Panasonic unveils new farming technology
By Jevans N. Miyungu | October 18th 2014
Kenya: Electronics giant, Panasonic, has launched farming technology, smart city initiatives and hospital solutions.
The launch took place at the GITEX 2014, the Middle East’s leading technology show at the Dubai’s World Trade Centre. The firm said its commitment to sustainable living can be witnessed in its endeavors like farming technology which is a solution to the global shortage of arable land and water, climate change and increasing demand for quality food as well as stable food supply.
“We aim to drive better outcomes for our customers,” says Shinichi Wakita, managing director, Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa.
Panasonic also showcased a range of smart communication, office automations, digital cordless phones and illumination projectors.
The firm also launched a wireless video intercom system which allows users to check the safety of their home from anywhere using wireless monitor, eliminating the use of cords around a house.
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