Showtime Events India Pvt Ltd Chosen Again for India Pavilion at CoP24, Katowice 2018
by Madiha Khan Industry Watch | December 10, 2018 | News
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The Indian pavilion at COP24 Katowice - conceptualised, designed and managed by Showtime Events India Pvt Ltd, offers a unique showcase of India's positive actions on climate change to the global audience through state-of-the-art technology led installations on India’s initiates in the fight against climate change.
India Pavilion @ CoP24 Katowice 2018
While the structure design is inspired from the National flower of India - Petals of the Lotus Flower with intricately carved lattice work, what makes us stand further apart from the rest are the 4 technology led installations namely the Robotic Arms Integrated 3D models with an LED display showcasing the top 4 on the table, like the Renewable Energy, Smart Cities, LED success story and Afforestation; the ‘Green Good Deeds’ Interactive Bicycle Activity; The ‘India Leaps Ahead’ Display on Interactive Projection Touch Tables and the LED Holo projection fans showcasing the rich culture of India; which have already gained mounting popularity at the summit.
Having created the last 3 Indian Pavilions at CoP21 Paris, CoP22 Marrakech and CoP23 Bonn, Showtime decided to go one notch higher this year at CoP24 Katowice 2018 dedicating the ‘design and technology’ to the progress India has made in the fight against climate change in last few years.
Intricate lattice work surrounding the pavilion
The pavilion was inaugurated by Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, GoI on December 3rd, 2018 and the showcase and side events will be ongoing till the 14th December 2018 at the pavilion in the beautiful Spodek Arena of Katowice, Poland.
MoEF&CC Dr Harsh Vardhan inaugurating the India Pavilion
Interactive Projection Touch Table
Green Good Deeds Interactive Bicycle Display
Inaugural session in the Auditorium
The team with Dr. Harsh Vardhan, from L-R : Diviya Verma, Shabir Singh, Neeraj Joshi, Anand Rajput, Shruti Bansal and Shwetaa Singhania.
Anjan Chatterjee, National Creative Head, Showtime Events India, says, “The design of the pavilion tells the story of how our country has been one with nature for thousands of years and how by using cutting edge visual technology, we are leapfrogging to the future which is sustainable and does justice to our natural resources”.
The event offers a showcase of India's positive actions on climate change through state-of-the-art technology led installations on India’s initiates in the fight against climate change.