Immensa Technology Labs (Immensa), the UAE-based Additive Manufacturing (AM or 3D printing) company, has announced its partnership with Dubai-based Monogram Eyewear to present the first high-end, 3D-printed eyewear product line in the UAE.
As Dubai Metro celebrates its ninth anniversary, we look at the technological advancements of what is still the world’s largest driverless metro rail.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will drive the way cities are run and it might happen sooner than expected.
Close to 48.2 million tonnes of eWaste was generated in 2017, of which only 20 to 25 percent was documented to be collected and recycled, revealed a new Frost & Sullivan report.
Integrating online and in-mall shopping, the development is designed for the new era of digital, connected and tech-savvy customers.
Sipchem has launched its innovation club ‘Sipchem Tech’ in Saudi Arabia with the aim of building the capabilities of the youth in various fields, including artificial intelligence (AI), programming, 3D printing and robotics.
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) in partnership with Mediclinic, Mercuris and Immensa Technology Labs, helped an Emirati double amputee recently became the first to receive 3D printed transtibial prosthetics.
Immensa Technology Labs has submitted the first 3D printing related patent from a UAE-based company.
A leader in the regional value-added distribution space, Redington Value has signed a Middle East and Africa distribution agreement with PTC, a renowned global Internet of Things (IoT) solutions provider.
The new project aims to harness the benefits of 3D printing technology to help with criminal investigations and in presenting evidence in a concrete way and clearly link them to crimes.