TIS booth and seminar at TurkeyBuild Istanbul, Turkey

TIS presented its latest smart solution, which is a merger of technological innovation and digital designers’ integrity. The Energy Servant Sensor, which is now available for purchase, was introduced at the TurkeyBuild Fair in Turkey. 

This Expo, which is the region's largest exhibition of building and construction materials and technologies, was held in July 2019 and welcomed many technicians, wholesalers, contractors, and digital experts.

On the 4th day of this fair, TIS’s CEO held a seminar about energy savings in Turkey and emphasized the necessity of smart applications of technology to save the planet. Turath Mazloum introduced a product that allows users to optimize energy consumption while they enjoy the new intelligent technology of controlling lights and temperature. The ES 10F sensor is a ceiling PIR motion sensor that enables lights and temperature to be controlled remotely.

According to Mr. Mazloum, an important goal of introducing TIS ES sensor was to remind everyone that taking energy saving policies into consideration is vital to improving the industry. The ES sensor was referred to as a device designed to prevent energy waste by precise monitoring of lights and AC throughout different times of day and night. This solution is – as the TIS representative stated- useful for residential and commercial applications in which the user is concerned about excessive energy usage.

Warm regards to TIS’s Muhendislik Tecnoloji for preparing TIS’s booth. The product was favored by many Turkish and foreign visitors from different sectors of the construction industry. TIS Automation Group hopes to see more applications of smart home technology in Turkish cities. We are looking forward to seeing more smart digitized projects in Istanbul. After all, Turkey and its gorgeous cities, including Istanbul, Izmir, Ankara, Antalya, and others, are now ready to stand out among the most visited cities around the globe by promoting an efficient and environment-friendly economy.

Visitors from Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Konya, Bursa, Adana, Gaziantep, Antalya, and more stopped by to explore our booth.

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