We are exhibiting at Broadband World Forum 2015
This week we are at Broadband World Forum, which this year takes place in London from October 20 to 22. We are very excited to be attending as members of the Z-Wave Alliance, with whom we’ll be exhibiting at the Z-Wave Pavilion (stand F81, in case you want to come and say hi).
Broadband World Forum is one of the world’s largest telecoms, media & technology events, with almost 8,000 senior executives from across the globe converging on London’s ExCeL, so for us it is a great honor to be there among other Z-Wave Alliance members. Broadband World Forum offers visitors 3 days of inspiring conferences, loads of free content, interviews with industry experts, analysts insights and live demos.
In case you are wondering what visitors will find at our stand, wonder no more! We’ll be showcasing or award-winning WeR@Home™ solution, which last year won a Broadband Infovision Award in the category of Best Service Innovation. As you may know, WeR@Home™ is a modular and scalable smart home platform that combines home automation with strong home security features.
This year, we want to place the focus on expanding horizons through enriching partnerships with other companies, building an ecosystem around our WeR@Home™ system to enable a full connected living experience for end users.
If you are attending the exhibition, don’t forget to drop by our stand (F81!), or schedule a one-one-one onsite meeting through our contact page. We would be delighted to meet you!
Our team working hard in our booth
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