Danish company Neets launches new control system - don\'t miss out

Danish company Neets will launch it's new control system - The Neets Control FoXtrot at this years ISE in Amsterdam. It's smaller than ever - probably the world's smallest - but intelligent and easy to use.

Danish company Neets will launch it's newest product in the product portfolio at this years ISE in Amsterdam. The Neets Control - FoXtrot. The control system is small but easy and intuitive to use.

Neets is a 100% danish company who specializes in economical and intelligent control systems for class rooms and conference rooms. Neets control systems are intuitive and easy to use - no need for big manuals. "We believe in simplicity - just one press on a button and you are all set" states the founder and manager of the company, Mr. Tue Steen Andersen.

The Neets Control - FoXtrot is the newest system in the Neets product portfolio, and like the other products - Neets Control - DK and Neets Control - EU the Neets Control FoXtrot is a combination of design and functionallity.

Curious to see The Neets Control - FoXtrot? Please visit our stand in Hall 2, Booth A100.

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