Power development opportunities for the region showcased at the successfully concluded Power Qatar Summit 2015

Fahad Al Mohannadi, General Manager & Managing Director, Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) delivering the welcome address at the Power Qatar Summit 2015

Doha, Qatar, October 29, 2015: The current progress and future of the power sector and plans to promote renewable energy resources in the State of Qatar were discussed at length, across two days at the recently concluded Power Qatar Summit 2015, held under the patronage of KAHRAMAA. Organized by global conference producers, Expotrade, the summit was held on 26-27 October at The Ritz-Carlton, Doha.

Eng. Abdulaziz Al Hammadi, Manager – Conservation & Energy, Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA), inaugurated the summit along with Fahad Al Mohannadi, General Manager & Managing Director, Qatar Electricity and Water Company (QEWC) and Saleh Hamad Al Marri, Head of Renewable Energy Technologies, KAHRAMAA. The opening session was attended by dignitaries such as 1st Secretary Jihun CHO, Embassy of the Republic of Korea; H.E. Munir Ghannam, Ambassdor, Embassy of the State of Palestine; H.E. Deddy Saiful Hadi, Ambassdor, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia; Mr. Peter Ziegler, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, H.E. Shingo Tsuda, Ambassador, Embassy of Japan and Dr. M. Anas Arnaout, Legal Advisor, Ministry of Justice, State of Qatar.

Eng. Abdulaziz Al Hammadi delivered the opening speech that emphasized on the solar energy potential in Qatar, which was later followed by a welcome address by Fahad Al Mohannadi. Over two days, the summit featured over 20 keynote sessions, presentations, panel discussions and unrivalled networking opportunities making it a one-stop platform to discuss new developments in the power sector in the GCC region. The two-day summit saw leading experts from all over the world provide insights to capitalize on the region’s energy potential.

Mr. Brad Hariharan, Regional Director, Expotrade Middle East, said, “We are delighted about the success of the Power Qatar summit. The summit lived up to its promise of providing actionable insights to boost the power sector in the region. Energy efficiency, sustainability and effective utilization of energy resources were the broad themes addressed by the speakers. We offer our sincere thanks to all sponsors, speakers, delegates and partners for supporting the event.”

Among the list of renowned speakers presenting on day one were Saleh Hamad Al Marri, Head of Renewable Energy Technologies, KAHRAMAA; Hashim Al-Zahrani, Head of ICC, GCC Interconnection Authority; Faisal Rashid, Director, Demand Side Management, Dubai Supreme Council of Energy and Philippe Freyssinet, Director-Energy & Environment, Qatar National Research Fund speaking on KAHRAMAA’s Prospective Projects for Solar Energy; 400-kV Interconnection Super Grid; Dubai Demand Side Management Strategy 2030 and QNRF actions on Clean Energy Technologies respectively.

Sharad Somani, Executive Director & ASPAC Head for Power & Utilities, KPMG Corporate Finance, moderated the day one panel discussion on reviewing the challenges facing solar industry growth and the role of solar energy in sustainable city development. The participating panelists were Mohamed Nagib Omara, Technical Advisor to the President, KAHRAMAA; Dr. Haitham Abu-Rub, Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering Program, Texas A&M University at Qatar; Mansour Al Qahtani, Executive Vice President – Distribution & Customer Service, Saudi Electricity Company and Arnaud Berthet, Head of Representative office, Engie –Qatar.

Day 2 session began with Walid Al Deghaili, Energy Sector Expert – Sustainable Development Policies Division, UN-ESCWA presenting on water use for energy, followed by Jan Schoenig, Program Manager, Major Events, Siemens WLL Qatar. During his session, he focused on the new products, systems and solutions in the area of energy transmission, distribution and energy efficiency.

Also, present at the event to share their insights on Day 2 were Dr. Ioannis Spanos, Senior Sustainability Manager, KEO International Consultants, Prof. Nouar Tabet, ‎Principal Investigator and Dr. Abdelkader Bousselham, Senior Scientist-Grid Integration of Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute. Panel discussion on attaining sustainability through a combination of conventional and renewable energy sources included experts David Martin McKenna, Senior Sustainability Engineer, ASTAD Project Management; Dr. Esam Elsarrag, Director Research & Development, Gulf Organisation for Research & Development; Dr. Obindah Gershon nee Wagbara, Adjunct Professor of Energy Economics, Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar and Dr. Ioannis Spanos of KEO International Consultants.

