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Dubai's 10X digital initiative is being fleshed out, with the Smart Cities Command and Control Centre being the latest piece to fall into place. Image Credit: DEWA

Dubai: Dubai’s Smart Cities Command and Control Centre has been commissioned. It’s part of the Moro Hub (Data Hub Integrated Services) network.

This will allow government and enterprise clients to fast track the adoption of new-age digital technologies such as IoT, cyber security, cloud and more. The new centre will allow digital entities to make well-informed decisions based on data-driven analysis.

All of these form part of the Dubai 10X initiatives, which has set a roadmap for the city to adopt and rollout digital-enabled tech.

“Clients can enjoy accessible, reliable, secured cloud-based smart infrastructure solutions with proactive monitoring," said Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of DEWA. "Launching state of the art Smart Cities Command and Control Centre empowers governments and enterprises to leverage end-to-end smart cities and smart building solutions without compromising on data security and business continuity.”