Emirates passengers travelling from or transiting through Dubai International Airport (DXB) can expect fewer instances of delays associated with aircraft turnaround thanks to a new innovative application built in-house by Emirates called the Hub Monitor, WAM reported.
Saudi Arabia’s Badir Business Accelerator Programme has announced that five technology companies have qualified for the programme’s third cohort.
Saudi Aramco and the Saudi Information Technology Company signed an agreement to set up a joint venture firm that will develop a platform to invest in high potential growth companies in the ICT sector.
Dubai Municipality has launched a smart training centre, which offers hands-on training using the Virtual Reality Environment.
The UAE Ministry of Finance has launched the Mohammed Bin Rashid Innovation Fund Accelerator.
Al Hilal Bank has announced the completion of its Data Transformation Programme, as part of the its strategy to enable digital evolution throughout its entire chain of operations.
France has reportedly confirmed that it will introduce its own taxation scheme for big technology players starting from 1st January 2019.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has recently accelerated its efforts to make an active contribution to the Dubai Future Accelerators strategy.
As part of the third Emirati Tech Boot Camp, Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA), the regulatory body for Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), the integrated free zone technology park, organised a demo day to give participating teams an opportunity to pitch their startup ideas to a panel of experts.
Artficial intelligence along with other emerging technologies have witnessed rapid changes similar to what the world had seen decades ago with regards to the Internet revolution, according to UAE minister.
UAE-based Careem has announced the launch of its online delivery platform for goods and services.
Saudi Aramco and Raytheon Company have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish a joint venture company that will develop and provide cybersecurity services in the Kingdom and the region.
Network International, a payment solutions provider in the Middle East and Africa, has announced that its merchant partner outlets will accept Google Pay.
The joint venture between Abu Dhabi’s Yahsat and Hughes will increase access to affordable, high-speed, satellite broadband services across Africa, Middle East and Southwest Asia.