Expo 2020 Dubai - Announcement
Thank you for visiting Siemens’ Expo 2020 Dubai website. We fully support the unanimous decision to postpone Expo 2020 Dubai until 1 October 2021, giving the world time to recover from the effects of a global pandemic. The Expo stands as a motive for the globe’s nations to come together and solving challenges in the spirit of cross-border inclusion, collaboration and optimism.
Our commitment to creating a blueprint for future smart cities in Dubai remains unchanged. We fully intend to play our part in ensuring Expo 2020 Dubai is a catalyst for invention, innovation and connecting minds to create the future.
We look forward to seeing you there in 2021!
Expo 2020 DubaiCreating a blueprint for future smart cities at Expo 2020 Dubai
The history of the world’s fairs mirrors the development of industrial-technological civilization, and Siemens has been participating in these exhibitions of superlatives since the first in 1851.
At Expo 2020 Dubai, Siemens is reshaping the future of urban living by creating a blueprint for future smart cities at the Expo site by integrating Siemens technologies across 137 buildings of Expo and making it history’s most digitalized, sustainable and secure Expo.
The partnership will go beyond Expo 2020 Dubai as Siemens will also support Expo 2020 Dubai’s legacy strategy by making use of the buildings as their new home for its future global logistics headquarters.
Siemens has a long history in Expo partnerships and we are delighted to be the Premier Partner for Infrastructure Digitalization, leveraging our open IoT operating system MindSphere for Expo 2020 Dubai and beyond.Joe Kaeser, President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens AG
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Expo 2020 Dubai: A Sustainable Site
With global population on the move towards urbanization; how can mega-cities of tomorrow provide essential services such as clean water and adequate waste removal? And how can they create a transportation and building infrastructure that reduces the emission of pollutants into the air while taking in so many new residents?