Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) announced the winners of Futurism at the GITEX Future Stars technology event, Alexander Cardin and Omniflu, after competing in front of a panel of industry experts. Winning initial funding, a business license, and visas that enable her to set up her business in Dubai.
Xandar Kardian provides innovative solutions for smart buildings, including hotels, using algorithmic digital radar technology to improve the quality of life of individuals without compromising their comfort or privacy.
Omniflow has also developed a smart power platform to generate electricity from wind and solar panels and store energy for IoT applications. This smart power platform incorporates multiple services to be used in a variety of applications, including intelligent lighting, combining the functions of motion and surveillance, intelligent analytics and remote communication.
Yousuf Lootah, Executive Director of Tourism Development and Investment, Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing, said: “With the Dubai 10x initiative, Dubai Tourism is investing more momentum in startups, particularly those seeking to develop travel and tourism experiences using cutting-edge technology. ».
The two winning startups will receive an initial financing of AED 50,000 in addition to a commercial license and visas as part of the ABRA program from the Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for SME Development to establish their business in Dubai.