Smart Homes are Trending at CES 2020: Haier

  • Haier is showcasing its smart-home-ecosystem at the CES 2020 in Las Vegas, America
  • Haier’s IoT ecosystem boasts around 20 million users globally
  • Use of IoT to make consumer electronics smart has been a trending topic at the ongoing CES 2020

Haier is presenting its smart-home-ecosystem at the ongoing CES 2020 (Consumer Electronics Show 2020). The company has drawn its smart-home-ecosystem using more than 40 products across it’s portfolio of brands.

“Haier has always strived to be the industry leader and push the boundaries of possibility. Our ecosystem brings together cutting-edge smart home appliances from our extensive brand portfolio, enabling more families to enjoy a good life powered by IoT technology,” said a Haier spokesperson.

Haier at CES 2020

Smart homes was a leading topic during CES 2020

Smart homes was a leading topic during the event, with a variety of global brands showcasing their latest appliances and products. The smart home trend, as per Haier, has exploded in recent years, and smart home products have been developed for almost every room in the household.

“Haier, takes the opportunity to showcase a new smart home reality for consumers around the world. Rather than purely developing products, Haier’s ecosystem allows users to tailor their personal smart home experience freely,”read Haier’s official statement.

Haier’s vision of connecting all devices using IoT

At the Haier booth, a hologram video guided visitors towards vision of the future, where IoT connects all devices in the home. Meanwhile, Haier’s smarter life space highlighted the extensive functionality and design possibilities of the Haier ecosystem. Using the system, Haier demonstrated how each room could be customised to a consumer’s requirements and budget, from a smart-closet to smart-living-room or kitchen.

“For example, a home for the elderly and disabled can be fitted with an easy-to-use smart-kitchen that monitors and automatically turns off the water and gas, and a smart-closet that automatically stores wheelchairs,” read Haier’s official statement.

Haier’s IoT ecosystem boasts around 20 million users globally, of which 13.3 million are in Asia, 4.16 million are in the Americas, 1.4 million are in Europe and one million are in Australia. Haier smart home is part of the sixth era of Haier Group’s brand ecosystem strategy announced during its 35th anniversary-group-annual-meeting.