High technology in the service of sustainable living, responsible for the protection of nature and the urban environment
There is a joke: "Smarthome, that would mean how can we be smart at home?" Unfortunately, it still reflects the popular understanding of the concept of "smart houses". In recent years, the concept known as "smart home" is gaining more and more meaning, but for the mass consumer it still has far and foreign.
Innovation cannot be used to control more aspects of this home from more places and with little by little.
The smart house has different dimensions: Front door with front layout; a car powered by solar power; A "smart" mower that understands when the lawn needs mowing and is activated; a robot vacuum cleaner that will also wash the windows; a refrigerator that orders the products itself; a special transformer that takes the forms and performs the functions of the items you order - at one moment it can be a laptop, and at the next - a stove; care for pets as well, including food, water and light regulation according to a set program; child control - you can restrict the switching on of the TV and computer and capture any special children's moment such as a photo or video while watching your child via smartphone or tablet.
The smart home will always be in touch with you. From anywhere in the world, you can watch or manage what's going on in your home. Your smart home system will always inform you about important news or warn you of dangerous and unusual situations.
Everyone has their own idea of the home of the future, but we all agree that it will be completely subordinated to the individual needs of its inhabitants.
For 10 years, technology has come a long way and modern applications are much more intriguing, more practical and last but not least, significantly more affordable. That is why the biggest exhibition for architecture, construction and furniture STROYKO EXPO from this spring includes a new section - STROYKO Future. It will give a real outline of the smart home and will present practical solutions that anyone can implement at home in the next renovation.
Focus of the spring edition STROIKO EXPO 2020, March 25-29, the National Palace of Culture is the HIGH-TECH HOME. The ambition of our team is to debunk the myths that smart homes are expensive, that smart technologies are complex to install and manage, that classic and new cannot go hand in hand through exhibitors and an accompanying program. We will also present the idea of a "passive house" - one of the fastest growing standards for energy efficiency in the world.
STROIKO will build a bridge between high technologies and time-proven classic techniques and techniques. While urban planners, architects, builders, engineers, programmers and designers are looking for a scientific formulation for the "house of the future", STROIKO allows this formula to be created in dialogue with its real users. Therefore, the Marble Lobby of the National Palace of Culture will become a kind of Hyde Park, where everyone will be able to share with experts their vision of the presence of high technology in the home. The accompanying program is divided into 5 discussion modules: SMART CITY, SMART HOME, SAFE TOWN, SMART SOLUTIONS FOR THE SMALL TOWN, CIVIL NETWORKS IN ACTION.
In the spring of 2020, STROIKO EXPO will also develop the STROIKO Safety section. The Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry joins the exhibition with its SECURITY exhibition. In this section, the partners of the exhibition are the Ministry of Interior and the Sofia Municipality with its Directorate for Emergency Aid and Prevention.
Specialized security companies will present the latest digital security developments. Apart from a safe home, we will also talk about a safe city. The structures of the Ministry of Interior, the Emergency Aid and Prevention Directorate and the Bulgarian Red Cross will be presented with separate stands and demonstrations.
The 53rd STROIKO EXPO exhibition will present a complete cycle of living in the modern world, including Fintech industry, financial instruments management, housing loans, real estate market, new trends in food, cosmetics and household hygiene products, composting and management of waste.