Digital technologies provide new and powerful ways to deliver meaningful innovation that matters to people. So how can we use these to guide and inspire people in the kitchen?
Responding to people’s needs and expectation for greater connectivity, personalization, control and convenience, we're embracing a digital philosophy at Philips, offering digital innovations that empower people to be in control of their own personal health and well-being.
FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO:
Saeco GranBaristo Avanti: http://youtu.be/g6A1TyTpDRo
Philips Airfryer recipe app: http://youtu.be/0nuP1Wt_YSs
For more information on all our introductions at IFA 2014 visit http://www.ifa.philips.com/
For more information on the Saeco GranBaristo Avanti, you can also visit http://www.saeco.com/avanti
In today’s digitally connected world, we have a huge amount of technology and information at our fingertips.
But when we can use this technology to make genuine differences in day-to-day life – that’s when the magic happens.
Let’s see how digital innovation can guide and inspire people in the kitchen.
Coffee lovers around the world are looking for ways to recreate special barista recipes at home.
By connecting to their fully automatic coffee machine via an app on their tablet, a full list of recipes and options for customizing their coffee exactly to their taste become available.
And with the touch of a button, they have a truly personal coffee.
When it comes to personalization, we all have our signature dishes in the kitchen.
But with people looking to get more variety in their meals while keeping things healthy and tasty, how can smart technology help?
Using an app with hundreds of nutritious recipes to choose from can inspire people to get the most out of their kitchen appliances, like an Airfryer.
Guided step-by-step through the recipe, it makes trying new things easier.
So, new dishes on the menu and guaranteed success with dinner guests!
We can do lots of things with digital technology.
But it’s only by putting people in control, that makes it truly matter.