LG Electronics is at IFA 2017 this week to promote its agnostic approach to the smart home.
The company said it has committed to its "Open Partnership, Open Platform, and Open Connectivity" strategy by steadily building up its smart ecosystem with a lineup that includes not only intelligent home appliances but also robots that greet, clean and mow.
Wi-Fi has been built into all of its 2017 appliances, and LG’s own WebOS smart platform is compatible with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and its own Deep ThinQ intelligent voice platform.
SmartThinQ Hub plays a central role in LG’s smart home platform by collecting information from smart appliances as well as conventional devices connected to SmartThinQ sensors via Wi-Fi, ZigBee and Bluetooth. Information is displayed in the form of notifications on the LCD screen or announced through its embedded speaker.
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