FireBoard’s New Tool Answers the Question: “When will dinner be ready?”
Today FireBoard is releasing a major new feature called FireBoard Analyze™ on their app that gives users a new way to examine and track their cooks.
FireBoard Analyze™ currently includes two main functions, Predictive Analysis and Session Comparison. Predictive Analysis, will project and estimate/predict when a cook should be complete. This will be useful in various aspects of meal preparation, including an answer to the eternal questions “when is it going to be ready?”
The second tool, called Session Comparison, gives users the ability to compare a past cook with an active one. Both are currently available, via the new Analysis tab found at the bottom of the FireBoard app’s Dashboard.
Predictive Analysis offers Linear and S-Curve graphing
Predictive Analysis is based on a target temperature that you set. Calculations are made continuously throughout your cook constantly giving you a fresh estimate of when you reach your desired temperature.
The tool also gives you the option to toggle between the predictive S-curve and a Linear graph view. The Linear, is simply a straight line between your current temp, and the temp you want to end at. This would be useful to see where your cook would go if you lived in a perfect world. The S-Curve is an ever-changing representation of when your meat will reach that temperature.
An additional real time cooking tool that FireBoard is rolling out today is called Session Comparison. This handy tool lets users overlay a previous cook with an active one, in real time. This allows users to compare and contrast a successful cook from the past with a present session.
This new addition to the app is available to FireBoard users free of charge, as part of their next App update, and will be visible as a new tab labeled “Analyze” on the app’s dashboard. Download the app today for both Android and iOS.