The major global players in electronic innovation meet in Las Vegas from 9 to 12 January 2018
Internet of Things, robotics, automotive, high tech solutions dedicated to the consumer market, 5G connectivity, alternative energies: these are the themes of the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas, which opens the new year in the name of the future of the next years. For the 2018 edition the organizers have announced big news. The most important international trade fair in this sector will host for the first time, among the 2.5 million square meters of its extension, an area entirely dedicated to Smart Cities, and Cimberio will be the only Italian manufacturing company to represent the pride of national technological advancement.
SMARTCIM has been selected by the European Commission among the 15 best projects to be presented in Las Vegas. After having co-funded it through the Horizon 2020 program, the Commission has been particularly impressed with the potential of the system for monitoring and optimizing the HVAC systems in buildings which, thanks to the numerous technological innovations introduced, maximizes climate comfort and achieves exceptional environmental and energy saving objectives.
At CES in Las Vegas there will be 4,000 exhibitors who will welcome 170,000 visitors from 150 countries to demonstrate that technology can really improve the quality of our lives.
Currently over half of the world’s population lives in urban areas and the UN predicts that by 2050 they will become two-thirds. This is the reason that inspired the event’s director, Steve Koenig, to involve Europe, where the efforts made to preserve energy, to safeguard environmental resources and to reduce the risks associated with climate changes are in fact much higher compared to what has been done in the USA, where the main focus has been on transport and mobility.
Cimberio, together with its American subsidiary, will present an international preview of the advantages deriving from the integration of the devices that generate the increased intelligence managed by SMARTCIM on new and existing systems. Our engineers will illustrate the encouraging results that emerged from the application of mathematical models of dynamic simulation performed in our simulation laboratories and the results of the tests at the Space Center in Andøya, Norway. New prestigious partnerships will also be announced in addition to the ones already announced with the Canadian company Mnubo, leader in data analysis techniques, and with Enersem, spin off of the Energy Department of the Milan Polytechnic.