With the participation of 40 public and private exhibiting companies, the activities of the specialized communications exhibition “Expo Tech”, which is held by Thiqa Company for Exhibitions and Conferences, were launched this evening at the Sheraton Aleppo Hotel and will last for three days.
The exhibition includes the latest programs, devices and modern technologies concerned with communications and ways of employing them and benefiting from them in various industrial, engineering and information systems fields.
In statements to SANA reporter Benin, Director of Thiqa Exhibitions Company, Waseem, appealed that the exhibition is the first of its kind in the field of technology, communications and information specialization after the liberation of the city of Aleppo from terrorism, where it was reorganized, pointing to the diversity of the exhibition’s fields and pavilions that deal with communications, Internet service providers and electronic payment.
SANA’s camera monitored the views of a number of participants, as the director of the branch of the Syrian Telecom Company, Eng. Anwar Rahwan, explained that the aim of participating in the exhibition is to familiarize citizens and visitors with the package of advantages offered by the Syrian Telecom Company, which includes fixed phone services and the Internet of all kinds through “DSL” gates, micro links and the Internet via fiber. Photovoltaic and electronic citizen service center services.
The head of the Administrative Committee of the Syrian Scientific Society for Informatics in Aleppo, Eng. Samer Alaya, pointed out that the pavilion includes the internet service provider, in addition to introducing the association’s activities, which include new courses for children and adolescents about the robot and the applications implemented by the participating children in order to teach them how to control the machine and benefit from it in the future in national industries.
Engineer Mahmoud Youssef from “Jouri Tech” for electronic payment, noted the importance of participating in the exhibition, which contributes to the disclosure of services provided to citizens, especially those related to banks and the payment of electronic payment to save them the trouble and shorten the time.
Eng. Khaled Askif drew attention to his participation in the exhibition through a team to provide Internet solutions, software, web design and applications, and digital marketing, noting that these exhibitions contribute to Syria's strong return in the areas of software service, in addition to exchanging experiences in the fields of communication and global technology service in light of the digital revolution worldwide.
Muhammad Ajam pointed out his participation in the exhibition through the electronic application, which is the comprehensive guide for any event held in the city of Aleppo and later in the Syrian governorates. He indicated that he participates in mobile screen maintenance services, in addition to providing a number of accessories related to smart phones, stressing that the exhibition constitutes a gateway to reach the largest segment of citizens.
A number of visitors to the exhibition expressed their admiration for the modern technologies related to communications and computer programs, which will be used in the future by electronic payment.