ABU DHABI 30 September 2022: The Abu Dhabi Quality and Compliance Council (QCC) has released the region’s first Abu Dhabi Technology Readiness Guide, designed to support innovation and entrepreneurship in the emirate by adopting new, highly viable business projects technology in.


Published after approval by the Council’s Standing Technical Committee on Abu Dhabi Technical Standards, the guideline is based on a comprehensive study of the best international standards worldwide and will provide a unified measure of Abu Dhabi’s technological readiness and maturity.

The guidance was issued at the request of the Abu Dhabi Competitiveness Office, Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development, with an agreement between a working group led by the Abu Dhabi Department of Economics and members of various entities, including Abu Dhabi National Oil Company. (ADNOC), Emirates International Aluminum Company, Emirates University, Ministry of Municipalities and Transport, Ministry of Education and Knowledge, Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Ministry of Health, Abu Dhabi Public Health Centre, Ministry of Energy, Abu Dhabi Agriculture and Food Safety Authority and Abu Dhabi Environment Agency.

The guide aims to develop a unified measure of Abu Dhabi’s technological maturity and readiness based on the different concepts prevalent on the subject, which in turn will lead to the creation of references to various international standards. It will also provide a uniform and reliable standard for assessing the readiness of any new technology, helping to assist investors, government agencies, R&D centers, innovation incubators and stakeholders in making decisions about it as an effective tool for risk assessment related to risk assessment a wise decision. Technology development.

As a unified professional reference, the guide will support innovation in Abu Dhabi by providing innovators and investors with the necessary tools and guidance to better identify the stage of technology being developed and make appropriate decisions.

Badr Khamis Al-Shamili, Executive Director of the Council’s Compliance and Standardization Services, said the release of the guidance is in line with the direction of the Abu Dhabi government to focus on sectors of the economy that rely on knowledge and innovation, for relevant authorities in different sectors according to Abu Dhabi Deploy the technology as appropriate to the readiness and maturity of the purpose and requirements of the service.

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Update On7 Feb 2022
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