The Netis Technology group announced on Tuesday at a press conference the holding of the first edition of “Netis Technology Day (NTD)” in Lomé. This annual event organized for the Togolese public will take place next Friday. The aim is to present the innovative technologies on the rise in the various activity sectors, such as Telecom (Optical Fiber, Pylon), Energy (Generators, Solar Panels) and Drone (Data Acquisition, Site Inspection).
NTD is open to the general public with a strong emphasis on professionals, young graduates or students in the telecommunications, renewable energy, electricity, electromechanics sector.
This first edition focuses on the theme: “Technology and innovation: How to build smart and robust telecommunications and energy infrastructures?” “.
B2B meetings are planned with international professionals and experts from various fields of activity to share experiences and knowledge on telecom and energy workshops. These experts will especially talk about the issue of ”Smart Energy, strategic issues for the energy of the future”.
Netis Group wants to bring the players together
“This annual event will bring together operators from the telecom and energy sectors. We wanted to create this event with networks and exchanges to put all the problems, challenges on the table and challenge us as Netis and the other companies operating in the same sector”, explained Asmae Fahlaoui, communications and financial market manager at Netis Group. .
The event is expected to be an opportunity to share technology topics and find solutions for Togo and other countries.
Netis is a world leader in the telecommunications industry with more than 12 years of experience in the design and development of high-performance network communication solutions.
With its industry-leading software and hardware solutions, NETIS Group provides a revolutionary approach to the network edge for service providers, enabling them to deliver the highest levels of service innovation to customers. In Togo, the team is present in Lomé and throughout the territory.