IoT, Home Appliances and Robots Expo' held at the Kimdaejung Convention Center in Gwangju from the 21st to the 23rd to introduce 'SmartThings Home Life'. It is said that it will introduce a variety of solutions that make everyday life more convenient and enriching.
The International IoT, Home Appliances, and Robots Expo, which marks its 14th anniversary this year, has grown into an exhibition with over 300 companies from 30 countries and 25,000 visitors.
Samsung Electronics’ SmartThings Home Life is an integrated home appliance that controls and manages six services that consumers most need at home, such as △Energy △Air Care △Pet Care △Cooking △Clothing Care △Home Care, in one place through the SmartThings app. It's a solution.
Samsung Electronics has organized an exhibition zone so that various products such as bespoke home appliances can be linked with SmartThings Home Life to provide a customized experience of six services.
In particular, the ‘SmartThings Energy’ zone drew attention due to the high interest of visitors in energy conservation.
This service receives electricity usage data from the Korea Electric Power Corporation, checks the total electricity consumption and estimated electricity bills for households as well as connected appliances, and helps to use various products more efficiently.*
In particular, in this exhibition, the entire process from energy production, storage, and consumption can be seen at a glance in conjunction with the solar system.
If there is excess energy produced by the solar panel, the energy can be fully utilized, such as preheating the water tank, and when there is insufficient energy, the 'AI saving mode' is implemented, which automatically switches home appliances to power saving mode.
The ‘SmartThings Clothing Care’ zone introduces clothing care appliances and optimal management solutions that take into account the user’s lifestyle and clothing materials.
For example, if a user who enjoys golf sets and saves ‘My Golf Care’ in advance, the course for golf wear and golf shoes can be automatically transferred to the washing machine, dryer, and shoe dresser for use.
In the 'SmartThings Cooking' zone, you can check recipes using ingredients stored in the 'Bespoke Family Hub' refrigerator, and finish preparing food through a demonstration of optimal control of kitchen appliances such as induction, hood, and dishwasher. We offer a one-stop kitchen solution. When paired with the plating method, you can experience functions that add flavor and taste to food, such as recommending good wines.
In addition, △ 'SmartThings Air Care', which monitors the air quality of each space in the house and manages it cleanly, △ Checks the condition of a dog left alone at home, and remotely controls various devices to create a comfortable environment for companion animals. There will also be an exhibition space where you can experience the ‘SmartThings Pet Care’ service.
Park Chan-woo, vice president of Samsung Electronics’ Home Appliance Business Division, said, “Through SmartThings Home Life, we are able to increase the value of Samsung Electronics’ unique AI and IoT functions throughout the house. We will expand our role as a home appliance integrated solution,” he said.
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