The concept of communication between devices, machines and bringing energy fields closer to each other will be the focus of a conference to be held next week in Abu Dhabi.
The M2M Technology Forum, organised by IQPC, will be held
The pressing need to improve the safety of offshore assets and crew in the region will be addressed at a forum, to be held next week in Abu Dhabi.
The Offshore Support Vessel Technology 2013 Forum, organised by IQPC Dubai, will be
Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region accounts for about 26.6 million diabetics and the region spends $5.5 billion annually on diabetes, an expert said.
Six countries in the region - the UAE, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman and Sau
IQPC, a global provider of conferences and large scale events, has launched the World Stadium Awards to recognise innovations and developments in sporting venue design.
The premier World Stadium Awards will be held in Doha on June 4 at the
Qatar will be investing approximately QR45 billion ($12.36 billion) on improving and creating road networks during the period between 2011-2015, a report said.
The total value of ongoing road projects in the GCC was an estimated QR65 billi
The Middle East is a fast growing market for clinical research based on availability of infrastructure, access to patients, faster timelines and low costs, said the organisers of an upcoming clinical trials event in Dubai.
Nearly 82 per cent of respondents defined the human factor as "very important" for process safety management (PSM) in a recent survey conducted by the organisers of an upcoming conference on process safety in Abu Dhabi.
Organised by the In
A major electronic health records summit that was scheduled to be hosted in Bahrain has been moved to Dubai due to the unrest in the region.
The Middle East Electronic Health Records Summit 2011, organised by IQPC, is now set to take place
A demonstration with architectural acoustics and the impact on the design of public address and emergency evacuation systems in a glass enclosed transportation center is set to feature at an upcoming acoustics forum in Riyadh.
The consumption of plastics in the GCC has increased from 19 kg per capita in 2000 to 39 kg per capita in 2010 and should reach the kind of levels seen in developed markets by 2020, said the organisers of an upcoming packaging event in Riyadh.