GSMA's Connected City is returning to this year's Mobile World Congress after attracting 15,000 visitors last year.

This year, visitors can expect interactive exhibits featuring a range of new experiences from AT&T such as:

  • AT&T Drive Studio with a replication of the U.S. based Drive Studio recently opened in Atlanta.
  • AT&T Digital Life will showcase an end-to-end solution for home automation and energy management enabling global service providers to offer a white-labeled solution.
  • Clear Channel will showcase iHeartRadio, its all-in-one digital radio app, inside the connect car display.
  • Throughout the AT&T space Samsung will display several products including the Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Tab2 10.1”, Galaxy Tab3 7”, Samsung Zoom, Accessories, and Home Sync.
  • As part of the Connected City ecosystem, Synchronoss Technologies will showcase and demo technology solutions that power the connected lifestyle with Synchronoss Integrated Life™ and Synchronoss Personal Cloud™. 

Read more about what to expect in the Connected City at Mobile World Congress in the complete GSMA news release.