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NEC demos futuristic technologies for Safer Cities and Digital Governance

NEC Technologies India Private Limited hosted the NEC Innovative Solutions Fair (NISF) 2018 in Mumbai. Themed “CurioCITY”, the event showcased NEC’s innovative technologies and solutions in the fields of Smart & Safer Cities, Transport & Logistics, Telecom, Retail and BFSI, Hospitality and Governance through first-hand experience modules and solution demonstrations. The event was hosted for the first time ever in India, giving an overview of the NEC portfolio of technologies at one place.

The sixth edition of the event saw six display areas divided into thematic zones- Safer Cities, Smart Transportation, Digital Governance, Digital Enterprises, Smart Connectivity and Skill Creation. Highlights of the event included NEC’s world leading facial recognition solutions and their real life applications.

Commenting on the event, Mr. Takayuki Inaba, Managing Director, NEC Technologies India said, “India is one of the top priority markets for NEC Corporation and a key area in NEC’s global growth strategy. We are extremely happy to bring this flagship event to India and to showcase our expertise to the entire country. Our focus is to accelerate our business and strengthen NEC’s brand presence amongst the consumer landscape. The technologies exhibited  here may prove to be the ideal solutions for driving business expansion well into the future.”

The NEC Innovative Solution Fair is a flagship event for the company and was organized in India for the first time. This year’s event witnessed participation from over 500 customers, vendors and new prospects. Previously, the NISF has been held in Jakarta, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand.

Additionally, 4 seminars and panel discussions were organized on mission critical topics and were moderated by the influential news anchor and tech guru Rajiv Makhni.

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