The 17th edition of the Dubai Airshow 2021, held from November 14 to 18 at Dubai World Central International Airport, concluded yesterday in conjunction with the UAE Expo 2020 Dubai and its fiftieth anniversary celebrations.
The session was successful in attracting more than 1,200 local and international companies with the participation of 5 countries for the first time in the exhibition, and more than 80 emerging companies made big deals compared to the previous sessions. The event despite the challenges facing the world as a result of the Govt 19 epidemic.
The Dubai International Airshow was able to continue its success by hosting a number of deals and conferences, in which the number of speakers exceeded 220 speakers from around the world, as well as an audience of over 85,000. Residents of the United Arab Emirates must watch live performances for 3 hours a day in the area reserved for the exhibition grounds.
Marianne Morales, Chairperson of Ansys’ Technology Team, said: “We are very grateful for this event and we are delighted to see this excellent speed and customer attendance, and how companies here, especially companies, are establishing their engineering operations in the aftermath of the outbreak. And with its tools, new software and future focus, we greatly support.
He added: “This year, we have worked in the field of work models and safe premises, and have added all the capabilities and criteria needed to evaluate and improve engineering models relevant to our clients. We look forward to supporting future projects.
For his part, Rajoub Salamandla, Honeywell’s strategic director in Dubai, said: “It is a great pleasure to be back during the Dubai Airshow 2021 and to be an important platform for us to attend without fail.”
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