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Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai has announced the launch of the Dubai robotics and automation programme which aims to support the development technologies in the emirate.
Led by the Dubai Future Foundation, the programme aims to boost the contribution of the robotics and automation sector to 9 per cent of the emirate's gross domestic product within 10 years.
It includes five major initiatives and focuses on five future areas of research and development, including production and manufacturing, health, logistics and transportation, tourism and customer services, and improving working conditions.
The programme will also provide 200,000 robots to raise levels of efficiency and productivity in the service, industrial and logistics sectors, and contribute to enhancing the competitiveness of the economy over the next 10 years, Dubai media office said.
We seek to make Dubai one of the world’s top 10 cities in robotics and automation by adopting and developing advanced robotics technologies, empowering national talent and generating innovative new solutions, products and services,
Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed said.
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