Exhibition Services (SES) CEO Stephen Tan said,"The shows
brought together like-minded industry professionals to network,
discuss current trends and challenges, exchange ideas, and
forge new partnerships. This year, we received positive response
to the new conference tracks, increased hospitality suites
and new tech zones".
Electronics attracted a continuous stream of visitors with
its Smart Cities showcase of the latest in data management
and resource utilisation for public utilities - a technology
concept that is making waves across the globe.
- a robot from Nanyang Technological University's Institute
for Media Innovation - excited the crowd with its ability
to recreate a 3D representation of its surroundings as it
travelled the exhibition floor.
IT Solutions in the Korea pavilion unveiled 'Human Gate -
Lite', an indoor gateball system using infrared motion capture
of the whole body so that the player does not need to wear
any equipment or use a handheld device. The new system is
set to hit the market in August this year.
CMO of South Pacific Region Lim Chee Siong said, "Huawei
sees the value of participating in CommunicAsia, and has committed
to not only make an appearance this year, but to surprise
our customers through Huawei's innovative end to end ICT solutions.
Situated at Level 1 of the exhibition hall, the Huawei booth
received over-whelming attention from the crowds, ranging
from business partners and enterprise customers to end users
who are interested in the latest release, signature Huawei
smartphone - Ascend P1".