GSMA Innovation City, the new virtual reality zone, Drone flying cage, and g MWC Shanghai will be some of the most popular attractions at this year’s event. For four days, this conference is free to attend, and it’s family-friendly, so families with children six years and older can visit the show for free. We take a look at the most interesting attractions at MWC Shanghai to learn about the latest in mobile technology and explore new possibilities.
The Mobile World Congress in Shanghai is one of the biggest events for connectivity professionals. The conference runs alongside a three-day exhibition, attracting thousands of decision-makers from around the world. The event features the entire ecosystem of mobile technology, as well as consumer-specific experiences that are sure to excite attendees. The show also features many industry leaders, including Samsung, Huawei, and Ericsson. Here are some of the most noteworthy highlights from the show.
The GSMA has announced the first details of the MWC19 Shanghai conference, which will be held in the Shanghai New International Expo Centre from 26-28 June. The conference is expected to bring together more than 60,000 industry experts from all over the world. It will be held alongside the GSMA Innovation City and will be themed around the latest trends and developments in mobile and connected society. Among other highlights, the conference will include the Asia Mobile Awards. The awards are open to all in the mobile ecosystem, and will feature awards ceremonies on the final day of the conference.
If you’ve ever been to a trade show or event with a drone, you might have noticed the new drone flying cage. This enclosed system is used to keep a drone safe during routine inspections of large assets, such as nuclear power plants or pressure vessels. This device is useful for disaster situations and everyday applications in many different industries. It has also been referred to as a drone cage. Here are some reasons why you should use one:
The Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2016 is all set to be a VR paradise. The GSMA, the global trade association for mobile phones, has unveiled new developments that will allow attendees to experience 360-degree virtual reality experiences. This event will be held in Shanghai, China, from the 27th to the 29th of June. GSMA will be showcasing cutting-edge technologies, including virtual reality headsets and the latest AR/VR apps.
The GSMA has teamed up with the largest skate park operator in Shanghai to bring professional skateboarding to Mobile World Congress Shanghai. The Consumer Lifestyle Hall E7 will become a custom skate park and professional skateboarders will be demonstrating their skills. There is no shortage of skateboarders and spectators at this event. If you’re in Shanghai and want to catch the action, check out our special report on the event.
Cyberport community companies recently debuted their latest products at the MWC Cyberport Pavilion and hosted a panel discussion on the ICT HR market. In collaboration with STEP and Zhen Fund, Cyberport organized two events during the event. TechCrunch conference featured four days of discussions and networking amongst global peers. The conference featured events such as hackathons and VC Meetup. Startup Alley was also featured with a hackathon and talks by tech luminaries.
If you are interested in the latest trends in the industrial Internet of Things, you must attend the Enterprise IoT Summit at Mobile World Congress in Shanghai. The Summit will feature a comprehensive agenda, keynotes, breakout sessions, and case studies. Learn the basics of IoT, business case, and practical applications in a variety of vertical industries. You’ll also learn about the latest IoT technologies and business models.