QITCOM 2019 Conference

QITCOM 2019 Conference aims to facilitate discussion between policy makers and digital solution providers to address challenges across the Digital ecosystem, foster innovation, Governance, anticipate market demand, and act as a launchpad for emerging digital technologies. This conference will bring together senior-level government officials, business associates, academics, innovators and investors over two days - with an opportunity for exclusive networking, experience exchange and insightful debate. 
The theme for QITCOM 2019 is "Safe Smart Cities".
Interested Speakers can share their profiles here

Digital clusters

Digital clusters are driving economic growth by stimulating innovation and knowledge spill overs. Cities and regions that are successful in creating Digital Clusters are experiencing rapid job creation, economic growth, international investment and are attracting global talent.

Public Services and Cybersecurity

Digital technology enables governments to better engage with citizens through more responsive service design. Protecting critical infrastructure, cloud services, data privacy, and maintaining cybersecurity are key for the implementation of smart cities.


Athletes are enhancing their performance through equipment and connected health devices, and in-stadium entertainment is being transformed by Internet of Things, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. With Doha emerging as the sporting capital of the GCC and with the World Cup in 2022, new technologies will change the way that Mega sports events are manged and experienced.


Technology provides an avenue for governments to drive more efficient resource consumption, transition away from the hydro carbon economy and look towards a more sustainable future. Building sustainable communities relies on a solid system for the production and consumption of food, water, waste and energy.


Emerging technology is revolutionising healthcare and reducing the cost of managing the increasing prevalence of chronic metabolic disease. Artificial Intelligence has enabled digital diagnosis and the delivery of virtual healthcare, while the Internet of Things is improving the wellbeing and experience of patients under care.


Technology can enable more efficient transportation systems that can improve mobility, save time for citizens, maximise government resources and facilitate the transition to a low carbon economy. Low carbon and autonomous vehicles, intelligent transport systems, sustainable mobility and traffic management are driving the future of transportation.