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Abu Dhabi’s ADDED links up with Italy’s MADE to fuel Industry 4.0

ADDED’s efforts to enhance the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem and accelerate transformation of the manufacturing sector in Abu Dhabi is reflected by the cooperation with MADE, the leading centre in supporting businesses to manage innovation, technological transfer, applied research, and implementation of Industry 4.0 tools

To support sustainable growth and Industry 4.0 applications, the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development (ADDED) has linked up with MADE Competence Centre 4.0, part of the Industry 4.0 Italian ecosystem.

To be ready for the transformation through Industry 4.0 Skills Development Programme, ADDED and MADE will collaborate to build awareness of opportunities linked to Industry 4.0 applications, provide access to best practices, enhance the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem, and build the technical capabilities of the industrial workforce.

ADDED’s efforts to enhance the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem and accelerate transformation of the manufacturing sector in Abu Dhabi is reflected by the cooperation with MADE, the leading centre in supporting businesses to manage innovation, technological transfer, applied research, and implementation of Industry 4.0 tools.

“The agreement with MADE is part of our efforts to achieve the ambitious goals of Abu Dhabi Industrial Strategy by working closely with best-in-class partners in various areas to ensure the ecosystem in the emirate is empowering manufacturers to transition to Industry 4.0 technologies,” Rashed Abdulkarim Al Blooshi, Undersecretary of ADDED, said.

“We believe investing in human capital is paramount to the success of our initiatives. Therefore, we are focusing on the technical capabilities of current industrial workforce to equip them with necessary knowledge and skills to be ready for the transformation to Industry 4.0. In addition, the strategy aims to create 13,600 new knowledge based, quality jobs,” Al Blooshi added.

ugusto De Castro, General Manager of MADE S.C.A R.L. said: “We are pleased to cooperate with ADDED and the Industrial Development Bureau (IBD) as part of their comprehensive digital and Industry 4.0 advancements roadmap, which is guiding their industrial sector.”

“This strategic partnership comes at an opportune time, as Abu Dhabi continues to cement its status as a leading industrial hub with a unique business ecosystem. We at MADE Competence Centre 4.0 are working relentlessly with all our global partners and governments to ensure that our programmes and initiatives continue to maximise benefits for them as they expedite their adoption of Industry 4.0 solutions.”

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