The National Capital gears up to host the 4th edition of One Mega Event
Ground-breaking start-ups and blue-chip multinationals from 40 countries to participate and unveil their latest technology products and services at the trade show hosted by ITPO & Exhibitions India Group
New Delhi, April 27, 2018: The future of humanity lies in sustainable cities, for the strategies to improve the sustainability of the environment can profoundly improve the quality of life of people living in these cities. However, behind this lies the crucial question of how governments, industry experts, and individuals can help build and shape such sustainable cities that will determine our collective future. It is to initiate discussions around such critical issues and find practical tech-led solutions that India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) & Exhibitions India Group is bringing the 4th edition of the acclaimed One Mega Event. Scheduled between May 23 and May 25, 2018 at New Delhi’s Pragati Maidan, the event will have companies from 40 countries – from ground-breaking start-ups to blue-chip multinationals – unveil their latest technology products and services across 20,000 square meters of exposition space.
Launched in 2015, One Mega Event is the largest trade show and conference of its kind in the country. It brings together global industry leaders, exhibitors, industry associations, speakers, government administrators, municipal bodies, urban planning experts, investors, pioneers, technology innovators, architects, academia, and the media to envision the cities of tomorrow. Together, they share their views and proposals for making cities more viable, efficient, transparent, and, above all, enhancing the quality of life of its residents.
Government and business delegations from all over the globe are expected to attend the event that incorporates five vertical expos, namely Buildings India 2018 expo: Building a sustainable future, Solar India 2018 expo: Solar energy for a sustainable future, Transport India 2018 expo: Smarter transport for a sustainable future, Smart Cities India 2018 expo: Smarter solutions for a better tomorrow, Water India 2018 expo: Clean water for a sustainable future. Featuring amongst the participants at the event will be some prominent entities such as Epson India, Havells, Infineon, JK Cements, Johnson Controls, National Highway Authority of India, National Mission for Ganga Rejuvenation, New Delhi Municipal Corporation, ST Micro, Tata Group, and Vikram Solar. One Mega Event will be sponsored by SAP and Schneider Electric.
Commenting on the upcoming event, Prem Behl, Chairman, Exhibitions India Group, said, “The world is witnessing unprecedented urbanization at present, and there is perhaps no other country that is getting urbanized as swiftly as India. If unplanned, this leads to several critical issues such as overcrowding, congestion, and declining quality of life. Addressing these concerns requires well-designed cities that can deliver benefits in terms of economic development and prosperity, as well as encourage creativity and learning. Through this event, we endeavor to inspire people who already live in urban areas to look at their cities through a new lens and develop fresh insights which can help governments manage extant urban challenges. Our vision is to help all stakeholders across the value chain see how they can help in building robust urban infrastructures and sustainable energy, water, and transport systems by combining synergies and working towards a common goal.”
Ranked #1 on Googlelistings, and considered a must-attend event in this genre worldwide, One MegaEvent features action-packed conference sessions, panel discussions, andplenary sessions, and provides opportunities for one-on-one meetings, groupdiscussions, and networking activities. A full line-up of over 50 conferencesessions enables delegates to collaborate and share best practices across awide range of smart technology areas. Through a world-class exhibit space, OneMega Event ensures an experiential trade show for all involved in promotingefficient buildings, solar power, smart transportation, smart cities, and smartwater management.