Technology just might be the next biggest thing for UAE. UAE’s Authorities have been keeping an eye for potential new technologies. Technology is already changing and in most cases improving every aspect of life in UAE. His Excellency Omar Bin Sultan Al Olama, the UAE’s Minister of State for AI, has high hopes for a data-driven UAE and said, “Data is the new oil.” Dubai, the largest city of UAE, aims to be the smartest and happiest city by 2020. Technology is being used to upgrade the whole country’s infrastructure and bettering the lives of many.
The United Arab Emirates (the UAE) are unmistakably attempting to transform into a leading technological hub. The UAE has recently declared its national innovation and development system that has been contrasted with a Fourth Industrial Revolution, as detailed by the World Economic Forum.
The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation is organizing It’s fifth annual Knowledge Summit, on December 5-6, 2018 Bearing the theme “Youth and the Future of the Knowledge Economy”
Digital transformation set to shift from theory to reality in the next 12 months, claims Dimension Data in the new report focusing on customer experience, cybersecurity, digital and technology futures
A new era for the Oil & Gas Industry with the launch of three of the latest connectivity solutions
Technology and automation will define the future of road transport according to new IRU research, but significant obstacles stand in the way.
Terrestrial Trunk Radio (TETRA), LMR/PMR technology, and P26, widely used public safety technologies are now outdated and are unable to meet the evolving needs of data-driven public safety operations. The new age public safety communications system demands access to text, imaging, web and video applications, which is not possible with legacy “walkie-talkie” based systems. Highly resilient, robust coverage and instant communication in daily operations and in case of emergency is the need of the modern day communication system for emergency responders, military and natural disaster responders.
The UAE society has been known for its genuine tradition in terms of tolerance, peace, cultural pluralism, openness, and coexistence. Kasia Gajewska, one of the many expats in the UAE, has flourished her career working in the country.
Collaboration between British government and Emirate of Sharjah held under the patronage of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammad Al Qasimi
The United Arab Emirates is home to more than 200 nationalities living and working harmoniously.
Tappy Technologies, the leading wearable payment enabler, recently partnered with Etisalat to offer payment and access enabled wearables in UAE as consumer demand for contactless payments continues to grow.