DEWA and its digital arm, Digital DEWA, are displaying a variety of its major projects and innovative digital initiatives at the 41st GITEX Technology Week…reports Asian Lite News
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) and its digital arm, Digital DEWA, are displaying a variety of its major projects and innovative digital initiatives at the 41st GITEX Technology Week, held at the Dubai World Trade Centre, at its stands at S2-J1 at Sheikh Saeed Hall.
“DEWA shows its most prominent digital and innovative projects and services that have made it a global example of developing and implementing the highest standards and practices of excellence in all its activities and operational processes,” said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD & CEO of DEWA.
This is outpacing the expectations of all our stakeholders and increasing their happiness, as well as supporting sustainability and preserving the environment and natural resources.”
DEWA’s vision is inspired by the directives of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, to upgrade Dubai Government’s services to create and implement today what other cities will be implementing a decade later, and in line with the UAE Centennial 2071 to make the UAE the world’s leading nation.
The DEWA stand at the GITEX Technology Week displays projects by its digital arm, Digital DEWA, including the Smart City Experience platform, a 4D experience for visitors to experience the multiple digital smart city technologies.
Tech solutions by MoCD
The Ministry of Community Development (MoCD) is showcasing its technological achievements at the 41st edition of GITEX Technology Week.
Held in cooperation with relevant authorities, MoCD’s participation comes as part of its commitment toproviding more quality and proactive digital services to members of the society.
Moza Al Akraf Al Suwaidi, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Community Development, said, “The vision of developing the ministry’s services corresponds to the aspirations of the UAE leadership and government in accordance with the new methodology of government action plans allowing all members of the community to receive everything they need with the least effort as soon as possible.”
During GITEX, the ministry will also present the “Digital Wellbeing Platform”, part of its digital wellbeing programme, which aims to raise awareness about digital risks and challenges and promote safe and positive use of digital technologies and the Internet. The platform includes several themes: electronic footprint, digital privacy, electronic gaming, electronic bullying and other hubs. Since its launch earlier this year, the platform has recorded over 383,000 visits.
The platform also comprises the children and adult’s cybersecurity test that measures their awareness of cybersecurity. The test can be accessed through the online security platform on the ministry’s website. After passing the test, the Ministry issues an e-certificate to the participant.
It also highlights the partnership with Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) to streamline services provided to MoCD customers applying for the marriage grant, through providing a bank statement with minimal effort and in record time.
Moreover, the Ministry is showcasing a unified mobile application provided by the Ministry on iOS and Android platforms, designed to integrate the Ministry’s services to customers and staff in one application.
MoCD will also present its protection package named Soan app, a smart application to enhance early detection of abuse cases through a series of questions, based on which a person is provided with a service to ensure their protection from further abuse.