The world’s first robotic kitchen was showcased at CES 2021 (Consumer Electronics Show), one of the world’s premier consumer technology shows. Created by British technology company, Moley Robotics, the system features a dexterous robot integrated into a luxury kitchen, that prepares freshly cooked meals at the touch of a button. The Moley kitchen is the product of six years of research and development by an international team of 100 engineers, product and luxury interior designers and three award-winning chefs. At the heart of the new technology are two robotic arms featuring fully-articulated “hands” developed in collaboration with world-leading German robotic company SCHUNK, Moley’s exclusive hand partner. The product of 11 exhaustive development cycles, they reliably reproduce the movements of human hands. This means the robot kitchen can retrieve ingredients from the smart fridge, adjust hob temperature, use the sink to fill pans, and pour, mix and plate-up just as a human cook would. The robot even cleans up after itself – without complaint!
New line appeals to aspirational consumers looking for additional dishwasher features
Miele, will add to its renowned assortment of dishwashers with an entry-luxury series appealing to aspirational consumers wanting the very best from their dishwashing experience. Miele’s new, high-performance entry-level luxury line of dishwashers, the G 5000 series, offers exclusive features previously reserved for higher-tier models. With the QuickIntenseWash cycle, the G 5000 achieves perfect cleaning results in only 58 minutes. The AutoOpen function (depending on the model) opens the door slightly at the end of the program to ensure excellent drying, including on plastics and glassware.