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10 May 2018

TIBO 2018 to feature over 100 companies from 15 countries

MINSK, 10 May (BelTA) - More than 100 companies from 15 countries will participate in the TIBO expo, Belarus’ Communications and Informatization Minister Sergei Poplov said in a press conference in BleTA’s press center.

The 25th edition of international forum on telecommunications, information and banking technologies TIBO 2018 will include an international specialized expo and a Belarusian congress on information society technologies due in Minsk on 14-18 May.

The exhibition will bring together more than 100 companies from 15 countries (Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia, the United Kingdom, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, United States, Japan). The exhibitors will also include the operators Beltelecom velcom, MTS, beCloud, Kosmos TV, OAO MTIS, the Belpochta mail service.

TIBO’s central exposition will be IT Country Belarus featuring innovative developments in the field of information technologies of government bodies and Belarusian IT companies, resident companies of the Hi-Tech Park, and their possible applications in healthcare, education, public security, transport, agriculture, and so on. TIBO will also showcase the national pavilions of Kazakhstan (the partner country of the forum this year) and Azerbaijan and also the collective stands of the State Science and Technology Committee, Minsk City Hall, the State Military Industry Committee.

This year’s expo will display the latest achievements in robotics, new mobile services and applications, IT for the urban sector and utilities services, geo-information and navigation technologies. The focus will be on startup advancement and popularization of IT among the youth.

The business program of the event will cover digital transformation and digital economy prospects in Belarus. Participants will discuss the transformation of the education system, the development of e-government and innovative infrastructure. TIBO will also feature the EAEU digital forum. Belarus will be positioned as a “digital bridge” between the EU, EAEU, and the Asian-Pacific Region.

The forum will include the annual competition for the best Belarusian internet resource TIBO Internet Awards. The ceremony to award the winners will be held on 17 May, World Information Society Day.

For more information, please visit TIBO 2018 website.

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