ABU DHABI, 30 September 2022 (WAM) — The Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformance Council (QCC) has published the region’s first Abu Dhabi Technical Readiness Guide, aimed at supporting innovation and entrepreneurship. In the emirate by enabling the adoption of new and innovative technologies in high potential business projects.
Published after approval by the Council’s Standing Technical Committee on Technical Standards in Abu Dhabi, the guide is a comprehensive study of the world’s best international standards that provides a unified measure of the level of technical readiness and maturity in Abu Dhabi. Based on
The guide was published at the request of the Abu Dhabi Competitiveness Department, Abu Dhabi Economic Development Authority, in agreement with a working group led by Abu Dhabi Economy and members of a number of bodies, including Abu Dhabi National Oil. Company (ADNOC), Emirates International Aluminum Corporation, UAE University, Municipal Transport Authority, Education and Knowledge Authority, Culture and Tourism Authority, Health Authority, Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre, Energy Authority, Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority, and Abu Dhabi Environment Authority.
This guide aims to develop a uniform measure of technology maturity and readiness levels in Abu Dhabi. This leads to making references to various international standards. It also provides a uniform and reliable standard for assessing the readiness of new technologies, enabling investors, government agencies, R&D centers, innovation incubators, and stakeholders to become an effective tool for associated risk assessment. Helping you make an informed decision about hiring as a technology development.
As an integrated professional reference, this guide aims to better identify the stages of technology development and provide both innovators and investors with the tools and guidance they need to make the right decisions. , to support innovation in Abu Dhabi.
Badr Khamis Al-Shamili, Executive Director of the Council’s Conformance and Standardization Services Division, said the publication of the guide follows the direction of the Abu Dhabi government to focus and pave the way for sectors of the economy that rely on knowledge and innovation. said it was in line. To deploy technology appropriately by the relevant authorities in various sectors in light of their readiness and maturity for service objectives and needs in Abu Dhabi.