Cisco Information Technology, the digital networking partner for Expo 2020 Dubai, has completed all the IT infrastructure operations in the three major pavilions.
The company said during a press conference held at the Expo 2020 Dubai yesterday that it will provide innovative services and systems based on artificial intelligence technology, pointing to the deployment of 8000 wireless Internet access points, to serve 300 thousand users daily, during the exhibition.
Mohammed Al Hashimi, Chief Technology Officer of Expo 2020 Dubai, said: “The Expo 2020 Dubai team is keen to impress millions of potential visitors by offering an exceptional experience backed by the latest technology and digital infrastructure provided by our partners. Specifically, Cisco's digital networking partner, especially as we approach the testing and readiness phase by the end of this year. ”
This came during a press conference held yesterday, on the sidelines of a ceremony at the headquarters of «Expo 2020», on the occasion of the completion of the project to install high-resolution digital networks solutions, in the areas of the three major pavilions of the exhibition, included planting a group of bushes Ghaf.
Shukri Eid, CEO of Cisco Middle East, said: “The company has recently completed 100% digital network infrastructure operations at the three major pavilions at Expo 2020, which are the regions "These solutions will enable visitors, exhibitors and organizers to connect to the network wirelessly, at the exhibition site, through any device safely and smoothly."
He explained that «the company will provide innovative services and multiple systems, based on artificial intelligence technologies in the exhibition areas, including what will be directly available to customers and visitors, including with regard to infrastructure and networks».
"Artificial intelligence will also be used to address various types of cyberattacks," he said.
Eid said that «the company will provide 8500 surveillance cameras, throughout the exhibition, allows to monitor the so-called blind spots, or follow every corner in the exhibition, pointing out that« the network of cameras will support the ability of smooth transition between cameras, to reduce blind spots, and enable teams Security and safety coverage of the entire Expo 2020 Dubai site, as well as monitoring the movement of visitors along the 4.38 square kilometers of the exhibition grounds.
He added that «more than 8000 wireless access points will be deployed, to serve about 300 thousand users per day, during the exhibition, and it will serve more than 400 final points in the IoT systems such as building management, irrigation, lighting».
Shukri Eid, CEO of Cisco Middle East, said: “The company applies the concept of 'Office of the Future', a sophisticated online application that allows employees to easily and securely search, locate and book meeting rooms. .
"When scheduling a meeting, employees can use the application to allow other participants to join remotely, using the WebExchange tool, with the option of activating voice assistance," Eid added.