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Must know event technology trends

 

The awareness and acceptance of developments in event technologies offer promoters and locations the strategic edge. Studies suggest that event technologies will improve participation by 20% and efficiency by 27%. However, with new event technology continually evolving, how do you decide how to consider? We chat about event infrastructure patterns from architecture to debriefing – from early preparation sessions to post-event studies.

In 2020, the event technology developments will continue to be pursued by event planners in a modern era of immersive, digital and customised activities. Many are looking at patterns to progress in their business in this modern age, in particular in the COVID-19 crisis. For event management companies in Dubai, this is a ground-breaking year and there are fantastic chances to attend the hybrid activities.

Attendee experience

This can be achieved in two ways. One way to handle the viewers as people is by direct contact. You can send push alerts, emails and texts to each participant and suggest sessions to them. The participants can select their own experience. Secondly, we give a vast variety of topics so many people suffer during the quarantine and choose to take advantage of their opportunity to build new skills and to extend their resumes as work offers deflate. Themes vary from fashion to industry to technology. Items are also available. The simplification of enrollment and the removal of needless complexities are also considered. And for hybrid activities packages which people can book affordably and conveniently.

Facial recognition

It is a programme that watches, tracks and saves the features of a person. It's useful today due to the burden on contactless tests that will be needed for the next few years. It helps in live streams where the names of any speaker are used. You must, however, take steps to avoid data fraud and work with your cybersecurity provider.

3D Event diagramming

To ensure efficient floor plans, seating, flows, foot traffic, lighting, cabling and other space components, a thorough, accurate view of an event configuration must be presented. Technology for easy-to-use, interactive event preparation, reliable to modify, regardless of location configuration and size.

Second screen technology

During the conferences and meetings, attendees use their smartphones, so it makes sense to use the show as a platform for interaction. The second-screen technology, which is used on any mobile device, improves learning and offers visibility into participants' behaviour. The group will observe slide-shows, take surveys and votes, and engage in text-based questions with the participants. The pages, charts, videos and other material are available, and the website and social media links are followed.

Smart badges

Wearable technology lets you pace the process, control access and track the actions of attendants with lower workers. It also raises ROI for exhibitors, who can get visitors using the technology to visit a stand based on the profile of an individual. The system will also warn planers to booths that do not attract enough tourists to enable exhibitors to increase foot traffic.

Venue sourcing networks

Event managers are gradually looking to place source networks to link to a specific event on the ideal website. Planners can instantly send RFPs or quotation requests via the Cvent Supplier Network and monitor them using their event management tools.

Geofencing

Planners can sell geofencing to exhibitors and promoters to participants in competitions, or even advertise their case on participant equipment in a competitive event under a different geofence. The smooth videos and check-ins, along with automated software updates, would also provide participants with a smoother experience as soon as they move on-site.