- Veröffentlicht: 28. Mai 2022
In the first phase of the eight-year project, solutions by stc will design and build the ICT infrastructure and implement the use cases
Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Nonprofit City has appointed solutions by stc to implement its ‘Smart City’ strategy, which is key to realising the city’s vision of being a human-centered, advanced digital community.
The solutions by stc will undertake the implementation of the ity’s advanced information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure.
The Smart City strategy includes mobility, sustainability and security verticals, and a digital twin that integrates advanced technologies creating dynamic digital models to capture the pulse of the city in real-time.
Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Nonprofit City aims to leverage advanced ICT infrastructure to drive end-to-end digitalisation and ensure a connected and accessible transportation network. The Smart City infrastructure will also contribute to a low-carbon, eco-conscious environment.
David Henry, CEO of Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Nonprofit City, said: “Our ambition is to develop a Digital Twin Smart City aligned with the goals of Vision 2030 to leverage digital opportunities and drive transformational growth for all enterprises in the City. It will represent a living lab and an innovative community where young minds can nurture their ideas and drive the growth of their enterprises. By embedding cutting-edge technologies, the City will embody the very innovation it seeks to foster.”
Omer Abdullah Alnomany, CEO of solutions by stc, said: “We are honoured to partner with Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Nonprofit City, driven by our strong position in the market as the kingdom’s leading digital transformation enabler and equipped with talented capabilities. Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Nonprofit City will pilot new innovative ideas and enable them to lead the way for smart cities across the globe.”
In the first phase of the eight-year project, solutions by stc will design and build the ICT infrastructure and implement the use cases. In the second phase, solutions will manage and operate the smart services before transferring the solutions to the City.
As part of the ‘Smart City’ project, a modular data center and a Integrated Command and Control Center (ICCC) will be established by 2023 and 2024 respectively, enabling the city’s infrastructure to better respond to the needs of citizens and the environment.
Quelle/Source: Gulf Business, 19.05.2022