Abu Dhabi Government entities have supported the digital transformation goals of the emirate across key sectors through the launch of various projects at GITEX Global 2023, running until 20 October 2023 at Dubai World Trade Centre.
Thirty-three government entities are showcasing a number of digital enhancements and efficiencies at the Abu Dhabi Government pavilion in Hall 19, B20, at the event.
Abu Dhabi Customs has implemented blockchain technology for customs systems designed to strengthen security, facilitate trade and assess risk of shipments.
Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority (ADAA) has launched the ADAAi dashboard, which provides management with an overview of day-to-day operations to monitor progress of strategic initiatives and activities.
Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) has introduced the Request for Patent Support platform, a service that helps users to assess the compliance of patents with registration criteria, and provides access to consultation and financing.
Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority (ADAFSA) has launched the Fodder Market platform, an online marketplace that enables livestock breeders and fodder producers to competitively trade in high-quality livestock feed. ADAFSA also launched the Jaheziya crisis management project to report crises and disasters.
The technological innovations demonstrated by Abu Dhabi Government entities on the second day of GITEX GLOBAL 2023 further demonstrate the emirate’s steps towards digitisation across key sectors, utilising advanced technology to deliver smart solutions in support of Abu Dhabi’s economic development.
The Department of Community Development has showcased the Integrated Case Management digital platform, which will further streamline and optimise the delivery of social services among governmental social sector entities.