The exhibition will show off housing projects such as smart housing that comes equipped with state-of-the-art technology like augmented reality and the Internet-of-Things. In addition, it will put on display properties that may attract interest of international investors including high-rise residential units, resorts, golf clubs, and luxury apartments. Participants can get insights into the world's real estate market by sitting in any of the seminars held under the banner of the East Asia Real Estate Summit.
The brochure made public on February 14 was developed by Victoria Productions that has signed an augmented reality content development agreement with the Korea Economic Daily. The six-page brochure will be available in online, printed, and augmented reality form that will include videos and images of last year's exhibition and booth information.
Park Young-shin, head of the Korea Economic Daily Real Estate Research Center, said, "Befitting the main theme 'The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Real Estate Industry Outlook,' the upcoming event will show of state-of-the-art augmented reality technology in event information and promotion."
Following the first one in September 2015 (in Songdo Conventia) and the second one in June last year (Goyang KINTEX), this year's trade show will put on more than 400 development projects offered by 300 companies in 20 countries across the world. Last year's event, as many as 2,000 business deals were signed with a total value of 170 billion won.
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