The Smart City Expo World Congress is the biggest smart cities event of the year, with last year’s Expo seeing 14,288 visitors from across 105 countries. Delegates included ministers and mayors as well as 10,000 representatives from the private sector, 40% of which were senior decision-makers.
Department for International Trade (DIT) Pavilion
The UK Pavilion gives companies a platform through which they can exhibit their products and services. There will also be a trade mission in attendance and UK companies will have the opportunity to arrange meetings with buyers and key decision-makers from foreign markets. In both cases, companies will be able to take advantage of DIT’s extensive overseas network.
The theme of the UK Pavilion will be systems integration, which are technological interventions that have an impact across multiple sectors. The five areas that we will focus on include mobility, health, waste management, energy and cyber security; key areas in which UK companies have capability.
Nquiringminds will be exhibiting at the event from the 15th to the 17th of November 2016.