After the MWC 2017 (Feb 27-Mar 2) in Barcelona, we are to have another MWC 2017, this time in Shanghai from 28th June to 1st July, according to GSMA. The conference will be held at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC). GSMA released first details of confirmed attendees as in exhibitors and sponsors, alongside programs and activities arranged for. More than 65,000 attendees are to take part in the event, which includes professionals from the mobile industry and related sectors, and consumers.
The ultimate theme of the event – “Industry & The Human Element” – is to provide a broader perspective on changes in selecting products and services of consumers and companies, in order to cope up with the market pace. Along with establishing the makeover of interaction between companies and consumers, the exhibition is also to focus on digital natives, artificial intelligence (AI), bots, Internet of Things (IoT), and robotics. Drone Zone, Gaming Zone, and Device City are other focuses of the event.
More than 650 companies are stretching their contributing hands in the event over 7 halls of SNIEC, including the ‘experience halls’ and ‘industry halls’. The 4 summits incorporating the event are covering Future Tech, Enterprise & the Cloud, Connected Vehicles, and AR & VR.
They are to present their innovative products, services, and technologies that accommodate the upcoming future of the industries as in mobiles, automotive, and consumer electronics. Most notable companies to participate in the event are Trend Micro, 4 Years From Now (4YFN), Youth Mobile Festival (YoMo), Pudong Science and Economy Commission, Pudong New Area Commission of Commerce, Shanghai Wistropolitan Exhibition Co. Ltd., Seeing Machines, GlobalFoundries, and Chunghwa Telecom Mobile Business.
Source: Mobile World Congress