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COMEX 2019

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COMEX-Oman’s premium ICT Exhibition, held annually under the patronage of the Information Technology Authority, offers access to futuristic tools, smart technologies and IT & communication solutions. 


Held from 17 - 19 March 2019 at the Oman Convention & Exhibition Centre, COMEX will usher in an era of economic growth by tracking the progress of ICT in transforming companies & industries. As ICT applications are being realized across several sectors in Oman, COMEX will showcase technological developments across industries related to Manufacturing, Transport & LogisticsEducation, Banking & Finance, Oil & Gas and E-Commerce 


The transition to a knowledge-based information society lies at the heart of Oman's Vision 2020 and development toward Vision 2040. The private sector’s role in aiding this transformation will be highlighted at COMEX Business through specific focus on corporate solutions related to, Internet of Things, Blockchain Technology, Smart City, Artificial Intelligence, AugmentedVirtual & Mixed Reality, 3D Printing, Cloud DataCyber Security, Robotics and Machine Learning 


Similarly the public sector’s role in formulating citizen-consumer approaches characterized by secure connectivity & complimented by the Information Technology Authority’s (ITA) digital strategy will be highlighted at COMEX eGovernment 


The Smart City Conference held alongside COMEX from 18 – 19 March, will explore how to adapt concepts to meet the needs of smart city projects in Oman and transform today’s urban environment into tomorrow’s smart cities while LIFESTYLE will showcase Smart living, AR & VR zones, Gaming zones, Cyber space & Security zones, Drones & Robots. 



 
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