Under the motto "Technological Innovation at the Service of Road Safety", the fair, which will run until September 9th, aims to promote, empower and inspire students through different activities.
The event, according to ITEL, aims to expand Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) "at the most varied social levels and ages, "demonstrating to society and IT companies the skills acquired by ITEL students, in the three courses offered by the institution", as well as presenting "the potential for new business with the creation of startups from the exposed projects".
The participation of around 80 exhibitors and approximately 40 projects is expected, as well as more than 4000 visitors. According to a press release cited by Angop, more than 20 speakers are also expected, as well as the presence of around a dozen companies, among others.
According to the statement, cited by Angop, the event will feature a creative space, in which "imagination comes to life", and "here, creative minds come together to experiment, prototype and materialize ideas that can shape the future".
Also noteworthy is the exhibition of startups led by former students of the Institute of Telecommunications - ITEL.
You can find out more about FITITEL 2023 here.