Nayar systems sponsored a meeting for the world of elevators SMEs in Seville from May 22 to 24, to discuss the local economy and the elimination of barriers.
Between May 22 and 24, The II National Congress of Elevator SMEs, an event organized by Fepyma, the Spanish Federation of Associations of Small and Medium-sized Elevator Companies, took place in Seville and was titled “For safety, health and better quality of service”. With the aim of evaluating the progress made since the first edition was held in 2018, and proposing future actions to eliminate the barriers faced by the sector, the organization held an open meeting with all stakeholders, discussing issues such as the review of regulatory changes in the field of elevators maintenance, technological innovations that provide more safety and quality of service, or reflections on the 2030 Agenda, among other topics that were addressed to face the challenges of the future.
José Luis Sanchis, CMO of Nayar – a silver sponsor of the congress – participated in the round table Cycle 2: 2024-2030: “Modernization of the elevator fleet. Economic and environmental impact”, together with representatives of MP Ascensores, Hidral, Docensas, Carlos Silva, CEG Innova and Process Control, and highlighted the importance of thinking new solutions for the sector that are based on a real fact, that allows investing no more than fifteen minutes in an installation and that are Plug&Play. Sanchis said: “At Nayar we manage the EN81-28 standard and we often found that we had to change the remote alarms because the emergency numbers could not be modified, we had links with locks that could not be programmed (…), and they were new installations that were a year old in which everything had to be changed”. He went on to talk about NayarSIM, the most recent service the company has launched on the market, thanks to which: “Now, by installing a simple SIM, operators can route calls to the call center. From the outset, we save a lot of time in the installations, and we save a lot of money for the homeowners’ association and the elevator companies. With NayarSIM, it’s just install, push and go.
Other challenges that were addressed at the different discussion tables also referred to the implications that the new ITC AEM-1 for elevators will have for the sector, or the importance of autonomous industrial ecosystems as a way of creating value for SMEs. In short, a national event involved in being an active part of present and future developments in the elevator sector.