Gitex Global 2022 in Dubai

13 Oct 2022
Gitex Global 2022 in Dubai

Gitex Global is now open, and based on the initial response and rush, it indicates that it will be the largest edition of the yearly tech convention held in Dubai.

In the more than 20 halls of the Dubai World Trade Center, over 5,000 enterprises are arranged in rows, accompanied by humanoid robots, an extensive range of AI demonstrations, and nearly every latest innovation available.

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, welcomed foreign delegations and technology firms to Gitex Global 2022 via his Twitter account.

The ceremonial inauguration on Monday was officiated by Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Finance. Reflecting on Gitex Global’s founding in 1981, Sheikh Mohammed highlighted the company’s vital contribution in establishing Dubai as a global center of technology and its critical importance towards Dubai’s agenda.

Insiders in the IT sector credit the overwhelming excitement around the event to the UAE’s ongoing investments in ICT (information and communication technology) and the scale of upcoming technical projects. Notably, government bodies emerge as early adopters of technology innovations, demonstrating a proactive commitment towards innovation investment.

Government organizations are keeping an eye on the wider picture even as they highlight possible applications for AI, machine learning, and the metaverse in the present moment and immediately. Of combining all that technology to provide smooth services in every operation that interacts with customers. In “the immediate future,” if not in the upcoming weeks or months.

There are robots at the Gitex Global displays, and they don’t look out of place. They do appear to be well-versed in their surroundings and, more importantly, to know what they are doing. According to Ashish Panjabi, Chief Operating Officer of Jacky’s Electronics in Dubai, “the growing focus on robots and their capabilities is our key focus for returning to Gitex this year.” “We want to work together with developers to build and improve applications for these new robots, including the one that offers the Robot as a Service (RaaS) business model.”

Source: GulfNews