‘The mobile is everything’ is the motto of this year’s MWC-2016
Mark Zuckerberg at MWC
The creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, and the current world champion of Formula 1, Lewis Hamilton, will be the stars of the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) in another record edition it expects to attract more than 95,000 attendees to the Catalan capital and return to exceed the figures of the previous year. For the third consecutive year the founder of Facebook attend the Barcelona fair, which no shortage of great leaders in the technology industry.
The congress will have increased security measures. The organization estimates the economic impact of 460 million euros, 24 more than last year, and estimated that 13,000 temporary jobs will be created. The internet of things will have a special role among exhibitors and become more sophisticated smartwatches.
The Mobile World Congress will be accompanied by a great safety device “will be visible”, as detailed organizing committee CEO John Hoffman, in presenting the 2016 edition Last year about 2,500 officers were deployed and the 2016 will expand the device. The credential of Congress will have a new identification and data will be shared with police to identify potential terrorist attacks. The police presence will be more visible both inside and outside Congress.
In addition, the security perimeter in Fira Gran Via will expand and goods receipts will have scanners and police dogs. All this will be managed from an advanced police center installed on the same fairgrounds.
By Metro Airport
It will also be the first edition of MWC with Line 9 in place, which allow visitors to reach by subway from the airport. “It’s a dream come true”, said Hoffman. The space for accreditation at the airport will be expanded and accreditation points will also be installed in the Sants and Paseo de Gracia with the aim of congressmen come to the fair with neck and hung credential.
The reign Mobile
“Mobile is everything” will be the motto of this year’s MWC will be held from 22 to 25 February. More than 2,100 companies from different sectors such as telephony, automotive and finance, will show their latest products in the field of mobility. Acer, Fujitsu, Google, Huawei, Nokia, Visa, Telefonica, Sony, Samsung, Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Intel, Lenovo, LG, MasterCard, Microsoft and Vodafone are some of the multinationals who will be attending the conference, which also More than 4,000 journalists from around the world will be credited.
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