4YFN – Goal accomplished, Thank you!

Our stay in the 4YFN (4 Years From Now) trade show was incredibly satisfying. Firstly, we got the chance to get a more accurate idea about what is now trending in the technological sector, which includes solutions that will be available in the next months rather than in the next 4 years. We could also increase our network by including new companies whose main activities are very related to Egeon’s.

By other hand, we have achieved what the fair aims for us, small and medium companies. The main purpose of the fair is to connect emerging technological companies with investors that can financially support and push their creations anytime those small companies have certain guarantee success and look suitable to the investors criteria. We have gotten to the investor’s attention as Egeon Technology being a to-watch-and-cooperate company, to a point that they have listened to all of our products and solutions and we have obtained a very positive feedback

It is also remarkable the interest that came from visitors and, especially, by other exhibitors who found in our projects a perfect fit for their own solutions.

During the 4YFN, there were many Software, Cloud and Apps kind of projects and products. All these ones represent the end of the information transfer process where the treatment and presentation of data takes place. But what about the information? Where could we find devices that create and manage the information? Egeon Technology was the only one that could give response to this concern. With the devices, we are the only company that can generate all this data. Our work is to create the doors that enable data to be measurable. It is the first level of the information procedure. It is with Egeon’s Hardware that all those other products can have the data to work with.

Although it’s still too early to determine the success of the presence of Egeon Technology in the 4YFN, we keep very positive thoughts and feelings about it. This is why we want to thank all of you who came to visit our stand and paid attention and respect for our IoT-solutions.

We want to also thank MovilForum, from Telefonica, for having us this year, and vey especially to Miguel Angel Fernández Ros for his respect, support, efficiency and all the attention and dedication he paid to us.

 

Egeon Technology will introduce their Find&Rescue system during the 4YFN tradeshow

During the 4YFN tradeshow (4 Years From Now) Egeon Technology will introduce their telematic management system of emergency teams, called “Find & Rescue”. It’s developed in collaboration with SAMUR Civil Protection from Madrid City and the technological support from CrossThings.

The 4YFN is an international tradeshow organized by Barcelona Mobile Word Capital during the GSMA Mobile World Congress, taking place in Barcelona from February 27th to March 1st. Its goal is to create a network of startups, investors and corporations. EGEON Technology’s booth is the O3.3, located at the M8 pavilion of the Montjuic fair.

The “Find&Rescue” system from EgeonTechnology

Every member of the assistance team would carry a device that allows the central and/or the control manager to have an on-line global view of the distribution of the team.  This will allow the responsible center to also know the exact location of each member of the staff and, therefore, manage a critical situation more effectively.

The immediate response and clarity of the scenario that this device provides makes it one of the latest technologies for solving this situation. It is when the carrier falls or stops for longer than usual and/or leaves the defined area that it pulls a signal of alarm that the control center will receive and act forward already prepared for the circumstances of the scenario.

Each device sends live data received by the sensors to the events management platform. Using cartography, it locates every control unit around one location or simultaneously multiple locations, which make these events manageable not only from the responsible control center but also from the head coordinator of the event.