What is C-Tomorrow?
An inspirational and immersive event that will boldly challenge your perception of what’s possible.
Immerse yourself in our fully experiential city of the future, and explore how our lives will be transformed.
Discover new ideas and visions for the future, from some of the best and brightest industry leaders.
Be informed, inspired and invigorated by a host of exciting C-Tomorrow experiences.
Explore the Citrix Futurion, a simulated city of the future, brought to life by our incredible brand partners.
Futurion is our shared vision of the future – a fully experiential and immersive exhibition space, exploring what the world will be like when AI, machine learning, AR and VR are fully integrated into the workforce. This simulated city will inspire you, and boldly challenge your perception of what’s possible by showcasing a future where every aspect of our lives is redefined – the way we work, learn, travel, shop, create, govern, trade. And you’ll be able to explore the city using the Futurion app, a ‘gamified’ navigation map that will guide you seamlessly through each display. Come explore the Citrix Futurion.
C-Tomorrow by Citrix will be held at the International Convention Centre in Sydney on 23 July 2019, offering a full-day experience from 8am to 6.30pm.
Free registration is available at https://www.c-tomorrow.com/.
International Convention Centre, 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000.
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