Published on 11 February, 2014
Fermax attended the event with its two latest big hitters: Smile and Lynx
The whole security and protection-related trade turns its gaze towards Dubai at the start of each year, as this is where - in 10 rooms of the Dubai Exhibition and Convention Centre - Intersec is held, an unmissable global rendezvous. In 2014 the fair, held from 19 to 21 January, played host to over 1200 exhibitors from 54 countries.
Fermax attended the event with its two latest big hitters: Smile and Lynx. Smile is the state-of-the-art high-performance video entry system already being installed throughout the region, with excellent uptake by integrators, architects and prescribers, as well as a highly positive response from end users, thanks to its technological capacities and intuitive use.
And LYNX, the video entry system technologically based on a complete TCP/IP system, offering unlimited technical capacity (no limit on monitors, distances or channels) and unprecedented versatility. FERMAX presents it along with the VIVO monitor, an exclusive terminal featuring a capacitive screen and the best designed interface, which is fast becoming the central communication and security setup of choice for any home.
Although these new developments were the star attractions of the Spanish manufacturer’s stand, other great features were the Skyline panel, a marvel of adaptability, and the latest versions of the iLoft monitor.
To cater to the many visitors who stopped by the booth during the three-day Expo, as well as Fermax customers and friends, several managers from the Head Office in Valencia travelled to Dubai: Jeremy Palacio (Deputy Managing Director), Sergio Maestre (Board of Directors Advisor) and Jose Ignacio Garcia (R&D Director); also in attendance were Rifat Yazgan (Turkey Area Manager) and, of course, Jehangir Postwalla (Middle East Area Manager).
Fermax, in its ongoing international outreach strategy, continues to strengthen its presence in the Middle East, where the security sector plays a major role and strong growth is expected for the coming years.