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ICEC to launch 5th round this October

The Middle East and Africa’s foremost smart and sustainable cities event is set to take place this year 23-24 October 2019 in Cairo, Egypt.
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ROOT Technologies, the organizer of Intelligent Cities Exhibition & Conference (ICEC) (www.icec-mea.com), has announced the dates of the 5th round of Intelligent Cities Exhibition & Conference (ICEC). The Middle East and Africa’s foremost smart and sustainable cities event is set to take place this year 23-24 October 2019 in Cairo, Egypt.

Ahmed Issa, CEO, ROOT Technologies commented by saying, “Each year we take a step forward in delivering sustainable intelligent cities for the future generations. Over the years ICEC has been fantastically well-received, and ICEC 2019 will be even more successful. With senior level decision makers and participants in attendance, we received tremendous feedback from our attendees, speakers and sponsors alike on the quality of the content, networking, generated business opportunities and the overall experience, making ICEC the must attend event to meet global industry leaders and engage in mega projects.”

ICEC brings together the most influential consultants, real estate investors, developers, mixed-use developers, city planners, vendors, technology providers, systems integrators, architects, designers, government and telecom authorities as well as contractors and building material providers. It is the leading event to gain insight on how to generate significant returns by turning your development into an intelligent sustainable city.

ICEC is backed by industry leaders such as ECG - HitekNOFAL Solutions - thyssenkrupp Elevator - Giza Systems - Bticino - Legrand - ADTRAN - ELSEWEDY ELECTRIC - HIKVision - iHome Future - SAS for Electrical Industries - OT Solutions to name a few. It is the leading event to gain insight on how to generate significant returns by turning your development into an intelligent sustainable city.

Intelligent Cities have become essential to achieve better quality of life for current and future generations. It is also one of the biggest growth areas impacting sectors such as the ICT, energy, transport and real estate sectors. Driven by the demand for advanced and 'always on' solutions and services, the Middle East is expected to play a leading role. The need to improve existing infrastructure as well as efficiently maximizing current resources is further fueling demand. Intelligent cities bring value added benefits to developers and city planners by increasing investment returns. While new services built on cutting edge technologies enrich citizens' quality of life.