Bajaj Electricals Ltd. hosted the second edition of ‘.nxt upgrade’ show in Delhi under the theme ‘Smart Indoors & Connected Outdoors’. The day-long event was marked with the presence of leading architects, consultants, specifiers, city managers, high level government authorities, key decision makers and dealer community.
This show by Bajaj Electricals will offer smart lightings, IBMS and solar solutions and EPC services to the catalysts driving change in the urban communities of this city. Furthermore, Bajaj Electricals aims to provide technically advanced IoT enabled smart products and solutions to consumers for sustainable living spaces.
To cater the continuous increasing need in the city, Bajaj Electricals is with its mission to offer next level complete digital solutions for smart cities, smart buildings, human centric lighting, sports lighting, solar lighting, architectural lighting, horticulture and healthcare industries by providing one stop-solution coupled with a complete support system both on ground and on digital platforms such as cloud based connectivity and wireless based solutions. This will deliver a user experience that enhances productivity, facilitates comfort and ease of use while creating sustainable & smart infrastructure.
On the occasion, Raja Mukherjee – President & Country Head, Luminaire segment, Bajaj Electricals Ltd. said, “We at Bajaj Electricals strive to work in sync with the requirements of the evolving environment and changing consumer needs. Through this second edition of .nxt upgrade show, we aim to raise the level of infrastructure and technology by providing smart products, IoT lightings, EPC services, solar and IBMS solutions, which will certainly help in the development of the city and make sustainable living spaces for people. With our strong experience in offering lighting solutions for modern offices, industries, retail stores etc. we endeavor to become an undisputed leader by providing the best in class services. We will continue to deliver the best quality products across all the sectors by making optimum use of the available resources.”