New Delhi : IETF 2019, the 23rd International Engineering & Technology Fair had thousands of business visitors from various countries.
CII’s Flagship Event, IETF 2019 was inaugurated by Oscar Martinez Cordoves, Ambassador of the Republic of Cuba, and Ali Illiassou, Ambassador of The Republic of Niger to India.
The event was also graced by Rakesh Bharti Mittal, President CII, Vipin Sondhi Chairman, CII National Committee on Capital Goods & Engineering and Chandrajit Bannerjee, Director General, CII.
IETF 2019 featured three concurrent events – Health Tech India; India Gaming Show; and AI India Expo (New event on Artificial Intelligence).
IETF is an event for showcasing latest technologies, innovations and products across industry segments, under a common platform. IETF 2019 showcased the industrial strengths and innovation capabilities of India through its focused and concurrent shows.
Six industry sectors covered as focused shows included Industrial Automation & Robotics, Logistics Solutions, Metal & Metallurgy, Real Estate & Building Technology, Green & Clean Environmental Technologies, and Learning & Skill Development.
On 4th February 2019 Sachin Tendulkar visited the fair during a launching of Virtual Reality game totally based on him .
AI India Expo is a new initiative by CII to showcase India’s strength in Artificial Intelligence, with active participation from global players in the sector.
Sector specific conferences on relevant subjects, ranging from Real Estate & Building Technologies, Gaming Technologies, Green & Clean Environmental Technologies, Logistics, Metal & Metallurgy, Healthcare Technologies, and B2B & B2G Meetings, were carried out during the IETF 2019.
Presence & Participation of 500 companies from over 25 countries included India, Germany, Japan, Korea, Latvia, USA, Finland, Israel, Philippines, Ethiopia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, Canada, Denmark, Iraq, Nepal, Russia, Saudi Arabia, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Sudan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, UK, South Africa, and Tunisia.
Sharing with Ten News, Visitors and even exhibitors told how beneficial this fair is for youth and even non-youngsters who believes in strengthening the work they do.
Two girls from an interior designing institute, speaking to Ten News said,
“This fair is really very beneficial for students like us. We have interacted with various exhibitors which was really helpful for us. Now we have the glimpse of what we have to do and whom we have to contact after studies to settle down with a good scope in future.”