In addition to the physical exhibition in Moscow, its digital twin is created online using three-dimensional VR technology. Visitors can independently move through the halls, visit individual booths, review presented materials and digital exhibits.
The virtual exhibition, open around the clock, seven days a week, provides companies with the opportunity to demonstrate projects, products, and technologies to conference participants without attracting additional human resources. Visitors can be greeted by an avatar built into the booth. If required, avatar can be programmed to automatically conduct demonstrations and provide answers to basic questions. If visitors want to talk with a physical agent, this can be easily arranged at the booth through the built-in virtual meeting room or live chat. Online meetings can be booked using the contact form located at the booth. Exhibiting companies can engage visitors by organising webinars, demonstrations, master classes, quizzes, polls, quests and networking events. By connecting analytical tools, exhibitors will be able to receive regular reports about visitors and reviewed materials.