Great reception for Televesâ âConnected Homeâ at ANGACOM 2013
The numerous and demanding professionals that attended the Cologne Expo from 4th to 6th June, at the 2013 edition of ANGACOM (formerly ANGA Cable) gave a warm reception to the Connected Home concept presented by Televes. This visionary platform uses a state-of-the-art console to control a wide range of services adapted to the each userâs individual needs, paying special attention to the Sociomedical Teleprevention application, developed to attend to the needs of the elderly at home and thus allowing them to lead an independent life.
At the event in Cologne, Televes also presented leading solutions for professional telecommunications installers and integrators. Causing a real impact was the functionality of the H30 pocket field strength meter that allows remote access and control via the iPad tablet.
The professional public also rated highly the ease of installation and the speed (up to 1 Gbps) of the Coax-Data, system that allows distributing television and high-speed data using the existing coaxial cable or fibre optics infrastructure in the home. Also catching a lot of attention were the remultiplexing modules of the T.0X headend, praised as the optimum balance between modularity and compactness.
Matthias Dienst, recently incorporated as Managing Director of Televes Corporationâs German subsidiary, highlighted the following as regards ANGACOM 2013: âThe Expo has been a great success for our company. Personally, I was impressed to observe the international strength of the Televes brand, which was reflected by a large flow of visitors from around the world at our stand. The impact the brand has achieved among German customers make me optimistic for developing our business in the marketâ.
Record of participation
The organisation of ANGACOM has made a positive appraisal of the event, underlining an increase of 6% in the number of professional visitors, and highlighting the presence of 450 exhibitors from 36 countries. One of the most notable trends was the increased visits from the Middle East and North Africa.