Gorenje will display its ConnectLife platform at Future Living


Smart home and smart building are at the center of the strategy of Gorenje, that will take place
at the Future Living, presenting its new ConnectLife platform.
This exhibition is organizedby the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and it will be open at the Dom gospodarstva in Ljubljana through April 11. It will take the form of an exposition of solutions and products, highlighting innovative achievements and new solutions.
The Future Living exhibition presents the offer, products, services, and development achievements of Slovenian industry and science, related to smart buildings and the forest wood chain.
“In a time when our society is becoming increasingly mobile, intelligent, and connected – they say from  Gorenje – our company is also looking to develop solutions that simplify the lives of our users. At the show, we are presenting our Connect Life connectible platform that allows connections between devices, people and services, and which was already presented this January at the CES tradeshow in Las Vegas. The visitors can view a video about connected life and see the Gorenje ConnectLife connectible washing machine.”
The ConnectLife platform is compatible with both connected and non-connected appliances and devices. All products, functionalities, services, instructions for use and additional useful contents will namely be merged in one large application. New digital services afford the customer a new experience and added value.
According to Gorenje, “smart services will be a constituent part of the future home and a connected environment since the future belongs to connectivity, voice control, and seamless integration of additional products and services (IFTTT, smart lighting, doorbell, smart assistants, bots etc.). Thus, we can offer the user a simpler and care-free experience, while connectivity, allowing access to information about consumer behaviour and habits, use of application, and use of appliances, also brings advantages for the company.”