Press Release: EHX Spring 2010 Will Add Home Health Technology Pavilion
Partners with GrandCare Systems to create education and product introduction experience in rapidly growing sector.
By CE Pro Editors
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09.24.2009 — FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Electronic House Expo (EHX) announced today that GrandCare Systems will sponsor the Home Health Technology educational track and pavilion at EHX Spring 2010: The New Opportunities Show, being held March 24-27, 2010 in Orlando, Florida.
GrandCare, a leading provider of high-end, in-home health technologies and vocal advocate and educator to dealers and policy makers, will assist with the development of the conference sessions and anchor the Home Technology Pavilion on the Expo Floor.
EHX Spring 2010, produced by CE Pro magazine, is delivering on its goal of a one-of-a-kind event experience which will lead custom electronic professionals toward the new growth opportunities being created in the changing economy.
Themed “The New Opportunities Show,” EHX Spring 2010 will feature Home Health Technologies as one of six major areas identified by the editors of CE Pro to represent real revenue growth prospects. In addition to the Home Health Technology Pavilion, EHX Spring 2010 will dedicate technical, business, and free product training relevant to the multi-billion dollar market.
“An aging population is driving demand for technology that will allow seniors to remain in the homes and self-sufficient. This creates new opportunities for our audience, and partnering with GrandCare Systems to anchor our efforts makes perfect sense,” said Jim Wagner, General Manager of EH Events. “We are excited by their participation not only on the Expo Floor, but also in the development of comprehensive educational training that will equip our attendees with the knowledge to best serve this growing market.”
Some have referred to this new aging phenomenon as the inevitable “silver tsunami” as the senior population is expected to double over the next two decades. According to a 2005 AARP study, 89 percent of homeowners over 45 years old wanted to stay at home.
“We are passionate about the use of technology to simplify and enhance the caregiver experience. Technology helps us remotely assess activities of daily living, wellness, vitals, medication access, sleep patterns, and general cognition. It is an accepted fact that social connectivity and brain fitness are critical for healthy aging,” said Gaytha Traynor, co-founder of GrandCare Systems. “That’s why we have combined monitoring, communication and cognition technologies into one product that is personally delivered to clients by professional dealers and installers.”
EHX Spring 2010 will also focus on:
* Alternative/Smart Energy
* Recurring Revenue
* Digital Content
Attendees will benefit from the most relevant, timely and actionable business and technology development sessions delivered in new informal, interactive and personal formats. EHX Spring will expand the view on the potential of new revenue sources through a variety of dealer and industry-lead panels and super sessions, as well as a packed Expo Floor focusing on the hottest new technologies.
Registration for EHX Spring 2010 will be open in the fall of 2009. Event details are available online at http://www.ehxweb.com.
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