The Future of Aviation Laboratory in “District 2071” announced that 6 companies from the United Arab Emirates, the United States, Scotland and Finland have qualified for the final stage of the Passenger Welfare Challenge, which aims to employ future ideas in finding innovative solutions ready for immediate implementation to revitalize the travel sector and keep pace with the rapid changes in the aviation sector.
The challenge, which was launched within the Future Aviation Laboratory Accelerators program, has attracted more than 107 companies specialized in the modern technology sector from 30 countries, who submitted their proposed projects to provide a safer and healthier experience for travelers in light of the conditions and challenges imposed by the new Corona virus pandemic, thus contributing to restoring confidence in travel markets. Globalism.
A specialized jury comprising experts in the aviation and innovation sector selected the eligible projects, based on a set of criteria that included the possibility of implementing the ideas, and their impact on improving the standards of travelers’ health and safety, during flights and after their arrival at their destinations.
Maha Al-Mazina: Utilizing modern technology and strengthening international partnerships
Maha Al Mazina, Director of “District 2071”, which is supervised by the Dubai Future Foundation, stressed that the great changes taking place in the world require accelerating the adoption of modern technology, strengthening international partnerships to keep pace with new trends, and adopting future technology to develop innovative services, products and solutions that meet the needs and contribute positively to the process. Digital transformation of various major sectors.
Al Mazina said: “The partnership with the Future of Aviation Laboratory embodies our common goal of creating new opportunities based on employing modern technology to face global changes, especially in light of the unprecedented challenges in the aviation sector, through effective partnerships with government agencies and international companies emerging from the UAE and abroad. “.
A laboratory for developing and implementing future ideas
The Aviation X Lab includes the work teams of five of the largest global companies, including: Emirates Airlines, Airbus, GE, Thales and Collins, and aims to support scientific research and engineering projects. It sheds light on future ideas and recent innovations in the aviation sector, which is witnessing continuous growth thanks to technology and the creation of new concepts of air mobility, based on artificial intelligence, robotics and other technologies.
The laboratory oversees a set of challenges in partnership between the government and the private sectors, and provides an opportunity for international companies, emerging and innovators, and academics from the UAE and the world to participate in these challenges and to launch, experiment and develop projects and prototypes in “District 2071”.
It is worth noting that “District 2071”, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, “may God protect him”, hosts a variety of workshops, discussion sessions, meetings and field visits, and witnesses the launch of many new products, strategies and innovations. It is a gateway to tomorrow and a platform for applying the UAE model in designing the future through the UAE Centennial 2071.
“District 2071” also includes many laboratories for designing the future and developing innovative ideas, experiences and practices in several key sectors such as aviation, education, health, energy, entrepreneurship, technology, health and logistics.
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