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For the 16th time TECSYS represents Brazil on NAB SHOW 2018
TECSYS, a tech company from Brazil, was one of the exhibitors on the NAB SHOW 2018
International Convention in Las Vegas, NV (USA), which happened between April 7th and 12th, featuring breakthrough technologies and innovations across media, entertainment and technology, including Digital TV and Radio Broadcasting. Among the 1,800 worldwide exhibitors, the Brazilian company is a pioneer, being one of the 12 national companies invited to be part of the Brazilian pavilion, showing its most advanced products and tech solutions.
Today, March 7, 2018, TECSYS was honored to receive a visit from the LACTEC Institutes’ Board of Directors, represented by its Chief Executive Officer – LUIZ FERNANDO VIANNA, Director of Technological Development – LAURO ELIAS NETO and Commercial Director – CARLOS RIBAS.
From January 23rd to 25th, TECSYS and ten other electrical and electronic companies participated as exhibitors at Distributech 2018 in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Fostered by ‘Apex-Brasil’ (Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency) partnering with ‘Abinee’(Brazilian Electrical and Electronics Industry Association) the international fair included 520 exhibitors approximately that presented information, products and services related to automation and energy delivery, energy efficiency, renewable energy integration, advanced measuring, communication technologies, cyber security and hydraulic utility technology.
With investments of BRL 7 million, equipment sends information from the network in real time and reduces service time. Coelba (BA) is participating in the development of a smart sensor that monitors events in the distribution line. Executed through the Research & Development Program of the National Electric Energy Agency, the equipment is being made in partnership with the Lactec Institutes and Tecsys, consuming investments of BRL 7 million. It can measure the current of each phase in a feeder, it records all disturbances that occur at one point.
Technology that monitors electric network starts national marketing
One hundred smart sensor units per month. This is the minimum production that electronics manufacturer Tecsys do Brasil Industrial, headquartered in São José dos Campos (SP), will make in 2016 to attend energy utilities concerned in monitoring more efficiently their distribution networks. The equipment is a development of the Paraná state researchers of the Lactec Institutes in partnership with Sygma Tecnologia and Tecsys’ Smart Power division, and the energy utility of Bahia, Coelba, belonging to the Neoenergia Group.