【智能存储容器将通过连接到互联网的标签告诉您物品即将变坏的时间】

【智能存储容器将通过连接到互联网的标签告诉您物品即将变坏的时间】 总部位于芝加哥的初创公司Ovie Smarterware声称“让您轻松跟踪冰箱中的物品并减少食物浪费”。 SmartTags可以通过应用程序告诉您冰箱中已标记的项目,以及当某些事情即将发生时发送通知。它们会发出绿色,黄色或红色等不同的颜色,您就可以快速浏览冰箱并确定需要优先吃什么。

The solution to reducing food waste: Smart storage containers will tell you when items are about to go bad via tags that connect to the internet

  • Chicago-based startup has created a line of food-storage products that track when items are about to go off
  • Tupperware boxes have light-up 'smart tags' that alert owners when the contents aren't safe to eat anymore
  • The coloured discs indicate when food has gone bad by showing a red light, or green when the item is fresh 
  • The Ovie Smarterware system estimates how long item will last, based on an online database of food spoilage 

Smart tupperware containers that connect to the internet can alert users when the contents of their fridge are about to go out of date.

The containers have light-up colour-coded electronic discs called 'smart tags' that glow different colours to signal the freshness of the food inside.

Ovie Smarterware, a Chicago-based start-up, claim to 'make it easy for you to keep track of what's in your fridge and waste less food'.

SmartTags can tell you about the tagged items in your fridge via the app, as well as send notifications when something is about to go bad.

They light up either green, yellow or red so you can quickly glance around your fridge and determine what needs to be eaten as a priority.

Ovie are already taking pre-orders for the Smarterware kits and are expected to begin shipping to the US and Canada in March 2019.

It is not known if or when the company will take orders from the UK.

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Smart tupperware containers that connect to the internet can alert users when the contents of their fridge are about to go out of date. The containers have light-up colour-coded electronic discs called 'smart tags' that glow different colours to signal the freshness of the food inside

Smart tupperware containers that connect to the internet can alert users when the contents of their fridge are about to go out of date. The containers have light-up colour-coded electronic discs called 'smart tags' that glow different colours to signal the freshness of the food inside

These small trackers attach onto the containers but can also be clipped to generic storage containers or food packaging using the Ovie Connect holsters.

Green indicates a recently tagged food, yellow a food that should be eaten as a priority, and red a food that is likely no longer safe to eat.

The system estimates how long the item will last, based on a database of typical food spoilage times, and begin its countdown to the measured expiration date.

Ovie Smarterware turning 'an ordinary fridge into a smart fridge but without the price tag!'

It also allows you to get recipes based on those items, sync up with the grocery list app, and even track your food waste reduction compared to others in your area.

The kit, which starts at $130.00 (£100), also allows the SmartTags to connect to the app or smart home systems such as Alexa or Google Home.

The Ovie app or your smart home assistant can then record what food you're saving and inform you what food is about to go off and mark it as a priority.

Ovie Smarterware, a Chicago-based start-up, claim to 'make it easy for you to keep track of what's in your fridge and waste less food'.  SmartTags can tell you about the tagged items in your fridge via the app on your smartphone, as well as send notifications when something is about to go bad

Ovie Smarterware, a Chicago-based start-up, claim to 'make it easy for you to keep track of what's in your fridge and waste less food'.  SmartTags can tell you about the tagged items in your fridge via the app on your smartphone, as well as send notifications when something is about to go bad

Green indicates a recently tagged food, yellow a food that should be eaten as a priority, and red a food that is likely no longer safe to eat. The system estimates how long the item will last, based on a database of typical food spoilage times, and begin its countdown to the measured expiration date.

Green indicates a recently tagged food, yellow a food that should be eaten as a priority, and red a food that is likely no longer safe to eat. The system estimates how long the item will last, based on a database of typical food spoilage times, and begin its countdown to the measured expiration date.

'People don't want to waste food it just happens,' said Ovie CEO and co-founder Ty Thompson.

'We're busy, we invest time and resources to make a great meal, and then we end up throwing away a large amount of food simply because we forget about it.'

'We wanted to help solve this problem by creating a product that would be simple to use and bring a more mindful approach to food storage,' Mr Thompson said.

The company say it offers the 'simple promise to 'make it easy for you to keep track of what's in your fridge and waste less food'.

SmartTags can tell you about the tagged items in your fridge via the app, as well as send notifications when something is about to go bad. It also allows you to get recipes based on those items and even track your food waste reduction compared to others in your area

SmartTags can tell you about the tagged items in your fridge via the app, as well as send notifications when something is about to go bad. It also allows you to get recipes based on those items and even track your food waste reduction compared to others in your area

The light-up  trackers attach onto the containers but can also be clipped to generic storage containers or food packaging using the Ovie Connect holsters. The company say it offers the 'simple promise to 'make it easy for you to keep track of what's in your fridge and waste less food'

The light-up trackers attach onto the containers but can also be clipped to generic storage containers or food packaging using the Ovie Connect holsters. The company say it offers the 'simple promise to 'make it easy for you to keep track of what's in your fridge and waste less food'

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