Gitex Technology Week : Top 3 Eye Catching Gadgets
Gitex technology week is here and a lot is happening under its name. At the Gitex Technology Week 2018, designers from around the world try to capture an opportunity to showcase their products.
If you are a tech enthusiast and look forward to tech events, then Gitex Week event has a lot to offer.
A lot of gadgets might be making an entry to Gitex this year. However, the following 3 are going to be a must-watch.
Amal Smart Glasses
Amal Smart Glasses are showcasing at the Gitex this year. These are glasses for the blind and visually impaired.
Once you wear them, they can navigate across the city by offering voice commands. It is an interesting catch because it helps the impaired in many ways.
Essentially, you can call Amal Smart Glasses a virtual assistant for someone who can’t see. They will be able to process data such as traffic information, weather forecast and meeting schedules in real-time.
Other features include facial recognition, currency prices, prayer times, warnings and other message. All this while, it will assist you with navigation.
The Smart Police Station (SPS)
Introducing a self driving police station on board through an autonomous vehicle, the SPS lets Dubai residents pay their fines- On Board, instead of going to the local stations.
This has to be technology at its finest!
While some people still prefer paying cash or credit, the SPS will still facilitate ease for the users by paying as is.
Intel Track Systems
Working as a satellite tracking device, it gets attached to a usual shopping cart that can guide buyers towards those stores that are situated in bigger malls.
You can even shop through special offers and bookmark your favorite purchases for next time.
The Best Part?
You can pay for the goods you buy through an in-built app. How cool is that? There’s absolutely won’t be any need for cash.
The Gitex week has a lot to offer. This year, a lot of products are debuting at the show. However, the top three have been mentioned above.
Stay tuned for more updates at Tech Unveiled.