Dubai: The Mohammed bin Rashid Centre for Government Innovation (MBRCGI) has launched the “UAE Innovates Exhibition” at Dubai’s Global Village as part of “UAE Innovates 2023.”
The exhibition, which runs until February 26, focuses on sustainability and includes several impactful innovations from the government sector. The latest innovations of local and federal government agencies, including innovations relating to sustainability launched in 2023, are displayed at the event.
The exhibition further includes a group of innovative products that Emirati talents have designed and produced specifically for “UAE Innovates 2023.” The products are labelled “Made for UAE Innovates.”
Ms. Al Hashimi added that “the UAE Innovates Exhibition represents an incubating environment through which we seek to support innovators from the local community, introduce their innovations, and highlight the top scientific advances and smart solutions that address current and future challenges.”
Mr. Mohamed Sharaf, Chief Operating Officer at Dubai Holding Entertainment, commented that “innovation is the key to shaping the future, and as one of the largest innovation festivals in the world, we are honoured to not only host the UAE Innovates Exhibition at Global Village but also play our role in contributing to enhancing the UAE’s position as a global hub for innovation.”
The products displayed at the UAE Innovates Exhibition were chosen according to certain criteria, including sustainability.
The exhibition witnessed wide participation from government agencies, including the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Climate Change and the Environment, the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai, the Emirates Health Services Corporation, Al Dhafra Municipality, the Mohammed bin Rashid Global Centre for Endowment Consultancy, and Al-Hiba (affiliated with the Islamic Affairs and Endowments Authority in Dubai) and the Noon Mahali platform.
UAE Innovates 2023 represents the largest national event of its kind in the world to celebrate innovation and innovators.