The company will present a complete portfolio of end-to-end connected technologies for the hospitality, residential and commercial building industries.
“Every Vietnamese family needs to feel safe and comfortable, while being able to enjoy what matters: the people and things that make their house a home,” said Mai Trang Thanh, president, Honeywell Vietnam. “Honeywell’s technology is installed in more than 150 million homes globally, enabling homeowners to stay connected and in control of home comfort, security, fire systems, and air and water purification. Our consumer technologies are robust, elegant, easy-to-use and at the same time, easy-to-purchase, maintain, and get support when needed.”
At the symposium, customers will have a behind-the-scenes look at the Honeywell’s all-in-one connected home solutions, with everything a smart homeowner needs – a mobile app to control Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats; a home gateway that controls multiple household items including curtains, lights, and air conditioners; and connected security cameras for high-end surveillance and high-quality imaging. Whether the homeowner is inside or outside the house, they can monitor and take control of their connected system securely, from a computer or mobile phone, and be notified of any event occurring in the house while they are away.
Vietnam is also becoming one of the fastest growing tourism destinations in Southeast Asia. Driven by the entrance of international hoteliers and investments in key infrastructure, the hospitality industry in Vietnam is poised for an impressive 22 percent increase in international guests. With more than a century of experience in building automation and control solutions, Honeywell provides comprehensive, integrated technology that helps streamline hotel operations and reduce operating costs, while ensuring guests stay secure and comfortable.
“From the moment a guest arrives at the parking lot or lobby, during the check-in process and throughout their stay, Honeywell technology helps property managers create a fully connected, high-touch guest experience, while significantly reducing energy consumption,” said Thanh. “Whether it is a leading hotel group or a family-run hotel operator, we aim to ensure a unique experience for every guest – one that would make their stay memorable.”
Honeywell’s Inncom Connected Hospitality Solution lets property managers specify the right lighting for each hotel area, and control HVAC, water, combustion and other systems to manage temperature, improve energy efficiency, enhance safety and comfort. Delivering a one-of-a-kind connectivity experience, hotel guests have the ability to control room comfort, lighting and access hotel amenities on convenient, in-room smart devices. Hotel operators can dramatically reduce energy and operating costs with occupancy sensors and related technologies, making maintenance, housekeeping and other departments more efficient.
Visitors to the symposium can hear more about Honeywell’s connected building solutions at a panel discussion session titled “Put Your Buildings To Work: A Smart Approach To Better Business Outcomes.” The panel will be moderated by Mai Trang Thanh,
and will bring together leading hotel operators and developers in Ho Chi Minh to discuss the importance of connected technologies across the hospitality and residential, commercial building industries.