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InfoComm Southeast Asia 2021 goes virtual

InfoComm Southeast Asia 2021 goes virtual

InfoComm Southeast Asia 2021 goes virtual

Southeast Asia:

With travel restrictions still in place and infection cases on the rise, it has been announced that InfoComm Southeast Asia 2021 will not take place next month in Bangkok as planned. Instead, show organiser InfoCommAsia is presenting the AI-powered GoVirtual event on 21 and 22 October, promising intuitive business matching, live product demos, virtual showcases and webinars.

“With GoVirtual underpinning InfoComm Southeast Asia, we can ensure the continuity of our shows and empower business end-users and stakeholders, who are no doubt feeling the pressure of accelerating digitalisation as the world gears up for a new future,” commented Richard Tan, executive director of InfoCommAsia. “The show itself sets the benchmark for live exhibitions by harnessing the power of AI, live-streaming and pro AV.”

Tan explained that GoVIRTUAL will addresses two critical aspects of exhibitions: “One, to provide visitors with advanced intelligence that will facilitate the effective matching of their needs with solutions provided by exhibitors. Two, to allow influencers and decision-makers who are unable to visit the in-person event to connect with exhibitors and watch live demonstrations of products and solutions, thereby significantly increasing their knowledge of the latest cutting-edge solutions the market has to offer. This bold step that we are taking shifts the paradigm of the exhibition experience.”

As part of the programme, the NIXT Southeast Asia Summit will explore the world of emerging technologies such as 5G, augmented and extended reality, IoT, artificial intelligence and blockchain.

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