More convenience when cooking thanks to Bluetooth technology.
Induction cooking is fast, energy-efficient, and saves time. The pot is hot and ready to use in no time. Nevertheless, it happens time and again: The pasta boils over. The steak burns or has been cooked too long. Smart cookware puts an end to this. It's practically a lane departure warning system for cooking. But how does this type of cookware become truly user-friendly? This is what the experts at E.G.O. work on daily, including Jonathan Berner, Team Leader in the Connectivity Division: “Induction itself is blind. It only sees THAT something is there, but not what. That’s why our smart cookware has location sensors – they operate wirelessly and via Bluetooth. This makes cooking not only efficient but also really convenient! The user no longer has to worry about telling an app which dish is cooking in which section. At the same time, this results in greater safety because the user can also be located. The cooking process is automatically interrupted in the event of a longer absence."
Today, E.G.O. hobs can be controlled wirelessly. Position determination via Bluetooth will be fully integrated into the latest generation of E.G.O. hobs, which is currently under development.