On June 25th, the “Hair Smart Kitchen—Smart Technology Application Communication Meeting in Kitchen Cooking Environment” was held in Haier Industrial Park jointly organized by the HOPE Platform Creative Partner Community and the Kitchen Appliance Industry.
This technical exchange aimed to explore the direction of innovation in kitchen electric products through zero-distance interaction with professors and leading companies, and to achieve a healthier, safer and smarter kitchen electric products development goals based on the innovative needs of Haier kitchen electric products.
Several HOPE innovation community experts, as well as a number of quality resources parties in sensors, the Internet of Things and other fields attended the technical exchange meeting.
1、Disassemble the machine on-site: fully open technology requirements
In order to better understand the technical needs of Haier kitchens for external guests, Haier kitchen engineers also carried out on-site dismantling of range hoods, cooktops, and other products. During the dismantling process, the technical principles of the products and the current status quo of the industry development has attracted enthusiastic discussions with the guests.
For such a docking method, a participant expert commented: “The on-site explanation of the method of dismantling can allow us to further understand Haier’s products and clarify Haier’s technical requirements. The proposed technical solution will be more targeted and effective, which will also improve the docking efficiency.”
2、Zero-distance interaction: creating a new wisdom kitchen ecology
After clarifying the technical requirements of Haier kitchen and electric appliances, the two parties entered the open discussion session. Through the brainstorming of the group, they deeply interacted with new technologies such as sensors and the Internet of Things in kitchen electric products.
After a day of interactive exchanges, many guests said that such technology docking was different from traditional resource docking. It was no longer a simple technology transfer. Instead, it was based on a deep understanding of the supply and demand sides, as well as the needs of users to create technology.