Abu Dhabi (Etihad)
The Department of Economic Development – Abu Dhabi today signed a Memorandum of Understanding with General Electric Digital to accelerate the digital transformation of the manufacturing sector in the emirate using innovative solutions that will contribute to strengthening the UAE’s global position. Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The MoU was signed by Sameh Abdullah Al Qubaisi, Director General of Economic Affairs at the Department of Economic Development, Abu Dhabi, and Dr. Dalia Al Mutanna, General Electric Digital Head in the UAE and Global Head of Global Strategic Affairs and Operations. Markets follow the “Make in the UAE” forum, which is part of the UAE’s plans to promote industry. The Abu Dhabi Economy and General Electric will collaborate to improve the productivity and competitiveness of the digital sector, drive further progress and innovation, while adopting circular economy strategies to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases and other pollutants. Sameh Abdullah Al Qubaisi, Director General of Economic Affairs at the Department of Economic Development, Abu Dhabi, said: “This partnership with GE Digital comes as part of our efforts to ensure that Abu Dhabi’s smart and circular economy has strong partnerships and clear support. goals. The industrial sector is the largest contributor to Abu Dhabi Emirate’s non-oil GDP, with an estimated contribution of 83.5 billion dirhams. Our efforts with our international strategic partners will push the industry to play a greater role in economic diversification, thereby doubling its contribution to the economy. For her part, Dr. Dalia Al-Muthanna, Chairman of General Electric of the United Arab Emirates and Global Head of Global Markets Strategy and Operations, said: “The UAE manufacturing sector is witnessing a continuous digital transformation, which is encouraging it to achieve greater productivity and efficiency, reducing the total cost of ownership and its In addition to increasing profit margins, we are excited to use our innovative solutions to leverage the UAE’s position as a global hub for the fourth industrial revolution, while working with the Economic Development Department in Abu Dhabi to contribute to building a knowledge economy. We will work together to adopt circular manufacturing processes to ensure a more sustainable future for all. .
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