The Sharjah Business and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) announces its involvement at GITEX Modern technology Week 2018, which will certainly occur from October 14 to October 18 at Dubai Globe Trade Centre. The SCTDA will certainly be organizing a Sharjah Pavilion including 36 federal government entities-- all highlighting the most up to date electronic technologies used to assist boost the emirate's successful tourism industry.
Throughout the interesting five-day show, the Authority will certainly display different ingenious tasks at the Sharjah Structure, which include ‘Fantasy Doors’, ‘360 Sharjah Activities’, ‘Interactive Screen’ and ‘Safari Vehicle Permit System.’ The programs fulfill the objectives of the Sharjah Tourist Vision 2021 to enhance the tourism market in the emirate by developing a variety of services for travelers, travel and also tours establishments and various other stakeholders in the emirate.
SCTDA will certainly showcase 'Fantasy Doors', a smart application that offers the customer the capacity to go through the doors of their imagination making use of digital truth technology, in addition to 360-degree technology films that puts the customer within different locations in Sharjah. Meanwhile, the '360 Sharjah Activities' is a film-series based upon a 360-degree innovation that reveals various recreation in Sharjah such as parachuting, sand safaris, canoeing, among others. The state-of-the-art program is created to give an experiential feel of the tasks to the customer, therefore alluring them to participate in the actual activity.
SCTDA's presence at the show is both prompt as well as calculated, offering the authority the possibility to showcase its efforts in further boosting electronic solutions used by the tourism market, which drop in line with the proceeding unified initiatives to move in the direction of a smart government and also in support of the instructions released by H.H. Sheikh Dr. Sultan Bin Muhammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah to enhance Sharjah's position on the global tourism map.
H.E. Khalid Jasim Al Midfa, Chairman, Sharjah Business and Tourism Development Authority, said: "Our participation at GITEX 2018, the region's biggest and also essential modern technology event, is a perfect possibility to display to the general public the most recent technological experiences and innovative jobs that we have released for our stakeholders. SCTDA has actually sustained the development of different tourism options for businesses and also visitors in the emirate, one of that include supplying necessary information as well as centers for a phenomenal holiday experience."
He included: “Our participation at GITEX 2018, the region’s largest and most important technology event, is an ideal opportunity to showcase to the public the latest technological experiences and innovative projects that we have launched for our stakeholders. SCTDA has supported the development of various tourism solutions for businesses and visitors in the emirate, one of which include providing necessary information and facilities for an exceptional holiday experience.”
SCTDA will certainly be presenting its most current variation of interactive screens, targeted at offering vacationers with a more satisfying and improving experience. These screens are set up in greater than 70 tourism websites, events centers as well as numerous locations around Sharjah. The lately released Safari Vehicle Permit System which signs up desert safari drivers as well as issues new safari car allows via a smart system will also be included at the occasion. The Safari Car Permit System promotes all procedures for permit applicants without the demand to access the offices of the Authority, thus lowering the moment and also initiative associated with making an application for an automobile permit. The system consists of assessment treatments as well as notifications of violations, which inform safari drivers in case of any kind of offenses, which can then likewise be paid with the system or with a system for police violations payments.