The fourth edition of Cairo Consultants Forum, which was held under the auspices of the Ministry of Housing, Utilities and Urban Communities, has concluded successfully.
Under the slogan “Design to Sustain”, the forum, which witnessed the presence of the government, and a large number of Egyptian and foreign consultants, included multiple discussions on 8-9 June, on smart systems that provide services to achieve different designs, the smart infrastructure that is currently being implemented in Egypt, and the smart media that has become a part of principal from any direct dealings.
Marwa El-Gohary, commercial director of IT EVENTS, the organizer of the forum, said that the forum’s activities witnessed the presence of a group of consultants and manufacturers of industries supporting smart systems, to learn about the latest technological means, sponsored by Datwyler IT Infra, Systems Engineering of Egypt – SEE, CommScope, Barco Fluke-Network.
She added that the forum helps to introduce industries that support smart projects with the latest technological means in digital transformation, through data collection and analysis, noting that the idea started in 2018, and the first edition was held in 2019, by organizing a conference on digital transformation.
She pointed out that the company had taken the lead in discussing modern methods and presenting various industries that support engineering consultants with the latest local and foreign industries that serve the digital transformation file, explaining that the current edition of the forum witnessed a great turnout from companies and consultants, to find out the latest digital products.
She said that the company is working on developing the forum to keep pace with the various changes in all technological industries, which will have multiple effects on sustainability and designs.
Tarek El-Sukary, Director of Raw building materials technology and processing research institute at the Housing & Building National Research Center, said that President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi placed the urban development sector, improving facilities, and providing services as priorities for Egypt to enter the era of smart cities in line with the vision of 2030 and the Sustainable Development Strategy.
He pointed out that the fourth edition of the forum has reviewed good solutions for all technological elements, which appeared in the size of the turnout for the forum and the exhibition accompanying.
Mohamed El-Mansi, a systems engineer at CommScope, confirmed that the forum helps technology companies communicate with Egyptian and foreign consultants by presenting the latest digital products in the Egyptian market.