ACME brand novelties will be presented at the Europe’s largest technologies fair IFA 2019

ACME Grupė company’s ACC Distribution ACME trademark team will surprise the visitors of the biggest tech show in Europe IFA 2019 – they will present not only the all familiar IoT devices (IP cameras, door sensors), but also smart light bulbs, new smart charging devices and other yet unseen IoT solutions.  For almost a week, in an area of 161 000 square meters, IFA 2019 will gather more than 1800 market leaders and newcomers and will attract more than 4 million visitors.

The biggest electronics manufacturers have begun mentioning the most desirable future technological products and what we can expect in the near future as early as the second quarter of this year.

 “The stars of this year will be artificial intelligence, 5G connection supporting mobile devices, flexible screens and old technologies revived for a new life – wireless turntables for vinyl records”, – IFA 2019 organizers revealed in their press release.

Lithuanians at IFA 2019 will dedicate special attention to the end user

Martynas Laurinaitis, head of ACC Distribution ACME trademark, states, that it is becoming more difficult to stand out from the crowd each year. However, such challenges force all the market participants to up their ante. Significant share of attention is dedicated to the technological direction of IoT (Internet of Things). Research agency Gartner forecasts, that in 2020 there will be 50 billion IoT devices and their value will reach 1.9 trillion US dollars.

 “By observing the pace, tendencies, and the growing customer demands in the development of technologies, we keep abreast of the changes as well. This year we will be presenting not only the completely renewed ACME brand label, but also a relevant and stylish range of products for a contemporary user. In response to the popularity of IoT, we are presenting not only the, by now, conventional smart devices (IP cameras, door sensors), but also smart lightbulbs, various smart charging solutions and other IoT products”, – M. Laurinaitis told us.


With the swift pace of forward movement in technologies it is more and more important to think not of the adept enthusiast, but of a consumer, for whom it might be the very first device. Head of the ACME brand label suggests, that during the renewal of the trademark the priority was the democratization of technologies.

“We want to be close to the consumers, that are using smart technologies for the first time. At least to hold their hand virtually. This is why we are creating comprehensive and easily understandable instruction manuals, and in our future plans there is a specialized ACME app. Its purpose – to connect all ACME products into a single ecosystem, for the control of which one will need just a mobile phone and all too familiar WiFi router”, – continued M. Laurinaitis.

It is obvious that the IFA 2019 is greatly awaited event not only for the electronics enthusiasts but also for the manufacturers themselves. The exhibition, taking place on 6-11th September, will give a clear tone for all the technological tendencies of the year ahead.