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Moro Hub signs Oman ‘Smart City’ partnership deal

by Mark Cantrell
A partnership that aims to explore cutting-edge 'smart city' technology to increase the efficiency of urban infrastructure has been signed in Oman.

A partnership that aims to explore cutting-edge ‘smart city’ technology to increase the efficiency of urban infrastructure has been signed in Oman.

Moro Hub, a subsidiary of Digital DEWA – the digital arm of Dubai Electricity & Water Authority – has signed the agreement with cyber-security services provider, the National Security Services Group (NSSG).

The partnership aims to introduce innovative ‘Smart City‘ and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies across Oman. The deal is said to be a significant milestone in both companies’ efforts to revolutionise urban living, and drive digital transformation in the region.

The agreement was signed by Arif Almalik, chief digital products officer of Moro Hub, and Hamza Al Jaafari, chief technology officer at NSSG.

Al Jaafari said: “Our collaboration with Moro Hub opens up new avenues for technological advancement and economic growth in Oman. By harnessing the power of digital innovation, we aim to foster sustainable development and enhance the quality of life for communities across the Sultanate.”

The partnership aims to explore cutting-edge solutions tailored to enhance the infrastructure and efficiency of cities in Oman. In addition, the engagement is said to underscore the client’s keen interest in leveraging Moro Hub’s state-of-the-art technologies to address their evolving needs and aspirations.

Mohammed Bin Sulaiman, chief executive of Moro Hub, said:”We are pleased to associate with NSSG advancing Oman’s digital landscape. Our collaboration represents more than just a partnership; it’s a commitment to empowering communities, revolutionising infrastructure, and fostering sustainable growth.

“Together, we stand at the forefront of innovation, harnessing the power of Smart Cities to redefine urban living and elevate the quality of life for citizens across Oman. With our combined expertise and unwavering dedication, we are set to unveil limitless possibilities, driving progress and prosperity for generations to come.

“This initiative exemplifies Moro Hub’s core values of innovation, collaboration, and excellence, as we continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible in the digital age.”

With the rapid pace of urbanization and the growing demand for advanced technological solutions, the alliance between Moro Hub and NSSG aims to deliver comprehensive Smart City initiatives that encompass IoT, data analytics, cloud computing, and more.

By combining Moro Hub’s expertise in digital innovation with NSSG’s local insights and network, the partnership is expected to empower cities across Oman with scalable, sustainable, and interconnected solutions.

Bin Sulaiman added: “We are thrilled to join forces with NSSG to bring our Smart City and IoT solutions to Oman. This collaboration exemplifies our commitment to driving progress and innovation in the region, as we work together to create smarter, more resilient cities that cater to the needs of citizens and businesses alike.”


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