GEA City available as app for iPads
04. May 2011 GEA Air Treatment GmbH recently presented GEA City on its homepage. The animated application example presents at a glance, in English and German, the entire application spectrum of the products of GEA as HVAC provider. This vivid overview is available immediately, also as app for the iPad in AppleStore. Download of the application, which will soon also be offered for iPhone, is free.
There are countless and diverse applications dealing with heating, cooling, cleaning, and humidification/dehumidification of air. Hardly any area of our life is not touched by these possibilities. In order to vividly demonstrate its many and various HVAC applications, GEA Air Treatment uses animated urban scenarios on its Web site to show the fields in which this technology of GEA can be found. The spectrum includes factories, computer centers, the food and beverage business, the pharmaceutical industry, shopping centers, airports, office buildings, hospitals, hotels, cruise ships, museums, schools, and swimming pools.
When you click on one of the application areas – for example, “Schools” – the view will zoom in to those GEA systems that promote good learning and good teaching in classrooms and in gymnasiums. In this example, you see the air handling units GEA COM4plus and GEA Campos, and the GEA compressor-condenser unit GCH with axial fans. With one mouse click on a visible GEA product, an additional window will open in which – in addition to a 3-D view of the equipment – you can find the matching PDF product brochure as well as additional information on accessories, control systems, and service.
As explained by Carola Wolters, Head of Marketing and Public Relations at GEA Air Treatment: “As innovative company in the HVAC sector, we continuously attempt to offer our customers high-performance, cutting-edge equipment. We also want to satisfy this claim in our communication as well – which is why we decided to exploit new information and communication avenues with GEA City App.”
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