The NSW Government says some of the state’s best technology talent will be on display at CeBIT which will be staged at the International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour from 15 to 17 May.
Department of Industry Deputy Secretary of Skills and Economic Development, Zoe de Saram, said the NSW Government stand would showcase some of the best companies including Design+Industry – the company that designed the cockpit of the famous Deepsea Challenger.
“The stand is also showcasing a company from Cardiff — Henchman Products — which has developed a new system for the aviation industry to monitor tool movements in airports to help meet aircraft safety regulations,” De Saram said.
“It will be a chance to market products and services to business and government and get new insights on artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, data analytics, cyber security and e-government.”
The NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW will also be at CeBIT to promote its grants, loans and loan guarantees for start-ups and SMEs and to feature some of the best start-ups it has helped launch into market.