5th Smart Cities India 2019 Expo to Host India’s First-ever MOBI Colloquium -

5th Smart Cities India 2019 Expo to Host India’s First-ever MOBI Colloquium

5th Smart Cities India 2019 Expo to Host India’s First-ever MOBI Colloquium on 23rd May, 2019, at New Delhi

MOBI is a collaboration of the world’s top automakers, start-ups, tech-giants, foundations, government, NGOs and forward-thinking mobility providers that have come together to explore the potential of blockchain in making mobility safer, greener, and more affordable. MOBI is looking to build a worldwide network of cities, infrastructure providers, consumers and producers of mobility services to enable seamless adoption of blockchain technology.

5th Smart Cities India 2019 Expo to Host India’s First-ever MOBI Colloquium
5th Smart Cities India 2019 Expo to Host India’s First-ever MOBI Colloquium

MOBI colloquiums and exhibitions explore the convergence of AI, IoT, blockchain, mobility and smart cities to build the minimum viable ecosystem for human mobility by fostering creative and professional growth. They provide opportunities for global professionals to participate learn and network on a variety of topics related to the world of mobility and blockchain technology, and how they intersect with smart city initiatives. The group has already organised a number of summits and colloquiums in some of the leading cities of the world. Exhibitions India Group has collaborated with MOBI to organise the first-ever MOBI Colloquium in India during the 5th Smart Cities India 2019 expo/Transport India 2019 expo. Specialised sessions will be held on 23rd May 2019, from 10:00 – 6:00, on the topics of Future of Mobility, Blockchain & the Sharing Economy, Emerging Applications of Blockchain in Mobility, and Blockchains in Mobility Supply Chains & Finance.

The Smart Cities expo has grown manifold in the past years from the time Exhibitions India hosted the first Smart Cities India expo in 2015. From a total of 207 exhibitors at the first event, the number of participating companies has doubled, and this year we expect 400+ exhibitors. The number of business visitors has also gone up from 12,721 in 2015 to 16,000 visitors in the 2018 edition. This year we expect the numbers to grow further.

One of the strengths of the Smart Cities India expo is the informative conference sessions and workshops organised along with the event. This year the conference will have over 250 speakers addressing 40 sessions spread over three days. More than 2,000 delegates are expected to participate in these sessions. Both, the speakers and delegates will be an impressive mixture of representatives form the Union and State ministries, PSUs, government officials, as well as diplomats, commissioners, mayors, city leaders, big names of the private sector, professionals, academics, etc.

The 5th Smart Cities 2019 India expo is supported by a number of Government of India ministries:

  • Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs
  • Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change
  • Ministry of Heavy Industry & Public Enterprises
  • Ministry of MSME
  • Ministry of Science and Technology
  • Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
  • Ministry of Water Resources, River Development & Ganga Rejuvenation
  • NITI Aayog
  • Karnataka as the State Partner

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