The Trade Show and Convention for Home Networking

Beginning in 2008 ehome the Trade Show and Convention for Home Networking will be intensifying collaboration with the construction and media project "e-living for the future". ehome Project Manager Kerstin Kube-Erkens: "We have been cooperating very constructively with 'e-living for the future' since 2006 in order to show the range of topics represented in particular by future networked living standards. Thus in 2008 we are all the more delighted to be able to show a design and living system concept in Hall 2.2 with a networked apartment that will be on display."

Be it digital media or electronic services they have sparked a new market in the home which requires improved technical systems, so there is a demand for products and solutions which need to meet specific criteria in terms of mobility, design, architecture, energy efficiency and technical considerations.

Therefore the construction and media project "e-living for the future" will be presenting the living standards of tomorrow in an apartment on display at the fair. This will exemplify how modern architecture, design, and living systems can be combined to make living at home an emotive experience for everyone. Manufacturers, developers and service providers supplying networking systems will also be showing products in display areas directly next to this apartment.

At an international convention on the subject of "Assisted Living" which will accompany the event, ehome 2008 will focus on the current major trends in the dynamically developing market for networking systems. High-ranking speakers from the industry will discuss networking trends in a society that places higher demands on the quality of living in the home as well as on services, and will focus on solutions for the elderly and needy.

belektro the Trade Fair for Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Lighting will be taking place parallel with ehome in Halls 1.2, 2.2., 3.2. and 4.2. A combined ticket will be available, enabling visitors to attend these two trade shows.

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