Shanghai Smart Home Technology 2017 receives positive response from industry

Shanghai Smart Home Technology 2017 receives positive response from industry
Joining forces with the China Smart Home Industry Alliance (CSHIA), one of China’s leading smart home industry organisations, Shanghai Smart Home Technology (SSHT) 2017 will return to the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, September 5-7.

With only four months to go, already 80% of the exhibition space for the upcoming show has been booked, representing a 50% increase over the same time last year, according to the event organizer.

This year’s edition will once again run concurrently with Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT) to present the latest smart home technologies. The shows are expected to attract more than 250 companies and 28,000 visitors for trade in a record-breaking exhibition space of 18,000 sqm, which is a 12.5% increase over the previous edition.

“I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the industry for their support to SSHT,” Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Deputy General Manager Ms Lucia Wong commented on the industry’s positive response.

The show is positioned as a comprehensive technology platform that stresses three core values, with the first being ‘technology integration.’ SSHT showcases the integration of internet application, communication and automation control technologies through an array of product exhibitions and event programmes.

The second is ‘cross-sector collaboration.’ SSHT aims to facilitate industry convergence and help traditional businesses to discover fruitful opportunities in the smart home sector.

The last core value is ‘market demand.’ SSHT is devoted to gathering a diverse group of quality visitors with clear procurement targets for smart products so that exhibitors have a reliable channel for meeting the market’s needs.

Notable brands to showcase cutting-edge technologies

SSHT strives to encourage the industry to develop practical solutions by pulling together notable exhibitors of different sectors to showcase innovative technologies.

The fair has already secured the participation of recognised overseas and domestic brands. Confirmed well-known enterprises include A-OK, Appollo, Ave Leelen, backaudio, BAIWEI, Cinemaster, Crodigy, Daming Laffey, DOOYA, DUEMMEGI&INFINITEPLAY, Eastsoft, EnOcean, Haier, HDL, HEKR, Heiman, Hi-Champ, Honyar, Huilin, HUTLON, Konke, KNX, REXENSE, Savekey, Security & Fire, Senseair, Sentiment, Shunzhou, SUPCON, TCS, Tijio, Tonetron, UMEINFO, Vstarcam, WISTAR, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, and ZHONGLEZHIFU.

The advanced technologies to be displayed at the show include smart safety and security, audio and visual (A/V) integration, total smart home solutions, and smart home control interfaces, says the show organizer.

Commenting on the development of the smart home industry, Ms Lucia Wong said with the industry’s rapid development, there has been widespread use of sensors, chip technology and mobile internet. “Growing market demand accelerates the development of innovative concepts and products. By gathering more industry experts to share ground-breaking ideas and insights, we will work together to create a forward-looking smart home technology platform and promote smart living,” Wong said.
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