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DUBAI, 18th May, 2020 (WAM) — The activities of the “Integrity Middle East” exhibition – a leading event full of educational opportunities and building relationships for all poles of the professional audiovisual technology sector – concluded today, which lasted for three days. In conjunction with the 29th edition of the exhibition “CABSAT 2023” in the heart of Dubai, the global trade.
The exhibition brought together the most prominent experts from the audiovisual and media technology communities around the world and provided them with a platform to exchange knowledge and experiences and review the latest developments and best practices in the sector.
The exhibition included a number of live and interactive performances, including a 3D digital experience on a 100 square meter LED wall and an experimental interactive experience with a 90 square meter screen, built by Absen.
A number of more than 70 exhibitors from “Integrity in the Middle East” have expressed their desire to participate in the 2024 edition of the exhibition, which will provide more space for exhibitors to showcase their innovative products and solutions, and promote exchange. Knowledge and experiences through “Integrity Middle East Summit”.
This year’s summit program hosted a number of high-profile speakers, including representatives from Shure; Global Signage Alliance; HL Group; and NewTech; HQWS; University of Southern California; and others, participated in conversation sessions and panel discussions and presented presentations to the audience.
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