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Dubai’s GE, UAE’s Minister Of State For Public Education And Advanced Technology, Discusses Healthcare, Energy, Aviation

Dubai's GE, UAE's Minister Of State For Public Education And Advanced Technology, Discusses Healthcare, Energy, Aviation

Her Excellency, Minister of State for Public Education and Advanced Technology  Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri visited a GE facility in Dubai. She met with executives from the company’s energy, healthcare, and aviation divisions. At GE’s first-of-its-kind gas turbine facility in Jebel Ali Free Zone (JAFZA), where their meeting took place, new technologies like those for the energy transition, aviation, and healthcare solutions were demonstrated.

GE And The Minister Of State For Public Education And Advanced Technology

One of the executives who met the Minister was Dr. Dalya Al Muthanna. Dr. Dalya Al Muthanna is the President of GE in the UAE and Global Chief of Strategy and Operations for GE International Markets. He, Sarah bint Yousef Al Amiri and the delegation talked about the long-term goals of the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology during the trip. In line with the Ministry’s goals, GE will continue to work for the progress and prosperity of the country. This will be achieved by helping the Ministry improve science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Sarah bint Yousif Al Amiri mentioned that the government is happy with how well the General Electric Service Center has done since it opened in the country. Its presence is in line with the vision of the Technology Transformation Program and the Make it in the Emirates initiative. Both of these programs want to attract investors, manufacturers, and new ideas. The General Electric Service Center is an early example of how to use innovative technology in a critical and promising field like aerospace. It was also said that the tech-enabled model helps increase productivity and efficiency. All of which will boost the industrial sector’s contribution to the national economy and give it a more prominent role in sustainable development.

Her Excellency highlighted that the UAE is always open to good industrial investment. As part of the UAE’s National Strategy for Industry and Advanced Technology, investors who want to set up shop in the country are warmly welcome. The central vision of the strategy is to make the UAE the place to go for cutting-edge technologies and 4IR solutions.

During HE Sarah Al Amiri’s visit to GE’s Jebel Ali facility, Operations for GE International Markets talked with her about how the company and the UAE can work together to help the country grow. They are committed to boosting the country’s future-focused development across all sectors in the coming years. Also, they see advanced technology in the energy, aviation, and healthcare industries as a critical economic driver.

Takeaways

The UAE set up the Ministry of Industry and Advanced Technology (MoIAT) in July 2020. Its goal is to improve the UAE’s industrial sector by putting cutting-edge technologies and solutions for the Fourth Industrial Revolution into widespread use. The Ministry of Industry, Investment, and Trade (MoIAT) want to do three key things: improve the UAE’s industrial foundation, guarantee in-country value, and make local industries more competitive. The Ministry will help the country’s economy grow and ensure

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