It participates in the "exhibition" pavilion that will be home to dozens of futuristic and innovative companies

Austria: Expo 2020 Dubai is the largest event in the world in 2021

The Austria Pavilion located in the Opportunity Zone combines high-class technology and environmental advantages.

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The Austrian pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai stated that it will be home to dozens of future and innovative companies in the upcoming international event, noting that it will not only represent a comprehensive picture of modern Austria, but will also present glimpses of its rich history of innovation.

The Commissioner-General of the pavilion, Beatrix Karl, said that “the sustainable and responsible use of resources is an old tradition in Austria,” stressing that “Expo 2020 Dubai will be the largest event in the world this year, and thus it will provide a global platform for the main issues of our days.”

She added, "We want to use this forum to present typical future scenarios for future buildings with efficient use of resources and climate."

Less energy

Karl pointed out that “with the slogan of the pavilion (Austria Awakens the Senses), it supports the vision of Expo 2020 Dubai to organize one of the most sustainable international exhibitions ever.” "70% of the traditional air-conditioned buildings in the UAE, through the involvement of companies with an exceptional vision for a better future."


Karl stated that “the Austrian pavilion, which is located in the opportunity area, combines environmental advantages and high-level technology, which makes it a strong embodiment of the importance of climate protection. On the other hand, the wing focuses on the creative use of digital technology, which became possible through cooperation with Highly experienced Austrian technology companies ».


Karl pointed out that, at present, Austrian companies are seeking to leave their permanent mark on the Expo 2020 Dubai site thanks to their strength and innovation, while emphasizing the potential for sustainable construction, through their innovations directed towards the future.

She said, "In fact, Austrian companies have succeeded in leaving their mark on the Expo site, including the company (Unger Stahlbao), which is part of the work team that has been interested in building the four entrance gates at the exhibition," noting that it is one of the most successful construction companies. The steels are in Austria and well known on the world market.


In addition, the Malaysia Pavilion participating in Expo 2020 Dubai officially announced its welcome to Serpa Dynamic Holdings Berhad, to be a main partner during the exhibition activities.

According to a statement issued yesterday, this partnership will play a vital role in supporting Malaysia's goal of enhancing its pioneering position, technologies and innovative capabilities, which it will display to visitors to the exhibition during the exceptional event.

Smart plan

Bahr Muhammad Noor, CEO of the Malaysian Center for Green Technology and Climate Change, said: “We aim according to a smart plan to show the best of Malaysia during Expo 2020 Dubai, including future technologies,” noting that “Serpa Dynamic” is the ideal strategic partner. Due to its vast experience and high efficiency, and also as a Malaysian company enjoys a unique dynamic par excellence, along with its great capabilities, successful leadership in diversified economic sectors, and its broad global presence.

The Malaysian Center for Green Technology and Climate Change is the implementing agency for Malaysia's participation in Expo 2020.


For his part, CEO of Serpa Dynamic, Dr. Dato 'Mohammed Abdul Karim Abdullah, said: “Through our participation in Expo 2020 Dubai, we will encourage Malaysian companies to take advantage of this international forum aimed at excellence, as it is an effective platform for global markets.”

The Austrian pavilion at the Expo needs 70% less energy than traditional, air-conditioned buildings.

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