Fermax at the BuildingsNY exhibition in New York

15 mai 2015

The BuildingsNY event held once a year in the city of New York has become one of the most interesting trade fairs to connect with construction, maintenance and management companies of the building sector. Fermax’s presence at this last edition has been a success thanks to the recent technological breakthroughs presented. As a company specialized in digital audio and video door entry systems, Fermax is looking forward for new projects in the heart of the Big Apple.

BuildingsNY is a unique trade show providing building owners and managers with the products and services they require referring to building construction and maintenance, renovation and restoration. The event, which took place on April 28th and 29th, was a perfect opportunity for Fermax to present its products designed both for new works and replacement.

Fermax USA sales and technical team
Fermax USA sales and Technical team

Smile and Vivo were the high-performance products, presented at the Fermax Stand at BuildingsNY. These products enjoy a very positive reputation by security integrators and enrich their end users with a comfortable and elegant door entry experience.

Smile is a color TFT screen monitor with a design which allows its perfect integration in any surrounding. It is available in 7” or 3,5”.

The Vivo Monitor is an IP technology based monitor which features a high tech 7” capacitive touch screen providing comprehensive and effective control over communication, security and comfort, multi-task functionality and a staggering range of product features.

Fermax Stand at BuildingsNY
Fermax Stand at BuildingsNY

Information exchange, cultural interaction and establishing new contacts were the satisfactory results of the BuildingsNY this year. As always, the representatives of the Spanish company enjoyed the 2-day exhibition and is looking forward to the 2016 BuildingsNY exhibition in order to present its newest technological developments.

Fermax Stand at BuildingsNY
Fermax Stand at BuildingsNY