Speakers included experts from WSP| Parsons Brinckerhoff, KAPSARC and premium sponsors ENGIE, Siemens, Bronzeye, KPMG, Ooredoo, Rawafid Systems, Oracle Utilities and Eversheds who touched upon the different aspects of the power and energy sector in the region.

Other sponsors included NEP, Innovation Renewable Energy, Qatar International Electrical Co WLL, Middle East Specialized Cables (MESC), Voltamp Energy SAOG, Field Industrial Supplies WLL Qatar (FIS), Netico, Roxtec Teksan Generator, Yamuna Densons, Scania, Gulf Pearl Block & Tiles Factory, Hamton International W.L.L, Al-Ojaimi Group, POWERSYS, Albawakir and Warmat who displayed a range of solutions at the exhibitor lounge.

The prize draw at the close of day two garnered the attention of all attendees. One lucky winner won a 2 nights’ stay at the luxurious Ritz-Carlton, West Bay Lagoon property, while another took home an iPad.

With more than 400 participants from across the GCC attending the summit, the sponsors of the summit commented favorably at its close. Mr. Arnaud Berthet, Head of representative Office, ENGIE – Qatar, said, “We have a diverse scope of people and companies here, which is very useful. It is a very good environment to exchange ideas about how to make the energy world more sustainable for Qatar and globally for the region. These kind of forums help you meet the right people, involved in the power and solar energy sector.

Mr. Aasit M. Naik, General Manager – Central Marketing, Voltamp Energy SAOG described the event as “power packed with excellent presentations by all speakers which gave great insight into progress made by Qatar and also futuristic way for new projects.” He further added, “The event was well attended by the key stakeholders of the power sector, both from the public as well as the industry.”

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Smart Data Summit 2016 Edition Dates Announced

Smart Data Summit 2016 edition dates announced

Smart Data Summit 2016 edition dates announced

  • The Summit will be held on 23-24 May 2016 at Sofitel The Palm Resort & Spa, Dubai
  • The underlying theme of the summit is future of data management and the role of smart data and analytics in driving revenue growth

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 27, 2015: Global conference producers, Expotrade today announced the 3rd Annual Smart Data Summit will be taking place on 23-24 May 2016 at Sofitel, The Palm Resort & Spa, Dubai. The summit is a leadership-level event, focused on exploring forward-thinking opportunities in the big data domain that will benefit over 300 participants from across the GCC.

The concept of Big Data and Analytics has evolved considerably with many companies effectively adopting it within their business practices. Businesses across sectors use the power of big data and analytics to assimilate information in order to imbibe and develop new solutions and optimize processes. The two day summit talks about how businesses can make profitable decisions using big data and analytics and increase their customer base.

Announcing the dates of the summit, Mr. Brad Hariharan, Regional Director, Expotrade Middle East, said, “We are thrilled to confirm the dates of the 2016 edition of our Smart Data Summit that will convene sector specialists and heads of leading regional and international companies across industries under one roof, deliberating on the challenges and opportunities arising from the field of Big Data and Analytics. According to a recent industry report, it is perceived that there is an increased interest from companies on the adoption of big data, analytics, mobility and cloud.”

The two-day conference agenda will encompass engaging and forward-looking topics such as making informed decisions to innovate and design products with big data; big data and analytics in telcos; smart data modernizing the utilities industry; BFSI sector’s gain from smart data and analytics to build loyal customer base and using data and intelligence for powering interoperability in smart cities. The summit offers two days of intensive learning experience filled with research-driven keynote sessions, case study presentations and panel discussions that will provide multiple perspectives on topics pertaining to Big Data and Analytics.

As in the previous editions of the summit, the attendees will include CIO’s and Heads of IT, Chief Technology Officers, CFO’s and Finance Directors, Heads of Data Analytics, Modeling and Mining, Heads of Marketing, System and Business Analysts, Data Architects and Scientists, Customer & Business Intelligence Specialists and Technology Specialists.

