The event was held with a view to DEWA becoming one of the most prominent digital utilities in the world, in line with the Fourth Industrial Revolution that the world is experiencing.
Emirates has signed a new agreement with Thales to equip its 777X fleet with the “next generation broadband inflight connectivity” using Inmarsat GX global network.
As an expanding segment of the broader fintech universe, RegTech intersects regulation with innovation to revolutionise the financial services industry.
Madhu G.N., Al Siraj Holding, believes investing this money in technology and cost efficient practices can give rise to new verticals in Oman.
According to the speakers, blockchain has many years before going mainstream, but it is a very promising technology across industries.
According to a company statement, “Omantel has started experimenting with 5G for the first time in the Sultanate in partnership with Ericsson MEA.”
“AI has become all the more important as an engine for nation-wide smart transformation following the launch of the UAE’s AI strategy,” said SDG’s CEO Wesam Lootah.
Essa Kazim, governor of the DIFC, said the fund would help to establish “start-up and growth-stage fintech firms looking for access to the MEASA (Middle East, Africa and South Asia) markets”.
The Global EVRT team will launch these charging stations and engage with the local community to spread awareness on electric vehicles – a step that will play a major role in EV adoption in the Sultanate.
The purpose of the MoU is to establish a strategic relationship between the ITA and NTF to promote Omanisation and boost skill development activities in IT fields.