Come and experience the technological foundation of our future at the Startup zone!Small White Intelligent Robot With the built-in infrared emitters, the Robot allows users to control home appliances using mobile apps or voice control Shenzhen Qianhai Pengyuan Information Technology Co., Ltd Booth: 3CON-210Wireless Communication System for Lighting Solutions The system enables the operation of a lighting fixture equipped with the wireless module from mobile equipment, via the main controller installed on a Linux microcomputer and wireless module A-Sum Technology, LLC Booth: 3CON-225The i [email protected] Pavilion was developed by the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) to provide an effective new channel for tech startups to contact and network with potential investors and the market at large.UNICEF collaborates with partners to develop educational systems that provide the world’s most disadvantaged children with learning opportunities that change their lives and the lives of their children.In 2016, UNICEF: • Supported 15.7 million children and over 330,000 classrooms with learning materials.• Trained 39,000 school communities to make their schools healthier, better planned and managed, and more accessible to children with disabilities.• Reached 11.7 million children in humanitarian situations with educational support.Chilled out hip-hop beats provide a soundtrack, old-school films (like Back to the Future or Ghostbusters) are projected onto a wall and a foosball table welcomes guests in the entrance.The aim is for diners to feel at home and relaxed in a completely unpretentious environment.Early learning: building a foundation to prepare young children for school and learning at the right age.Equal access: finding ways for more children to attend school – especially girls, children with disabilities and children who face discrimination based on race, ethnicity, disability or migration status.
Collecting new revolutionary concepts from over 100 tech startups based in Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, India, Japan, Taiwan and the United States, the zone takes investors, buyers and manufacturers on a journey of innovation and breakthroughs in Apps, AR/VR, Big Data, Consumer Tech, E-Commerce, Healthcare, Io T and IT Services.
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Emergencies: securing children’s right to attend school in emergencies and bolstering education systems so children and schools can live through – and past – conflict and disasters.
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