Dubai telco du's Idea Hub continues to thrive

du showcased its role towards creating ideas that power the UAE’s government entities.
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Hosting government representatives during a recent visit to the Idea Hub, Farid Faraidooni, Deputy CEO -Enterprise Solutions, EITC, along with other senior executives presented the company's latest advancements through IoT use cases, Smart Metering, Blockchain Platform as a Service use cases, Smart Energy Management, and Artificial Intelligence developments.

Farid Faraidooni, Deputy CEO - Enterprise Solutions, EITC, said: "As a pioneering enabler of digital transformation in the UAE, du is proud to be able to showcase how its full suite of technologies and solutions can drive the seamless futures of the UAE's government entities. By hosting the Ras Al Khaimah e-Government Authority at the Idea Hub, we are honoured to present how our inspiring ideas and innovations can bring about significant development for the progress of the UAE's Emirates and how we can build the country's digital future."

H.E Eng. Ahmad Al Neaimi - General Manager, e-Government Authority, (EGA), RAK said: "The Idea Hub provided real perspective of how technology can be harnessed to create a safer, happier and more seamless smart city experience for citizens and residents. The digital transformation process is now a lot clearer for the RAK e-Government Authority, and we are inspired by how the hub's comprehensive ideas can shape the digital roadmap for our government department systems and processes."

EITC's Idea Hub was launched in 2018 to provide ICT solutions that empower the UAE's government entities and organisations by leveraging the latest platforms and technologies.

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