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New Product Automates Meals, Groceries and Cooking

By Ken Briodagh January 04, 2017

A brand new, eggsellent product from RnD64 has been announced at CES to bring some automation into consumers’ kitchens. In the recent announcement, the IoT-focused technology company unveiled early details of its Eggspert connected home Web, mobile and puntastical application that is designed to integrate with smart kitchen assistant Hello Egg to fully automate users’ food-related routines.

With the help of Eggspert, Hello Egg plans weekly meals according to dietary preferences and adjusts to unpredicted events, like a spontaneous, tragic at home dinner with a vegetarian. It supervises the pantry, organizes shopping lists, and even orders grocery deliveries. Hello Egg provides step-by-step voice-navigated video recipes and answers any cooking-related questions with the help of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and a 24/7 support team of cooking experts.

“The initial tests of Hello Egg went significantly well and the feedback we received after the product announcement has confirmed the need for a dedicated smart cooking assistant,” said Dmytro Shemet, CEO, RnD64. “With Eggspert, we apply AI not only to facilitate the user's kitchen experience but also to analyze their nutritional needs and optimize their cooking process on every level.”

Earlier this year, RnD64 introduced Hello Egg as a voice-operated smart assistant with a display and personality designed specifically for the kitchen. The gadget’s top features include step-by-step voice-navigated recipe video tutorials, real-time prompts from the support team, music streaming, audio news feeds, weather forecasts, multiple voice-activated timers and reminders. Hello Egg starts shipping in the first quarter of 2017 and is available for pre-order at http://helloegg.net.

Seems like the chicken is going to come as the first course, thanks to the Eggspert. Hello. 




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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