Last year’s edition of the summit saw a robust panel of speakers and experts from internationally renowned organizations such as Facebook, Twitter, du, IBM, Wipro, HP, Emirates NBD, and Flipkart, amongst many others take the stage to share insights on the theme of discovering the power of big data, influencing product decisions with analytics, data governance and security and using technology to improve customer experience.

The 2015 edition of the summit was a huge success, receiving adulation from attendees and speakers alike. Anupam Dikhit, Industry Manager, Twitter, said, “In terms of the way the event has been designed, the kind of speakers that presented, the entire structure and format – I think it’s fantastic. Because you have taken an issue or space that is up coming and a region that is up and coming – we have seen a lot of traction happen in the Middle East over the last few years, so it’s really a sunrise sector here – and you have got the best of thought-leaders from across the world. That’s not a mean feat.”

Dr. Dirk Jungnickel, Senior Vice President – Business Analytics, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (du), said, “It has been a very pleasant and interesting event. I had some very good conversations during the breaks and also the presentations so far have been first-class. It’s a good mix of vendors and consumers of big data technologies or people who are applying the technologies.”

More information on the 3rd Annual Smart Data Summit is available now at http://www.smartdatadubai.com. Follow the Summit on social media with the hashtag #SDATAS2016.

Power Qatar Summit 2015 begins tomorrow

Power Qatar Summit 2015 begins tomorrow

Power Qatar Summit 2015 begins tomorrow

Doha, Qatar, October 25, 2015: The two- day Power Qatar Summit, which is to be held under the patronage of Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) will be opened tomorrow here at Ritz-Carlton Doha.

The event focused on power generation and transmission in the State of Qatar will witness the presence of a number of visitors, exhibitors and delegates among others to discuss and exchange ideas concerning region’s energy future. Organized by global conference producers, Expotrade, the summit will explore the growing focus on renewable energy, energy efficiency, and clean technology and offer a comprehensive overview on the future of energy development in the region,

The 2015 conference agenda offers delegates an overview of Qatar’s sustainable energy plans and future strategies in the arena. The summit is considered as a recognized event, which brings together key policy makers, energy leaders and professionals.

Deliberating on the prospects of renewable energy, the Day 1 of the conference agenda will feature topics pertaining to KAHRAMAA’s prospective and ongoing projects related with the solar energy; Smart Energy Solutions, renewable energy resources: current status, future prospects and QNRF’s action plan regarding clean energy technologies.

Apart from a panel discussion on reviewing the challenges facing solar industry growth and the role of solar energy in sustainable city development, the first day of the summit will also cover sessions on 400 -kV Interconnection Super Grid; Enabling the Smart Grid through Efficient Utilities Solutions; Effective Energy Management: Dubai Demand Side Management Strategy 2030 and Energy Storage Opportunities for Transportation and Grid Applications in the GCC Region.

Day 2 agenda includes sessions on FIFA World Cup 2022 powered by innovations; grid-connected photovoltaic systems; improving energy efficiency in buildings through regulation; understanding the potential of renewable energy for MENA; and the panel discussion will also focus on attaining sustainability through a combination of conventional and renewable energy sources.

Building on the success of the Solar Qatar Summit, the latest edition of the Power Qatar Summit is designed to cover all aspects of power and energy and address the new opportunities and developments available in the region. Over two days, the summit will host a robust panel of experts and speakers who will discuss new developments arising in the sector. Last year’s Solar Qatar summit was a resounding success and this year promises to be no different.

The summit has the support of leading companies such as Engie, Siemens, Bronzeye, KPMG, Ooredoo, Rawafid Systems, Oracle Utilities, Eversheds, NEP, Innovation Renewable Energy, and the exhibitor lounge will feature solutions from over 20 companies.

For more event details, please log on to http://www.powerqatar.com/

Middle East Smart Landscape Summit 2016 Dates announced

Ribbon cutting ceremony at the Middle East Smart Landscape Summit 2015

  • The Summit will be held on 25-26 April 2016 at Sofitel, The Palm Resort & Spa, Dubai
  • Summit agenda will cover sustainable landscaping practices in the Middle East

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 22, 2015: The fourth edition of the immensely successful Middle East Smart Landscape Summit will be held on 25-26 April 2016 at Sofitel, The Palm Resort & Spa, Dubai. Organized by global conference producers, Expotrade, the summit is the region’s foremost landscaping event, bringing together experts from across the globe to discuss the latest developments in the landscape industry.

