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Sharjah – Public works rely on artificial intelligence

Thursday, 12 31 2020, Category: Technology, Country: U.A.E
Engineer Ali bin Shaheen Al Suwaidi, Chairman of Sharjah Directorate of Public Works (SDPW), confirmed that the Directorate is carrying out several projects that enhance the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in its strategy, and employ advanced technologies for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) that consolidate performance and translate the initiatives launched by the UAE government.

He pointed out that the SDPW is taking confident steps on this approach by adapting the services it provides and transforming them digitally, in addition to getting rid of routine procedures and converting them into digital to be smooth and fast in implementation, explaining that the Directorate continues to set ambitious goals to enhance energy security and sustainability, and apply modern innovations in reconstruction processes. He continued that the Directorate also plays a pivotal role in supporting the sustainability agenda, and elevating the sector's performance towards new heights of excellence.

The Chairman of SDPW explained that the UAE has proven its supremacy through the Arab and international indicators after the UAE government had set its sights on clear strategies to reach the first positions worldwide, and its keenness on an annual basis to be in the first place thanks to the vision and wisdom of its prudent leadership. He added that the UAE continues development, construction, scientific research and concerted efforts in all sectors racing against time to achieve leadership.


Source: sharjah24.ae
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