Asia's Largest Expo Exhibits 20,000 Products from Over 600 Manufacturers from China and the World
Alibaba and JD.com even developed smart showrooms integrating the concept and the reality of smart home in an organic way, so that visitors could have a future smart family life experience.
Chinese brand "Haier" displayed a variety of electronic household goods in its spacious room, attracting numerous visitors. "Panasonic," and "AUX," and other foreign brands were equally active in marketing their products at the exhibition venue."As a representative of China's manufacturing industry, Haier continues to speed up to seek new changes and innovation," Liang Haishan, chairman of Haier Appliance Industry Group said."We are glad to participate at AWE""AWE continues to grow and keeps displaying new products from Haier while it encourages and drives innovation in the era of the Internet," he added.
"We have cooperated with AWE for three years. I feel AWE has become a veritable comprehensive appliance exhibition with global influence," Lan Ye, CMO of JD Group said. "JD.com is very willing to exchange with more excellent enterprises in-depth and learn from each other through this platform""In the future Sharp will provide more products for Chinese consumers," Isao Sakai, president of Sharp Electronics Sales (China) Co. commented. "Sharp will continue to make commodities more suitable to Chinese users and this is why AWE will be our constant choice"
“We have three core products, they are cellphone, TV, and router, and these are very important products when we talk about smart home," Wang said. "We want everything to be connected in the future and that is our ultimate goal"Wang went on to say that "However connectivity introduces both opportunities and risks, especially in terms of security.""Every new technology invented should be first applied to mobile phones," Wang argued. "Innovation of mobile phones will never end""For Xiaomi, it has invested into dozens of green companies and has already launched air purifier and water dispenser products this year, Wang added. "Every product will be connected to the router and smart home eventually will come on a larger scale""Our target is to become No.1 ICT solutions group in China," Shao Yang, vice president of Marketing of Huawei Consumer Business group (BG) said. "We want to make smart home, a new life"He explained that smart home is a home system based on the home appliances and sensors to be connected through the communication network."Thus Huawei focuses on connection," he said. "We want to combine PC and tablet to make a smart home as well"He added that they treat cellphone a "living thing," pointing out importance of adding artificial intelligence (AI) into it.The major characteristics of Huawei this year include two new areas, which are cellphone and tablet. And Huawei plans to promote broadband connectivity for all these products, according to the vice president.
About CHEAAEstablished in 1988 the China Household Electrical Appliances Association (CHEAA) is the host and organizer of "The Appliance & Electronics World Expo" or for its acronym "AWE."Operating under the direction of the governmental National Light Industrial Bureau, CHEAA serves the interests of its member enterprises and protects their legal rights by fostering the development of the household electrical appliances industry.The association serves as a bridge between the government and enterprises or amongst enterprises, managing its industry. It boasts of over 220 members from 24 provinces and municipalities throughout China.
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