This year’s edition of the summit, held under the patronage of the Dubai Municipality was inaugurated by Eng. Salah Amiri, Asst. Director General for Environmental & Public Health Services Sector, Dubai Municipality. The summit offers a platform for over 400 attendees including senior level landscape architects, government authorities, urban planners, developers, environmental specialists and contractors from across the GCC, to engage in intensive discussions on the best practices and embrace new perspectives on the trends and challenges impacting this space.

Mr. Brad Hariharan, Regional Director, Expotrade Middle East, said, “Our Middle East Smart Landscape Summit has become one of the most popular events in the region, attracting the attention of experts from across the globe. The UAE has been at the forefront of developing initiatives for smart landscape planning. Our summit in its fourth year now, addresses the key themes integral to delivering sustainable development.

The 2016 conference agenda covers broad topics, such as Dubai Municipality’s innovations in landscaping projects; innovations in landscape design and sustainability; artificial turf designs and benefits for Middle East landscapes; smart irrigation techniques & technologies; sustainable development and urban planning in arid environments and native plant landscaping for the Middle East.

The two-day summit will feature a lineup of impressive speakers from across the globe, who will share their expertise and offer valuable and comprehensive insights and learnings. Discussing new trends and best practices in the industry, the leading experts will offer a wealth of information through keynote sessions, case study presentations and panel discussions.

The 2015 edition of the summit was a phenomenal success and the upcoming edition of the summit promises to be no different. Commenting favorably on the success of the summit John Samuel, Commercial Sales Manager, Global Light & Power LLC, said, “It was a great pleasure for our company to participate in the Landscape Summit. It was a very helpful summit as we could get good contacts and get to meet high delegates from different companies which would in turn develop our business.”

Mohamed Habbal, Senior Manager-Operations, Nakheel PJSC, said, “The summit is really phenomenal. I did not expect this many attendees and as many of lead and key concerned companies. This by itself is a main factor of success of this comprehensive conference.”

More information on the 4th Annual Middle East Smart Landscape Summit is available now at http://www.landscapesummit.com. Follow the Summit on social media with the hashtag #MESLS2016.

Qatar’s Energy Future in Discussion at the Power Qatar Summit 2015

Keynote speech in progress at Solar Qatar Summit 2014

Doha, Qatar, October 20, 2015: Qatar government’s various initiatives to accelerate and bolster its energy strategy in order to achieve a sustainable energy future has gained global recognition. It is against this backdrop that global conference producers, Expotrade have organized the Power Qatar Summit, incorporating the successful Solar Qatar Summit.

Held under the patronage of Kahramaa, the two-day summit brings together senior policy makers from the government, sector specialists, scientists, technologists and researchers to collaborate and engage in a discussion on the region’s energy demand and growth and explore opportunities to redefine its future energy model.

Talking about the energy market in the GCC region, Mr. Sharad Somani, Executive Director & ASPAC Head for Power & Utilities, KPMG Corporate Finance, who is also speaking at the summit, said, “GCC is on the cusp of energy revolution. Renewable energy led by solar will not only change the energy mix but also provide the much needed energy diversification and security in a sustainable manner.”

The attractive financing market coupled with strong regional growth prospects offer the best opportunity for utilities, developers and investors to evolve win-win solutions. The Power Qatar Summit is a great forum that brings the industry leaders to exchange ideas and help structure project partnerships to leverage the opportunities offered.

Given that, Qatar General Electricity & Water Corporation (KAHRAMAA) has planned to complete the nationwide rollout of smart meters and smart grid by 2016, the summit features multiple sessions by regional and international industry leaders on the future and challenges of deploying smart grid technology in Qatar. Mr. Wail Gadour, Sales Consulting Director, Oracle Utilities will share insight on Enabling the Smart Grid through Efficient Utilities Solutions, while Dr. Abdelkader Bousselham, Senior Scientist-Grid Integration, Qatar Environment and Energy Research Institute, will present a session on The Path towards Smart Grid: Microgrids and Demand Response for Energy Efficiency, Energy Conservation and Renewable Integration.

