Leading technology companies gathered for JCI smart Expo at the International Convention City Bashundhara in Dhaka yesterday as a high number of youths participate to foster the spirit of innovation to make Bangladesh a smart nation.
Over 50 companies showcased futuristic services and highlighted ground-breaking technologies.
The expo is running on the sidelines of the two-day "Smart Bangladesh Summit".
JCI Bangladesh is organising the expo in association with a2i (Aspire to Innovate) of the ICT Division.
The summit and expo ended yesterday.
The expo brought together a vibrant blend of established industry giants, burgeoning startups, and enthusiastic young minds
The technology companies demonstrate their latest advancements in various sectors, including artificial intelligence, robotics, virtual reality, 5G, etc.
At a stall, students from the Islamic University of Technology (IUT) showcased their inventions. They presented their Mars rover robots.
A student involved in the project said they have successfully built two Mars rovers since 2015.
In addition to their rover creations, the team is currently engaged in developing another innovation, which they plan to unveil in the near future.
They expressed their desire to become partners of Smart Bangladesh and their aim was to attract potential investors, and they believed that participating in such expos provided an excellent platform to achieve this goal.
Fintech company Amar Pay showed its cashless solutions and Grameenphone organised a Book Fair on App and exhibited the 5G technology.
The vehicle speed monitoring technology, surveillance robot cameras were also exhibited in the fair.
The global technology company Huawei has shown various solutions for Smart Bangladesh. Walton showcases the IoT fridge.
A total of six special sessions took place at the summit, where experts and speakers from the country and beyond were present.
The invited guests and panelists highlighted possible aspects of "Smart Bangladesh" through the exchange of their experiences, knowledge and opinions.