Abu Dhabi and Singapore launch a call to develop smart city innovations

Tariq bin Hindi.


The Abu Dhabi Investment Office, in cooperation with the Singapore Project and the IPI Singapore Company, which is affiliated with the project, launched a call for Singaporean companies to provide innovations and solutions that support the agenda of developing smart cities. And various institutions in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

Abu Dhabi and Singapore, through this invitation, are looking to accelerate the development of the foundations of smart cities, with the aim of consolidating the sustainable thinking of quality of life, enhancing operational efficiency and competitive advantages, while this call will enhance cooperation prospects and exchange experiences and knowledge between the two countries, as well as contribute to linking The two innovation ecosystems are in between.

Singapore ranked first in the world on the Smart Cities Index 2020 issued by the International Institute for Administrative Development (IMD), while the Emirate of Abu Dhabi ranked first in the Middle East.

Dr. Tariq bin Hindi, Director General of the Abu Dhabi Investment Office, the government agency responsible for providing support for private sector investments in the emirate of Abu Dhabi, said, "Abu Dhabi is committed to strengthening strong economic cooperation relations with Singapore, and is committed to pushing the pace of innovation to achieve long-term sustainable growth."

He added, "This invitation will work with the Singapore project to strengthen existing partnerships, and open the door to more opportunities for cooperation between the emirate of Abu Dhabi and Singapore, as we look to find implementable solutions that keep pace with local needs and challenges."

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