Panasonic Showcases Technology of Tomorrow at IFA in Berlin


29th August 2018 – Panasonic is heading to global innovations show IFA in Berlin, Germany from 31st August to 5th September. Following its successful participation last year, Panasonic will be showcasing technology designed to make our homes more efficient, including air conditioning solutions and consumer products. Visitors to the Panasonic ‘Future Home’ booth will get a realistic insight into what technology we can expect to see in our home in the future.

Panasonic Aquarea is one of the featured technologies within the ‘Future Home’. Visitors will discover all the benefits of an Aquarea All-in-One solution, delivered in an exciting and visual way via a futuristic video projection mapping experience. With its space saving design, the highly-efficient next generation Aquarea All-in-One provides heating, cooling and domestic hot water all from a heat pump that is barely wider than a kitchen cupboard.



Another big theme is smart control, and Panasonic will be showcasing Aquarea Smart Cloud, a simple remote-control app offering a wide range of operating options for products including the Aquarea All-in-One. Features include weekly timer functions, instant adjustment of the thermostat and energy usage updates – all accessible from your smart device.

Also featuring within Panasonic’s ‘Future Home’ at IFA will be the Etherea range of sleek and stylish room air conditioners. Recently recognised as an award winner at ‘Stiftung Warentest’ in Germany, where Etherea was rated the best amongst its competitors, Etherea boasts low operating costs, outstanding efficiency and includes nanoe™X air-purifying technology for promoting healthier air within the home.


To find out how Panasonic technology is shaping the way we live, visit IFA 2018 from 31st August – 5th September at the Messe Berlin Exhibition Grounds. With key retailers and buyers attending the event, Panasonic will excite the industry with a round-up of the most innovative consumer technologies of the future.