Advanced Electronics Company, one of the leading Saudi companies in electronics and information technology, a subsidiary of SAMI, a Public Investment Fund (PIF) company, has signed eight agreements, Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) and cooperation with government agencies and international companies, as part of its efforts to contribute to the digital transformation strategy in the Kingdom.
This came after the company participated in the LEAPP23 International Technical Conference, the largest technical event in the world that was held over four days at the Riyadh interface for exhibitions and conferences from February 6-9, 2023, with the participation of experts in promising global future technologies, and attracted more 100,000 tech innovators and experts from around the world.
The CEO of the Advanced Electronics Company, Eng. Ziad Al-Musallam (photo), said that the agreements will contribute to the development of the digital infrastructure of the Kingdom in various sectors and represent a quantum leap in the digital transformation process as an enabler to achieve the goals of the Kingdom's Vision 2030, which confirms the significant success achieved by participating in the LEAP23 conference for the second year in a row.
Al-Musallam indicated that participation in the LEAP23 conference allowed the company to introduce its role within the system of building the technical capabilities of the Kingdom and to support initiatives that advance the local industry in general.
The agreements included signing with the Ministry of Sports to provide support in digital transformation concerning smart stadiums, digital solutions, cybersecurity and infrastructure, localization of expertise in information technology and contribution to the digital transformation, business continuity, and digital sports industry. In addition to signing a cooperation agreement with the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture to support initiatives to improve digital infrastructure, a Memorandum of Understanding was also signed with Saudi Arabia Railways (SAR) to provide security solutions, managed services, and IT infrastructure solutions.
A Memorandum of Understanding was also signed with the Saudi Electricity Company to provide infrastructure solutions, transfer and localize technologies, and a contract for operating digital technical infrastructure and technical support with the General Authority for Survey and Geospatial Information (GASGI).
The company also signed cooperation agreements with Chronolife, Intelligent Security Systems (ISS), and Advanced Technology and Cybersecurity (Sirar). The agreements include providing support in the areas of infrastructure development, infrastructure projects in government sectors, developing the system of internal and external communication with the authorities, localization of modern technology in the technical field, and continuous development and qualification of the company's employees and partners in the sectors, in addition to investing in new projects, localizing them, and enabling the smart cities sector.