Schneider Electric has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the real estate developer Arab Developers Holding to collaborate on a number of projects within Egypt and beyond.
“Utilizing and building EcoStruxure platforms will be the cornerstone of these collaborations, enabling our partners to establish and manage different components of the smart infrastructure in an optimal way,” said Fouad Zayed, Vice President of Digital Energy & EcoStruxure for Egypt, North-East Africa and Levant Cluster, Schneider Electric.
He said these platforms are designed to enable the use of innovations like the Internet of Things (IoT), and it is planned to use EcoStruxure platforms in executing and managing electricity, water, and gas networks, as well as ventilation and air conditioning systems.
“Another edge is that they also allow for an easy management of networks and databases and comes fully complete with a fully functional operations control unit,” he said.
Ayman Khalifa, Group Chief Executive Officer of Arab Developers Holding, said the MoU signed with Schneider Electric comes within the framework of the company’s commitment to meet its clients’ expectations by offering smart cities that will be the first of their kind in the local market.