PCFC participates in Gitex Global with creative projects
Under the slogan ‘Driving the Economy through innovation’, the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation (PCFC) is launching 16 new projects and innovative digital initiatives at the 42nd edition of Gitex Global 2022. The world’s largest technology exhibition, which will take place from 10-14 October at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
Among these projects is the PCFC Digital Hybrid-Multi-Cloud project, which, as the name suggests, will help create a hybrid digital cloud infrastructure that provides multiple integrated solutions for complete and sustainable digital transformation.
Another creative project is the Tech Lab project; a portable tech lab that uses smart technology to test ballast water on board ships. The process uses a first-of-its-kind device in the UAE that examines water samples and produces results in less than a minute before dumping them into the sea.
Other projects such as Dubai Maritime Map, IBlue, PCFC One Portal, a smart platform for offshore timber docks and a smart maritime vessel inspection project will also be showcased.
Sultan Bin Sulayem, chairman and CEO of DP World Group and chairman of the Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, said: “These technological breakthroughs will help attract more investors to the emirate, who can generate higher revenues and pay lower costs. PCFC has been able to contain the shifting global challenges through cohesive management and digital solutions that support flexible and agile supply chains and shipping operations.”
Ahmed Mahboob Musabih, CEO of Dubai Customs and CEO of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, said Dubai Customs is launching a number of its latest digital software and artificial intelligence technologies to automate services and further simplify customs procedures.
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