DUBAI, 23rd October, 2023 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi Government concluded its participation in GITEX Global 2023, the world’s largest tech and start-up exhibition held at Dubai World Trade Centre from 16-20 October. 26 innovative projects were launched at the event, alongside 52 agreements and Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) signed with a wide range of key digital partners.
The Abu Dhabi Government pavilion welcomed more than 42000 visitors, attracting high-profile VIPs from both the government and private sectors.
Abu Dhabi Government’s participation centred around five key pillars: Government Services, Government Solutions, Data & AI, Cyber Security, and Digital Enablement. The pavilion showcased more than 110 projects and initiatives across several fields relevant to Abu Dhabi citizens, residents, and businesses, including transport, healthcare, social wellbeing, data security, health and safety, communications, crisis management, and many more.
More than 30 Abu Dhabi Government entities participated, showcasing their latest projects at the Abu Dhabi Government pavilion.
Projects and initiatives on display to visitors at the pavilion included the latest iteration of the unified Abu Dhabi Government services platform — TAMM, as well as the Driver Emergency Alert System; AI Smart Inspection Vehicles; the 3D Geospatial Energy and Water Use Intensity Heatmap Dashboard; cyber-security app FalconLLM; the Iskan Abu Dhabi housing services app; and data management initiatives ‘Unlocking the Potential of Data for the Greater Good’ and ‘Insights and Foresights’.
“Abu Dhabi Government’s participation at GITEX Global 2023 underscores its commitment to cementing the Emirate’s position at the forefront of innovation, in alignment with the UAE leadership’s vision of leveraging digital transformation to meet the needs of its citizens, residents, and businesses,” said Ahmed Tamim Hisham Al Kuttab, Chairman of Department of Government Enablement. “Projects and initiatives showcased at the Abu Dhabi Government pavilion throughout GITEX this year highlight the government’s drive to become an agile, future-forward government capable of delivering excellence in customer-centric digital government services.”
Abu Dhabi Government entities present at the event also signed 52 MoUs with various tech players, all set to enable the Emirate’s digital future.