Shenzhen-based electronics and home appliance maker Skyworth has unveiled its new line of smart household appliances at the on-going IFA trade show in Berlin. The new line aims to show the company’s commitment in leading the industry into the new AIoT (artificial intelligence of things) era.
"The development of AIoT will continue full throttle, thanks to the advent of 5G," said Tony Wang, chairman and president, Skyworth TV. "AIoT will undoubtedly become the next battlefield for companies who wish to take lead in the industry. Skyworth will continue to evolve and reinvent the standard of smart living."
With voice control and AI becoming more prevalent, household appliances have also started combining and connecting the functions and features of several devices via AIoT, which allow consumers to link everything at their fingertips.
Skyworth’s latest home appliances displayed at this year's IFA comprise of 21 products across the refrigeration and washing machine categories, creating an all-round smart living world empowered by the company’s Swaiot open big-screen AIoT ecosystem.
Skyworth fully leverages its proprietary Swaiot system to build to a wide spectrum of smart home appliances. The system connects not only the company’s products with each other but also with any third-party smart devices. With its Swaiot system in place, Skyworth said consumers can conveniently connect and control their smart home ecosystem – such as the smart kitchen and bathroom system, smart refrigerator and laundry system and smart lighting system – creating a holistic and vibrant smart living world.
Earlier this year, the company announced its new roadmap in pushing forward its AIoT capabilities into the global arena.
By sharing its resources in technologies, manufacturing plants, supply chains and contents, the Skyworth is establishing many win-win collaborations with high-end brands in the industry to promote corporate values and cultures.
With this branding exercise, Skyworth is positioning itself to become a pioneer of the industry in the transformation of big-screen AIoT at a global level.