Japanese firms descend on Dubai Solar Show

Japanese firms descend on Dubai Solar Show
Published: 21 October 2019 - 5 a.m.

Five leading Japanese companies are exhibiting at the fourth Dubai Solar Show.

The show, alongside WETEX, is being held under the umbrella of the sixth Green Week.

State-held news agency Wam reports that Japanese firms will showcase latest technologies in the construction of large-scale solar power plants, solar panel systems with sun tracking technology, groundwater treatment systems, and industrial water treatment systems that generate potable water.

They will also demonstrate the advanced light detection and ranging system, scanning systems, and data processing systems powered by AI technologies for unmanned aerial vehicles, among others.

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"DEWA is working closely with some of the top Japanese companies to complete leading projects in the fields of digital transformation, Artificial Intelligence and renewable energy, in addition to projects involving Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies,” said HE Saeed Mohammed Al Tayer, MD and CEO of DEWA, and Founder and Chairman of WETEX.

“Japanese companies consider Dubai an ideal destination to explore investment opportunities that the emirate, the UAE and the region provide in the areas of energy, renewable energy, water and the environment.”

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