Robots, flying cars, and other attractions at GITEX 2018 in Dubai
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More than 1,000 tech experts converged in Dubai to witness the emerging technologies at the 38th GITEX Tech Week. The five-day event — started Oct 14 (Sunday) — is expected to attract more than 4,500 exhibitors from more than 100 countries.
Tech experts this week are meeting in Dubai to witness the emerging technologies at the 38th GITEX Tech Week. The five-day event — which started on October 14 — has attracted more than 4,500 exhibitors from more than 100 countries, organizers said. The event focuses on artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, robotics, virtual and augmented reality, all under the theme ‘Experience Future Urbanism’, apart from the dedicated event for start-ups — Gitex Future Stars.
At least 34 Saudi tech companies participated in the event. Techies and designers are taking the opportunity to showcase technological advancements in the exhibition, including robots, flying cars to name a few.
Key highlights from the exhibition include:
Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, officially inaugurated the 38th GITEX Technology Week at DWTC and toured the exhibition area that attracted more than 4000 tech companies.
Digital services provider, Elm, launched “Mojaz” service that will facilitate access to comprehensive information on used cars including the date of entry into Saudi Arabia, helping users make better purchase decisions based on reliable information from accredited sources.