The 26th edition of the Cairo ICT 2022 Exhibition and Conference kicked off on Sunday and will run until 30 November, with 500+ Egyptian and international companies specialized in technology and communications solutions participating in the event.
This year’s conference is being held under the theme of ‘Leading Change.’ The exhibition is the most prominent regional platform for bringing and reviewing the most important trends and technologies in the sector.
Osama Kamal — CEO of Trade Fairs International, which organised the exhibition — said that this year’s Cairo ICT session is taking place while governments’ interest in technology and its applications has reached its peak given the clear role that technology plays in accelerating the pace of economic development, improving the attractiveness of different countries for investments, and creating a distinguished business climate.
Cairo ICT deals with many and more accurate areas, including the impact of cloud computing and giant international data centres on the sovereignty of countries, as well as the issue of securing countries, institutions, companies, and various entities from the risks associated with digital transformation by allocating a comprehensive approach to cybersecurity applications and technologies based on satellite communication.
This is in light of the revolution taking place in the metaverse — which has become more mature after injecting a lot of capital into it and may result in a comprehensive change in the way people communicate — launching a new stage this year in relation to fintech.
This is after the most prominent global events called for the importance of advanced financial inclusion applications by launching a new accompanying exhibition specialised in insuretech parallel to the activities of the 26th Cairo ICT Exhibition and the second session of the Connecta Exhibition for entertainment technology, including electronic games, smart devices, and Arab-African competitions, all of which are being held under the auspices of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Researc