Monthly Archives: April 2017
A heady mix of ignorance and ambition
Enviroserve UAE to Set up World’s Largest Integrated Electronics, Waste Recycling Plant at Dubai Industrial Park
- Swiss Government Export Finance Agency backs one of the largest foreign direct environment investments in UAE
- AED120 million e-waste recycling facility with 39,000 tons processing capacity to span 228,000 square feet
- Region’s first renewable energy-powered recycling facility with zero air, liquid emissions
Enviroserve UAE, a global leader in the delivery of niche waste and environmental solutions, has signed an agreement with Dubai Wholesale City for the construction of a 228,000 sq ft electronics and specialized waste recycling plant at Dubai Industrial Park, the dedicated industrial hub within Dubai Wholesale City.
The second annual The Maritime Tanker Conference will take place on Tuesday 24th October 2017 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Dubai. The event is expected to attract over 150 top executives from across the regional tanker business, as well as global participants.
Auger Torque, UK-based global engineering equipment manufacturer, sets up operations in UAE, GCC, following business partnership with United Motors Heavy Equipment
Newly formed company Auger Torque Middle East is set to bring in innovative technologies to the construction and infrastructure segment in the UAE and the wider GCC region. The launch will take place in Abu Dhabi on 25th April 2017, with support of the Department of International Trade (part of the British Embassy UAE).
Dubai International Academic City Celebrates 10 Years of Landmark Growth & Higher Education Achievements
- A decade after its launch, DIAC is now a leading international education hub with 23 universities from nine countries and over 25,000 students
- DIAC attributes its success to its “Incubator” business model, where academic partners are encouraged to start small, demonstrate value, and grow organically.
Dubai International Academic City (DIAC) this week marked 10 years of remarkable growth and achievements in the field of higher education, attributing its success to attracting academic partners focused on providing high-impact education.
GPS Navigation does not work inside buildings. For it to work, you would need to have a direct line of sight with satellites, which is not viable inside buildings. Consequently, other technologies such as Bluetooth Low Energy need to be used for navigating indoors.