The Slovak Technical Museum is a regular participant in this event, and this time visitors were most interested in their presentation of the old Solivar salt-producing works near Prešov, now a national heritage landmark, with two scale models of a horse-powered windlass and the salt-boiling house called František. Another novelty was a salt-manufacturing workshop for making colored salt.
The popular Health Zone featured the tents of Dôvera and Všeobecná zdravotná poisťovňa health insurance companies. Of the many health check-ups which they had prepared, we must especially mention the birthmarks examination, measurements with a quantum magnetic resonance analyzer, and a BMI (Body Mass Index) calculating instrument. A novelty in the Dôvera tent was their Healthy Eating Adviser.
The Police Force of the Slovak Republic once again presented several of its divisions at this year's FSD event. Police officers assisted the fire-fighters in their intervention exercise, and of course there were demonstrations of the dog-handlers' work, the mounted police, an armoured personnel carrier, the motorcycle police, and eductional activities in their tent focusing on road safety.
A new partner at this event was the Satur Travel Agency. Visitors to the tent of this popular travel company found out about the new packages they have on offer for this year's summer season, and children couldn join in various creative games and competitions. There was a prize draw in which one lucky visitor won a voucher worth 200 € towards the purchase of a holiday from Satur Travel Agency. The lucky winner turned out to be Daniel Durbák.