Qatar, April 10, 2017
Real-time information analysis will fuel the $175bn increase in Qatar’s urban income, one of the region’s leading ICT provider, Ooredoo, announced yesterday at the Summit.
Supported by technology innovations, Doha will rank among the top 20 cities increasing their household income by 2030, according to a recent report by Oxford Economics.
Lusail City in Qatar is already using an advanced technology infrastructure to help its residents save time and costs. Ooredoo is providing Lusail City’s technology innovations and activating its channel and partner ecosystem, supporting Lusail City’s goals of becoming the first truly integrated Future City in the Middle East. “Qatar National Vision 2030 is a bold vision for nationwide digital transformation, centred on advanced technology infrastructure that fuels smart citizens and the Digital Economy. The Summit presents an ideal opportunity for Ooredoo to exchange best practices in bringing together Future Cities data on one platform for real-time decision making, and new levels of digital citizen and customer services,” said Yousuf Abdulla Al Kubaisi, Chief Operating Officer, Ooredoo Qatar.
Ooredoo is seeing strong turnout at its stand, with visitors experiencing solutions such as the Command and Control screen for managing city events in real-time, Smart Wi-Fi for analysing citywide data from connected transportation to smart stadiums, and Smart Irrigation for real time monitoring of environmental conditions and precision irrigation. Ooredoo is also showcasing smart identification, smart digital payments for trains and buses, and data analytics solutions.