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UAE's IoT market likely to top $35bn

DUBAI, 2 days ago

The UAE’s Internet of Things (IoT) market is set to top $35 billion, as more organisations connect people, processes, and things together for real-time analytics, according to a recent report by MicroMarket Monitor.
 
The UAE government is driving the country’s IoT efforts by digitising four key sectors: transportation, energy, healthcare, and safety, it noted.
  
Aligned with UAE Vision 2021 and Dubai’s Smart City goals, government agencies across transportation, utilities, healthcare, and security are driving digital transformation to better meet citizen and customer needs and improve people’s daily lives.
 
UAE government agencies are adopting IoT platforms to integrate existing systems and future technologies such as artificial intelligence, argues Condo Protego, the UAE-based IT infrastructure and information management consultancy and solutions provider.
 
“In 2019, the UAE’s biggest tech trend will be government’s adoption of IoT going from small projects to widespread reality, from autonomous vehicles to connected hospitals,” said Andrew Calthorpe, CEO, Condo Protego. “With IoT platforms that can integrate information management, storage, and security, the UAE government can enhance processes, optimize costs, and drive innovation.”
 
• Transportation – With Dubai’s Autonomous Transportation Strategy aiming for 25 percent of all trips being autonomous by 2030, autonomous vehicles and mass transit can optimise routes, reduce traffic, and enhance safety.
 
• Energy and Utilities – Utility providers can better manage peak energy demand, monitor facilities and conduct predictive maintenance of assets, and enhance accuracy and speed of repairs.
 
• Healthcare – Healthcare providers can connect doctors, hospitals, patients, and insurance companies to launch secure digital patient records, minimize illness and predict patient treatment, and better track and optimize hospital assets.
 
• Security and Surveillance – Government agencies, education campuses, and sports venues can use real-time CCTV to monitor environments, conduct analytics to enhance safety, and securely store citizen and customer records.
 
On the back of the recent VMworld Europe, Condo Protego is seeing strong UAE government demand for the updated IoT infrastructure management solution the VMware Pulse IoT Center 2.0, and the Dell Technologies IoT Solution for Surveillance. - TradeArabia News Service
 



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