Tamdeed Projects focuses on telecom networking & smart building solutions at BICSI MEA

The company promoted innovation across the telcom network, and focussed on smart hospitals
Tamdeed spoke about the need for smat hospitals during its speech at the BICSI MEA Conference. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Tamdeed spoke about the need for smat hospitals during its speech at the BICSI MEA Conference. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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Tamdeed Projects, a subsidiary of Etisalat Services Holding, reinforced its commitment to support the ICT community and promoting innovation within all aspects of telecom network and smart city solutions, at the two-day BICSI MEA Conference, held recently under the theme, ‘A Connected World: Smart Cities, Smart Buildings, Smart Infrastructure, and More!’

Outdoor network solutions provider, and indoor structures networks integrator, Tamdeed was the event’s diamond-level sponsor.

Tareq Salman, general manager, Tamdeed Projects, opened the conference with a Keynote Presentation on ‘Building a Smart Hospital…that Stays Smart Well into the Future’, with the new Al Ain Hospital as a case study. Tamdeed undertook this flagship project and implemented a standards based approach towards survey, engineering, supply, installation, commission, integration, testing the extra-low voltage package of works of this 700+-bed hospital on a turn-key basis.

He cited the key learnings of the healthcare project: the importance of integrated building management and security systems; making rooms more patient-centred, and providing a fully-integrated electronic medical record system, way finding and customer feedback kiosks, location tracking devices and electronic status boards that directs patients to respective treatment rooms, display news and health care information.

The conference was organised by Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI), a professional association supporting the advancement of the information and communications technology (ICT) community covering the spectrum of voice, data, electronic safety & security, extra low voltage, audio & video technologies and project management. The event featured workshops and keynote talks from international industry experts presenting on the latest advancements in the world of ICT.

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