At the end of April, the most important multi-sectorial event on robotics and innovation held in Europe took place: The Global Robot Expo in Madrid. Fermax, sponsoring the event, revealed the most human side of technology in the Smart Home space, the place reserved to show how smart homes are already within our reach and that we can control them from our mobile phones.
Considered the technology fair with the most promising future in the European market, Global Robot Expo has become an attractive meeting point, attended by top international lecturers and exhibitors from 30 countries belonging to an industry in full bloom.
Exhibition of AI-based solutions
Drones and bionic prostheses, an android that does the shopping, submarine robots, 3D printers, industry 4.0, driverless cars and a lot of artificial intelligence were the protagonists. We are talking about an event that has become, in its third edition, a window through which to contemplate this future that is already here, ready to transform everything: from the aerospace industry to education, not to mention our daily life at home.
Housing had its own space designated Smart Home, a stand for all those innovations designed to make family day-to-day living more comfortable, safe and sustainable. There were the ergonomic sofas from FAMA, controllers for dependents from Asistae, smart mattresses by FLEX and the lawn-mowing or barbecue-cleaning robots manufactured by Smart Box.
Fermax presented its latest touch monitors, interactive panels, home automation systems managed by voice recognition
Home automation systems with voice recognition
Not to mention the Dominium home automation systems from Fermax and the latest proposals from Hommax, which apply facial recognition technology to enhance security in its video surveillance systems. And, of course, Fermax also presented its latest touch monitors, interactive panels, home automation systems managed by voice recognition and its all-round access control systems and video surveillance cameras for the home.
As experience is highly valued at this type of events, Fermax set up its stand with a permanent link-up to its facilities in Valencia. This way, it was possible to demonstrate to visitors directly how you can control a smart home remotely from a mobile app.
Raising blinds, changing the temperature, turning lights on and off or opening the door are some of the many functions that we can control from any mobile device"
Controlling smart home through mobile
“Raising blinds, changing the temperature, turning lights on and off or opening the door are some of the many functions that we can control from any mobile device”, explained Jesús Gutiérrez, in charge of Fermax Spain’s Prospection. The same expert commented that the brand has built up significant experience with facilities of this type rolled out in the powerhouse Asia-Pacific market and which are now becoming par for the course in Spain.
With its presence in this special event, Fermax once again shows its ability to keep its philosophy alive: democratising the most innovative technology by placing it at the service of society as a whole.