Smart Dubai used its participation in the GITEX Technology Week, which was held at the Dubai World Trade Centre between 14 and 18 October, to exhibit the Emirate’s progress in its smart transformation, through various strategies, services, and initiatives.
The aim is to cement Dubai’s global lead in the smart city sector, which is why Smart Dubai collaborated with 59 government entities and private companies in Dubai, who joined the exhibition under its umbrella and showcased ground-breaking smart government services that spread happiness among Dubai’s citizens, residents and visitors.
The Exhibit reflected the partnership between the government and private sectors in the emirate, and their collaboration to provide best-in-class services to the community and spread happiness among them.
Smart Dubai signed 20 partnership and collaboration agreements with government and private entities during the exhibition.
Smart Dubai signed MoUs with the Dubai Government Human Resources Department (DGHR) to collaborate on the Dubai Careers platform and to launch the Dubai Government Talent Management System.
Agreements were also signed with Dubai Police and the Department of Finance to integrate efforts to combat cybercrimes and online fraud, according to a statement issued on Wednesday.
Smart Dubai also signed an agreement with the Supreme Legislation Committee to develop legislative activities to meet the requirements of Dubai’s smart transformation.
Another MoU signed with the Centre for Technology and Global Affairs at the University of Oxford seeks to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and expertise in advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), Blockchain, and big data.