Ooredoo Group will showcase a wide range of transformative, advanced and emerging technology solutions, held under the theme of “Enriching People’s Digital Lives” at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona later this month.
Ooredoo will highlight how the latest innovations across the smart stadium, smart city, Ooredoo Network 2022, digital partnerships, and digital customer experience can transform customer and citizen experiences across cloud, mobility, security and the ‘Internet of Things’.
Ooredoo Group chief executive officer Sheikh Saud bin Nasser al-Thani, said, “Mobile World Congress presents the global platform to demonstrate how Ooredoo is an international innovation leader in driving the future of digital solutions to transform daily lives and businesses, and to enrich people’s digital lives.
“Ooredoo is embracing the Digital Economy and Internet of Things exchanging best practices from across our international geography in the Middle East, North Africa, and Southeast Asia. Our ecosystem of cross-connected merchants and partners are delivering seamless experiences across smart cities, smart stadiums, and engaging with communications companies.”
n Smart stadium: Ooredoo will showcase the ‘smart stadium’ experience, which enables an end-to-end football fan journey from arrival to departure in Doha.
The journey begins at the airport, where visitors receive a smart bracelet for digital payments and tickets, and then digitally check in to a smart hotel.
Fans can then take an autonomous vehicle to a smart stadium with smart gates, wayfinding, and concessions, and take the connected metro on the way back with personalised geo-targeted offers.
n Smart City: Leveraging Ooredoo infrastructure as the foundation of Qatar’s nationwide digital transformation, in line with Qatar National Vision 2030 and push for a sustainable “green” economy, along with smart irrigation and smart metering demonstrations.
Smart meters can display real-time energy usage, and help city planners manage power and water demand. Smart irrigation can also help farmers monitor and limit their water usage for supporting Qatar’s self-sufficiency in agricultural production and food security.
n Ooredoo Network 2022: Underscoring Ooredoo’s showcases will be the company’s “Evolution to 5G” and the network of the future in the year 2022. The showcases will illustrate how ultra-fast 5G networks can support a city-wide IoT platform. The IoT can transform the transportation ecosystem with autonomous vehicles, enable augmented reality and virtual reality experiences, and deliver personalised journeys across stadiums, metros, and cities.
n Digital partnerships: In securing mobile devices, Ooredoo, will showcase how it can provide customers with a security solution that protects against viruses, fraud, and malicious software without customers needing to download any apps. Customers can opt-in with a one-click solution and safely enjoy the Internet.
Driving new digital revenue streams, Ooredoo will also give a demonstration of sponsored data. Customers can opt in to an Ooredoo app promotion in which they can receive ads when they unlock their phone.
For every ad watched, they can earn points that can be turned into free data or a reward via the customer loyalty programme.
n Digital customer experience: Ooredoo will also demonstrate how communications companies can offer real-time control of core and digital services, from SMS to data, through a mobile app to transform the customer experience.
Using demos of the Ooredoo Oman and Ooredoo Malvides app, visitors can log in to the app with their social media account, and then monitor and use credit to make purchases or pay their bills.
At the Mobile World Congress, visitors can check the Ooredoo pavilion in Hall 2 – Stand 2H60 at the Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain, from February 26 through March 1.
The Ooredoo pavilion at the Mobile World Congress 2018. Ooredoo Group will showcase a wide range of transformative, advanced and emerging technology solutions, held under the theme of “Enriching People’s Digital Lives” at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona later this month.
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