Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansouri, UAE Minister of Economy, inaugurated the third international conference of future Mobility in Dubai on Tuesday, Which is attended by about 350 leaders of the smart, electrical, hybrids and hydrogen vehicles industry.
Representatives of global, regional, Gulf and local governments, and experts in the environment, energy, technology, communications, research and legislation are Participate in the activities of the conference and accompanying exhibition, which is Organized by Emirates Authority for Standardisation & Metrology (ESMA).
“The reality and the economic future of the UAE, which is aimed at innovation and the employment of technology, began its first signs with the adoption of two years ago by His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, He Said.
The policy adopted by His Highness the President of the UAE included 100 national initiatives in the sectors of education, health, energy, transport, space and water, with an estimated investment of 300 billion dirhams.
It also includes a package of new national policies. Achieving this policy, such effectiveness is a clear demonstration of this approach. He added.
The national agenda 2021 has a firm commitment to the State in the context of achieving a sustainable environment and integrated infrastructure in terms of air quality, conservation of resources, increased reliance on clean energy and green development.
Our country aspires to become the world’s first in infrastructure quality Airports, ports and roads, in addition to enhancing the quality of service provision to become the leading countries in smart services.
He appointed that the talking about innovation in the vehicle industry should be kept abreast of the latest developments in the modern era and the developments in technology that have converged here in the UAE with the will of the wise leadership to bring forth such innovative ideas and visions from representatives of this great gathering of experts, and stakeholders.
To be one of the first initiators of the future for promising economic and investment sectors, keen to ensure the success of the country’s plans for sustainable development and achieve balance between economic and social dimensions. He added.
The UAE has a genuine desire to take an advanced position in the development of mechanisms and legislation to serve this trend. Al Mansouri said.
These new projects are capable of developing new economic and development sectors that will develop our national economy, contribute to the preservation of the environment for future generations and help the State to be among the best countries in the world by 2021, with sustainable development with economic, social and environmental axes. He added.
The Minister of economy, confirmed that the UAE is constantly adopting initiatives that enable it to move towards a knowledge-based economy based on innovation in all its details.
The UAE Government is adopting innovation and approach as our leadership vision, which plans to change the equations of the national economy. And push it away from reliance on oil for its resources, and determination and confidence in the UAE’s experience of a knowledge-based and competitive economy. He stressed.
HE Abdulla Abdul Qader Al Maeeni, Director General of the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (ESMA), said that the conference and its accompanying exhibition are witnessing a year of great developments and reflect the convergence of ideas and international efforts to promote the sustainability system.
The way technology is employed in creating environmentally friendly solutions, which has a direct impact on the lives of our future generations. He added.
“This international brainstorm hosted by the UAE reinforces investment in renewable energy and clean technologies, which is in line with the national agenda and the UAE’s unwavering commitment to international cooperation to achieve these goals,” he said.
The 2015 cycle of this international event coincided with the UAE’s development of an integrated strategy to promote the use of electric, hybrid and eco-friendly vehicles in order to expand its dependence on the national agenda which announced by His Highness Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.
The UAE national agenda within the vision of the UAE 2021 is to achieve a sustainable environment and integrated infrastructure in terms of air quality, conservation of resources, increased reliance on clean energy and green development.
Our country aspires to become one of the world’s top quality infrastructure Airports, ports and roads, in addition to enhancing the quality of service provision to become one of the leading countries in smart services. Almaeeni said.
We are pleased to see the presentations of major manufacturing organizations, to hear the opinions of leading experts and industry leaders, to share knowledge and to learn about new types of smart products from photovoltaic cells batteries, and safety solutions, vehicle communication mechanisms, between vehicle and emergency systems, and others. He added.