Emaga has participated in the 2018 Hong Kong International Outdoor and Technology Lighting Expo

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    On October 26, 2018, the four-day  Hong Kong International Outdoor Lighting Fair was grandly opened at the AsiaWorld-Expo. Hosted by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the exhibition attracted buyers from more than 60 countries and regions around the world. At the invitation of the organizers, Emaga has participated in the exhibition.    


   This exhibition is led by Emaga Marketing Department and Sales Department, which mainly displays Emaga's mature smart lighting solutions and related products. Through conversations with buyers from various countries, it is learned that the current controls ways such as PLC or Zigbee Mesh networks are costly, difficult to maintain, and relatively backward in technology. Demand for new technologies and smarter controls is on the rise. Emaga's BaldurMind intelligent lighting control system based on LoRa has attracted the attention of buyers from all over the world. The small and exquisite Emaga's gateway, which contains more than one thousand materials to ensure the stability and accuracy of its communication. BaldurTouch street light controller node, using TE transparent waterproof shell, built-in three-layer circuit board, including energy monitoring, remote switch, equipment fault monitoring and early warning, anti-6KV lightning surge impact and other functions, to ensure that each street lamp is enough wisdow to be an intelligent group. 

    After the on-site purchasers learned about the detailed technical consultation and successful cases of Emaga BaldurMind Smart Lighting System, they expressed their strong interest to continue to contact. Emaga expects to further expand the mature lighting solutions to more areas at home and abroad, to provide better services to customers, and to bring higher quality lighting to the local people!



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