The public and some government delegates had the opportunity to discover what virtual reality, at the official launch of the first Interactive Digital Centre Core Building in Ebène Wednesday.
And, through various advanced technological tools available to them. Y many personalities were present, including the Minister of Technology, communication and innovation Bhadain Roshi, the Minister of Tourism and External Communications, Xavier Luc Duval, Jugnauth, Sherry Singh, CEO of Mauritius Telecom, Mats W. Johansson, Dan Lejerskar, Chairman of EON Reality and Prakash Padaruth, CEO of EON Reality in Africa.
On this occasion, CEO of Mauritius Telecom, Sherry Singh, a partner in this important project, said that innovation is realized by working with global partners such as EON. And that’s firmly that all stakeholders have stressed that innovation must be tailored so that it can find solutions to the problems we are currently facing.
Sherry Singh also stressed the transfer of knowledge in technology to increase resources. It is in this sense qu’EON decided to partner with the University of Mauritius to propose DIPLOMAS-my virtual reality to Mauritian students. Thus, the VR Innovation Academy ‘, a con-light creation unit and a showroom were born with Mauritius Telecom, Orange and State Informatics Limited.
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