How the Pandemic has Impacted Communication Service Providers Across Different Vertical Markets.
Kuwait’s Ministry of Electricity and Water, in partnership with Zain and SAP, has started deploying the smart metres that will reach a total of 800,000 electrical metres and 300,000 water metres to homes and organisations.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is cooperating with Microsoft to develop new quantum-based solutions to address energy optimisation and other challenges where classical computers have serious limitations.
Abu Dhabi and Singapore have signed nine Memorandum of Understanding, MoUs, in power and water sector, to facilitate development of joint projects in knowledge sharing, joint research and technology transfer in power and water sectors.
Sensus has announced a partnership with STC Specialised (part of Saudi Telecom Company Group) to provide a secure, spectrum communications network to utilities firms in Saudi Arabia.
Amer Khreino, CEO, Raqmiyat, elaborates on the 34-year-old firm’s plans to evolve into a next-generation services provider with deeper systems integration capabilities by 2020.
ABB and IBM have inked a strategic collaboration deal to bring together ABB’s digital offering, ABB Ability with IBM Watson Internet of Things cognitive capabilities.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has launched a new and innovative phase of issuing No Objection Certificates (NOCs) related to residential utility connections (electricity and water).
DEWA has recently received the COBIT5 certification in governance and information technology operation control, which according to the firm is a reflection of its excellence in cybersecurity, and leading position in different technical fields.
The certification, according to the firm, is a reflection of its excellence in cybersecurity, and leading position in different technical fields.