Ahmed Al-Hujairi, CEO of Worksmart, the organising company of Bahrain’s National Pavilion at GITEX said, “45 companies are expected to participate this year, an increase of nearly 50% from the previous year. This will contribute to keeping abreast of global developments in the ICT sector.”
Under the terms of the agreement, the Electricity and Water Authority will be able to access data from the Abu Dhabi Business Centre via the Abu Dhabi e-Government platform, to inquire about all data concerning economic licenses.
In addition, the RTA has also announced an agreement with the German VOLOCOPTER Company; a specialist in the manufacturing of autonomous aerial vehicles, to launch the first vehicle capable of carrying two passengers.
Immensa’s state-of-the-art facility houses over eight 3D printing systems and offers over 30 materials for production. It is equipped to build and manufacture production quality parts, components and one-off prototypes for customers across a variety of industries using a wide range of advanced technologies.
The upgraded app serves as a one-stop-shop for all ADNOC Distribution’s services and allows customers to explore and stay-up-to date with ADNOC Distribution’s latest facilities and information.
The agreement involves Omantel building an onsite, leading-edge voice and data network to support the Mall of Oman, which is currently under construction in the Sultanate.
The 360 virtual tours, captured in high-definition photographs and videos, offer visitors the opportunity to experience the unique value propositions of each hotel before making an informed decision – be it for booking hotel stays, restaurants or spa treatments.
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This is the first time that the country has remanded someone for violating a ban on support for Qatar, that Bahrain first introduced after it joined Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt in severing ties with Doha.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has teamed up with Daimler AG, the world’s biggest luxury-car maker, as an investor in a $500 million-fundraising bid by Dubai-based ride-hailing company, Careem.
It aims to revolutionise customer experience by enabling them do their financial and non-financial transactions in fast, smart and secure way.
The agreement will see Amadeus provide the company with its business intelligence technologies and access to global travel content through the Amadeus system, for the benefit of Musafir.com’s customers across the GCC region.
The new service, called Smart UAE Wallet, has been launched in cooperation with Emirates Airline, and is expected to reduce departure clearance time to between 9 and 12 seconds per passenger.
With over 70% of registrations being completed within the first 12 hours as the Haj season approaches each year, the e-service needs to be able to handle extreme spikes of traffic.