The Dubai International Boat Show (DIBS) 2023 will be held on 5 March at the Middle East’s largest superyacht marina in Dubai Harbour, showcasing the latest technologies in the marine industry.
From smart shipping, autonomous technologies, advanced materials and more, the show provides a platform for global industry leaders to showcase the most creative breakthroughs to local and regional markets.
With more than 1,000 brands showcasing the latest in excellence in marine technology to more than 30,000 marine enthusiasts and industry insiders, the show is the ideal platform to witness first-hand the integration of next-generation technologies and how they are being applied in the marine industry.
One of the most prestigious events on the global yachting calendar, the show attracts leading brands and industry leaders from around the world to showcase the latest products, designs and technological advancements that drive the industry.
Many of these technological innovations were found at the Equipment, Supply and Services (ESS) Exhibition, the largest maritime equipment exhibition in the Middle East, which provides consumers and buyers from all over the world with a platform to find all the maritime equipment needed to keep ships afloat. necessary necessities and special equipment.
More than 200 brands representing 51 countries are showcasing the future of marine life in real time, including Cummins Arabia, Cobham, Elcome, Finixa, Garmin, Seakeeper, Sontara and more.
Cummins Arabia, a leading manufacturer of engines and generators, is demonstrating a model of its 45KW hydrogen fuel cell, which can be used to generate clean energy for stationary and mobile applications.
Although still in the prototype stage for use in the leisure yachting industry, once it hits the market, Vivek Vincent, Cummins Arabia UAE engine sales manager, says the latter will successfully reduce operating costs by completely reducing or eliminating the need for fossil fuels, which is also good for the environment. extremely beneficial.
This game-changing product has already caught the attention of visitors to the Dubai Yacht Show, Vincent added: “This is our second year at the show and the experience so far has been fantastic; There is also a lot of traffic on weekdays.”
As well as seeing trade visitors show interest in sustainable technologies, the show saw demand for the latest technological innovations in safety, security and passenger experience.
Elcome, a supplier of technology solutions for yachts and sport fishing boats, is showcasing a range of solutions that can make operating a boat safer, more fun and more efficient. The company became one of SpaceX’s first global partners with its Starlink high-speed internet service, which provides low-latency, high-speed internet to any type of vessel around the world.
Elcome executive director Jimmy Grewal described Starlink as a “revolutionary service” and said Elcome was “very pleased with the response we got at the show from customers around the world and we are working hard to ensure they can take full advantage of the system’s capabilities.”
Dubai-based MPE showcased a range of brands at the show, including the latest in color management systems. Cromax uses next-generation web- and cloud-based technology to help body shops and boat refinishers increase productivity and achieve perfect color matches quickly, reliably and efficiently. MPE’s Technical Manager, Gulfam Mirza, praised his experience at the show, adding: “Our customers have responded very well and we’ve had some great feedback.” — trade arab news agency