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WETEX witnesses the launch of new technologies in digital transformation and smart cities

Consolidating Dubai's position as a global capital of leadership in the fields of sustainability and green economy.


The 24th Water, Energy, Technology, and Environment Exhibition (WETEX) and Dubai Solar Energy will host a number of the world's leading companies in the field of digital transformation, smart and sustainable cities.

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority is organizing the exhibition, which concludes today, at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

The exhibition will witness the launch of a number of new technologies that support the acceleration of digital transformation and the adoption of environmentally friendly technologies. The participating companies seek to take advantage of the ideal opportunities offered by the exhibition to expand their business and launch new offices and branches in the UAE and the region.

Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, founder and president of WETEX and Dubai Solar Show, said that the exhibition attaches great importance to technologies and programs that support the success of smart cities and smart networks, ensuring the continuity and availability of integrated and connected services around the clock. Providing an advanced infrastructure to manage facilities and services through intelligent and interconnected systems that rely on the latest disruptive technologies and the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, including artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, energy storage, the Internet of things and others.”

Mattar Al Tayer, Director-General and Chairman of the Board of Executive Directors of the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority, said: "The existing strategic partnership with DEWA aims to consolidate Dubai's position as a global capital of leadership in the fields of sustainability and green economy, where joint efforts, through a number of projects and initiatives, have resulted in Reducing carbon emissions and increasing the percentage of green practices that support improving the living environment in the emirate.

From this standpoint, the RTA’s participation in WETEX and Dubai Solar Exhibition aims to showcase the authority’s efforts and initiatives in raising the levels of maturity in the field of sustainability, and to learn about the latest smart technologies and innovative solutions in the fields of renewable energy, water and the environment, as well as meeting experts and specialists from around the world in various fields of green economy, smart cities, innovation and sustainable development.

We look forward to discussing the latest innovations in these sectors and learning from our partners, and we will also share with the attendees the best solutions that help customers in their digitization projects and that make these industries more sustainability and efficiency.

Engineer Mohamed Naguib, CEO of El Sewedy Electric Emirates, added: “Over the past few years, (WETEX) has been an ideal platform to enhance the presence of (El Sewedy Electric Emirates) in the regional markets, provide the opportunity to conclude deals and consolidate our network of relationships with key players. and potential clients.

We would like to take the opportunity this year to highlight our latest projects, news and agreements with our trusted partners (Moro, ADNOC and Aramco), as well as provide the region with our latest digital solutions and products such as HTLS connectors and power inverters.”

In turn, the CEO of SAP Emirates, Zakaria Haltout, said: “During the exhibition, we focus on the ways in which (SAP) provides solutions to companies within the UAE, enabling them to achieve their goals related to reducing emissions.

At SAP, we have included sustainability within our core operations, to allow companies to enhance data collection and transparency, to keep pace with current and projected needs for periodic compliance.

In addition, we have developed programs specifically designed to manage sustainability.”

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