National Pavilions on show at ITU Digital World 2021
National pavilions at the ITU Digital World 2021 Virtual Exhibition highlight the technologies and strategies powering the digital economies and driving digital transformation in Viet Nam, Japan, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Switzerland and Laos, through dynamic 3D multimedia experiences.
Focussing on resilient digital Viet Nam, the impressive Viet Nam pavilion highlights the national digital strategy driving their 2030 vision and the key missions to achieve this, the development of “Make in Viet Nam” digital products and platforms and the technologies and platforms shaping digital Viet Nam, during and post-pandemic.
In a striking 3D booth, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia showcases their Vision 2030, with focus on areas such as AI, Fintech, IoT, cloud services, robotics and 5G. Visitors can also find out key information on this dynamic ICT market environment, high-speed networks, 5G coverage and growth opportunities.
Visitors to Switzerland are invited to explore a country where “manufacturing meets high-tech,” and “tradition meets precision,” with tech innovations on show from startups and SMEs including blockchain, digital health, AI, data safety, robotics, cryptovalley, manufacturing, sensorydevices, IoT, LPWA (low-power wide area technology) and digital finance. Former ITU Telecom World Award winner Immersion4 features their data storage, computing power, accessibility and connectivity solutions that contribute to local economies and the communities.
The Japan National Pavilion showcases a raft of innovation and applications including AI software that improves the efficiency of electronic medical record-related work, multilingual chat software, apps with focus on “Meditation” and “sleep”, secure computing engine, and ICT research and development by National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Visitors to the Laos pavilion can explore innovative digital solutions such as the G-Share system, a centralized file storage system based on cloud storage, which enables government departments to streamline and move to a modern, centralized, sustainable, and international security storage centre.