A-TECH - Intelligent Building Technologies and Electrical Systems Fair, which was held for the second time on November 22-25, 2018 at Ankara Congresium Fair Center, brought together the representatives of the public and private sector in the fair area.
The Minister of Environment and Urbanization Murat Kurum, Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mustafa Tuna attended the fair, and the Administrative Chief of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey Hasan Turan also attended. Organized by Artı2 Fair Organization, with the support and participation of TOKİ, Emlak Konut, KİPTAŞ and General Directorate of Foundations, the fair also hosted the leading actors of the private sector.
The number of participants in the fair, which was flooded by visitors from 81 provinces of Turkey, exceeded 8 thousand. About 100 participating companies participated in the fair, which brought together the manufacturers, distributors and users of the smart building technologies and electricity sector.
Leading professionals of the private sector, who took their place in the stands with their product portfolios, exchanged information with the representatives of public institutions as well as made business contacts.
Participating companies at the fair, where the opportunity to follow new technologies is presented to the approval authorities in public institutions; exhibited its products such as smart building technologies, building automation and equipment, cables, electrical panels and accessories.
At the fair, which brings together all the components of the sector; Organized events, theoretical and practical presentations of experts and academics made a significant contribution to the development of the sector.
In the fair, which brought together public employees and private sector representatives, public institutions and employees saw the technology that they could not reach or that was new and enabled them to have information.
The fair, where technological developments in the electricity sector in Turkey and R&D studies of companies were exhibited, also provided an opportunity for the promotion of domestic production products.