Panasonic Corp. brought its latest home energy creation, storage, and management solutions to the CEATEC Japan 2011 trade show, held last week in Tokyo.
Panasonic is aiming to become the No. 1 green innovation company in the electronics industry by 2018, when it will celebrate its 100th anniversary.
Panasonic exhibited at CEATEC under the theme of Total Smart Lifestyles, focused on ideas that bring greater sustainability, safety, security, comfort, and enjoyment into consumers' lives. The company said such lifestyles can be facilitated by connecting various appliances in the home, including consumer electronics and standard home appliances, so that they can communicate with each other and with the user.
Panasonic's Energy Solutions Zone exhibited the company's home energy technologies, including technologies for home energy creation and storage, energy-saving products, and the Home Energy Management Systems (HEMS) that link all these devices together.
Energy storage products included a lineup of storage batteries sized for home use to wider-scale applications, giving users the ability to ensure stable power supplies and backup energy sources.
The zone will also showcased the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town (SST), an eco-town Panasonic is developing and plans to open by March 2014.
The company's Network AV Zone showed a range of AV solutions, including:
• Viera Connect cloud-based IPTV services
• improved acTVila web-based TV portal services
• Room Jump Link (DLNA), which connects the company's Diga Blu-ray recorder/players with compatible bathroom and kitchen TVs
• various mobile services for smartphones and WiFi-compatible LUMIX digital cameras
The zone also showed off the company's professional 3D solutions and latest consumer 3D products and technologies.
to Daily News