The UAE officials pose for group photograph ahead of their participation in ISARC event in Canada.
Inayat-ur-Rahman, Business Editor
Emirates Scholar E-Gate was founded to shoulder the responsibility of research development in the UAE and the Arab region. As stated in its establishment agreement, our mission is to contribute to scientific research development in the UAE.
Emirates Scholar encourages and reinforces academic research. This activity contributes to diagnosing, analysing, and addressing critical administrative issues. We seek to spread administrative thought through research, book authoring, translation, conferences and symposia, and reporting on administrative development in the country. This was stated by Dr Firas Habbal, Editor in Chief Emirates Scholar and Managing Director, Geminos Group, during an exclusive interview with Gulf Today on Tuesday.
Answering to a question about the main concept behind hosting International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC 2021) in the UAE, Dr Firas stated that the country won the right to host the 38th edition of ISARC in Dubai after the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure submitted the hosting bid in partnership and cooperation with the National Program for Artificial Intelligence, the Dubai Tourism Authority, the University of Sharjah, and Geminos Commercial Information Services and Emirates Scholar.
“This important International Symposium will help further strengthen the UAE’s position as a leader in the construction sector and spotlight the advances the country has achieved in using innovative ideas in building and construction.” he added.
Dr Firas elaborated that there would be around 50 exhibitors and 10 keynote speakers at the event. Additionally, over 2500 senior delegates, including local government, international corporations, and universities will engage in high-level discussions and networking opportunities with the full spectrum of industry stakeholders including developers, architects, contractors, and suppliers.
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