Furthermore, Mr. Hashim AL-Zahrani, Head of ICC, GCC Interconnection Authority, during his session will lay emphasis on the first 400-kV super grid commissioned by GCCIA, that links the power network of the six Gulf countries, namely, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Saudi Arabia on one unified grid. Titled 400-kV Interconnection Super Grid – Enabling Power Trading and Electrical Exchange across GCC Countries, his session will outline the benefits of sharing energy resources between the GCCIA member states.

Over two days, more than 300 attendees will expand their business network and engage in discussions focusing on the various aspects of energy in the State of Qatar. The summit will be held on 26-27 October 2015 at The Ritz Carlton, Doha, Qatar.

For more event details, please log on to http://www.powerqatar.com/

5th edition of the Arab Future Cities Summit Qatar rolls out in April 2016

Ribbon cutting ceremony of the Arab Future Cities Summit Qatar 2015 edition

  • The Summit will be held on 11-12 April 2016 at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Doha
  • With sustainable urban development as the main theme, the summit will focus on the various facets of smart city development

Doha, Qatar, October 19, 2015: The Arab Future Cities Summit Qatar, today announced the 2016 edition of its marquee event featuring regional and international industry experts, senior government officials and sector specialists will be held on 11-12 April at The Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Doha. Organized by global conference producers, Expotrade, the summit is considered as the premier smart cities event in the region, connecting over 400 participants from across the GCC with prominent thought leaders from around the world. The summit aims to discuss path-breaking ideas, and explore how technology can be leveraged within the smart city infrastructure to create sustainable solutions.

The 2015 edition of the summit was inaugurated by Eng. Abdulla Abdulaziz T. Al Subaie, Managing Director, Qatar Rail, in the presence of esteemed dignitaries including Hamad Ibrahim al-Bishri, deputy CEO of Qatar Rail; Dr. Rainer Schnepfleitner, department manager, Regulation and Competition Affairs, Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA); Ashraf Ali Ismael, national information assurance manager, Cyber Security Division, (Q-CERT), ICTQatar; Dr. Fethi Filali, head of technology development and applied research, Qatar Mobility Innovations Centre and Ahmad Kawakbi, ICT & Stakeholder Manager, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy – FIFA World Cup Qatar who also spoke at the summit.

Developing a robust smart city ecosystem involves seamless integration, synergy and connectivity of the central pillars that constitute a city – public transport, governance operations, infrastructure, utilities, healthcare, communications, and municipal services. In accordance with Qatar’s National Vision 2030, the government has ushered in a new phase of development, incorporating smart technology, state-of-the-art infrastructure and services to provide its citizens a smart, sustainable and efficient future that ensures an improved quality of life. Additionally, hosting the FIFA World Cup 2022 has presented a gamut of growth opportunities and further propelled the concept of smart cities in this region.

Announcing the dates of the Summit, Mr. Brad Hariharan, Regional Director, Expotrade Middle East, said, “In its fifth year now, the Summit has established itself as the foremost smart cities event in the region. Setting the benchmark in promoting innovation and identifying emerging trends impacting this region, the summit presents a common platform for all stakeholders to innovate, educate and collaborate to generate ideas on making the concept of smart cities a reality. Over two days, leading experts and practitioners from across industries will share their expertise and knowledge on harnessing technological innovations and defining effective strategies to boost smart city initiatives in the region.”

The two-day conference agenda covers a broad range of forward-thinking topics such as smart connectivity, smart mobility and transportation, Internet of Everything (IoE), economical and sustainable smart vehicles, building automation, Lusail city’s innovations, cyber security amongst many more, that provide a comprehensive view of the smart city development in the State of Qatar.

Over 20 speakers and industry visionaries will unveil their views on how smart city development and technology deployment will meet Qatar’s smart city vision. Keynote sessions, panel discussions and case study presentations at the Arab Future Cities Summit Qatar will provide attendees with an opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge on the latest smart city technologies and solutions influencing the smart city domain in the region.

