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Saudi Ministry of Transport Signs MoU with Huawei

Friday, 04 30 2021, Category: Technology, Country: Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Ministry of Transport and Huawei, a leading global provider of information and communication technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enhance future mobility and technology adoption in the transport and logistics sector by exploring the prospects of utilizing advanced technologies such as 5G, AI and Big Data.

The MoU was signed by Deputy Minister of Transport for Roads, Eng Badr Al-Dulami, and David Shi, President of Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Middle East.

Deputy Minister of Transport for Planning and Information Dr. Mansour Alturki represented the Ministry of Transport and David Tao, General Manager of Enterprise Business Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia, represented Huawei.

As per the MoU, Huawei will provide solutions in the field of automation, big data, and digitization. It will also contribute to the provision of solutions for shared mobility, sustainability, and the use of disruptive technology in the development of the logistics sector and intelligent transport systems in the Kingdom.

Source: samaworld.com
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