ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Erbil, the money of the autonomous Kurdistan Location, will start off its 2nd once-a-year information and facts technology fair on Wednesday, where neighborhood and international tech brand names will acquire component in the four-working day party.
The reasonable, dubbed the Hawler (Erbil) Information Technology Exhibition (HITEX), is predicted to be attended by approximately 100 nearby and global firms from 26 distinct international locations, head organizer Farhang Bradosti advised Kurdistan 24 on Friday.
International firms will be arriving from the US, China, the United kingdom, and the United Arab Emirates, he said, adding that the occasion also embraces just about 40 compact projects from neighborhood innovators who will showcase their wares and principles.
Collaborating tech enterprises and panels will protect the fields of Artificial intelligence, Robotics, Drones, VR/AR, User technological know-how, Clever properties/IoT, Wellness/health/wearables, Personal computer/Cellular Hardware & Computer software, Electronic Imaging/Video, and Gaming, in accordance to the event’s web page.
The function is having position from 10:00 in the early morning until eventually 6:00 in the afternoon, every single day among June 16 and 19.
Anybody is welcome to show up at the cost-free occasion, but all will have to pre-sign-up and pick up a individualized entry badge on arrival.
The Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Section of Information and facts Know-how supports HITEX, partnered with the Rwanga Basis, a neighborhood schooling-based mostly group.
The honest was canceled previous 12 months owing to the coronavirus pandemic. This year’s exhibition will be the initial global party of its variety to be held in Erbil as COVID-19 constraints are progressively lifted.
“We are setting up to operate almost 7 extra exhibitions until eventually the conclusion of the 12 months,” stated Soran Qadir Aziz, the head of Erbil International Exhibition, to Kurdistan 24.
In addition to the tech companies, the honest will hold a meeting on the newest technological developments now emerging across the planet.
Editing by John J. Catherine
Additional reporting by Dena Farighi