With a plethora of networking opportunities, the summit will witness participation from technologists, developers, urban planners and researchers, investors, engineers and policy professionals from across the GCC.

The 2015 edition of the summit was a runaway success and in the forthcoming year the summit is expected to be bigger before than before. The summit received appreciation from attendees and sponsors alike. Mr. Mohannad Khader, Vice President – Commercial, Qatar Cool, said, “Every year when we come here, we listen to new ideas, we get to know more people and great strategies from other well- reputed companies. It has been valuable for sure.

Safder Nazir, Regional Vice President, Smart Cities & IoT, Huawei, said, “We are glad to be back here at the Arab Future Cities in Doha. We find a very well-attended event with a high quality of guests here. We have been able to interact with a lot of people and share our vision and thought for the future of smart city development not only within Doha and Qatar but across the region as well.”

More information on the Arab Future Cities Summit Qatar is available now at http://www.arabfuturecities.com/. Follow the Summit on social media with the hashtag #AFCS2016.

2nd Annual Arab Future Cities Summit welcomes Philips as ‘Connected Lighting Partner’

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 18, 2015: Arab Future Cities Summit Dubai 2015, is delighted to welcome Philips as a ‘Connected Lighting Partner’ for this year’s edition of the summit. Held under the patronage of the Dubai Municipality, the summit will take place early next month, on 2-3 November 2015 at Sofitel The Palm Resort & Spa, Dubai. Produced by global conference organizers, Expotrade, the summit will convene senior policy makers from within the government, several thought leaders from across the globe to share their ideas and strategies that drive Dubai’s Smart City vision.

According to an industry report, it is estimated that by 2050, 66 per cent of the world’s population is expected to be residing in urban areas. Given the wave of urban growth, the concept of sustainable smart cities has gained momentum. An integral part of the smart city infrastructure is connected lighting, that enables urban spaces to be more efficient, sustainable and makes it more livable for its citizens.

Announcing the new partnership, Mr. Brad Hariharan, Regional Director, Expotrade Middle East, said, “We are thrilled to announce Philips has joined the growing list of sponsors for the Arab Future Cities Summit as Connected Lighting Partner. Philips has been a pioneer in introducing cutting-edge innovative products & services that has transformed the lighting industry globally. The future of lighting has changed; they have proved that lighting is no longer just a matter of illumination.”

Philips is working with cities around the world to transform the lighting infrastructure, in order to deliver more energy efficient, and more sustainable lighting in their cities. In fact, earlier this year, in the Middle East, the company was awarded a lighting refurbishment project by Etihad-ESCO to retrofit several power plants owned by the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) to LED lighting.

The importance of connected lighting will be discussed by Mr. Rami Hajjar, General Manager, Philips Lighting Middle East who will be speaking at the summit on the topic ‘Philips connected lighting: Value beyond illumination’. The presentation will emphasize Philips connected lighting vision as well as current connected lighting systems available in the region. Connected lighting systems from Philips connect people to each other, to the spaces they work and live in, and to the information and services they need in a particular location.

Philips connected lighting systems are available for home and outdoor applications, integrate seamlessly with other systems and share information on occupancy, activity patterns, and daylight levels.

Rami Hajjar, said, “Philips Lighting is committed to deliver innovative lighting solutions to help meet the region’s vision of building sustainable and livable cities. By taking lighting beyond illumination, Philips connected lighting allows cities and businesses to enhance and enable the spaces they manage, to offer greater comfort, personalization, safety, productivity and efficiency to the people that use those spaces.

An example is CityTouch, our latest innovative remote lighting management system that allows cities to manage and control their lighting environment in real time with just simple click, while also monitor their energy consumption. With greater insights and control on lighting, cities can save up to 70% on their lighting energy consumption. With Philips connected lighting systems, we take lighting beyond illumination and show how our solutions contribute to building a sustainable future for cities in the Middle East.”

More information can be found on www.philips.ae/connectedlighting

The summit that supports the theme of Smart Solutions for Sustainable Cities will witness over 400 senior executives, smart city solution providers, city and government officials coming together to discuss the technologies associated with smart cities.

For more event details, please log on to www.smartcitiesdubai.com