Siemens, Al Attal and Sigma to build Egypt’s first artificially intelligent compound in the New Capital

Siemens, Al Attal and Sigma to build Egypt’s first artificially intelligent compound in the New Capital

Siemens Egypt, Al-Attal Holding and Sigma signed an agreement to build Egypt’s first residential complex operating on artificial intelligence, IOT and is MetaVerse-friendly.

In a signing agreement at Siemens’ Egypt HQ, the three companies signed an agreement to collaborate in building the new compound in in the New Administrative Capital (NAC). The compound will be completely artificially intelligent through implementing a BMS control system, which operates on an intelligent network for monitoring and controlling a building’s technicalities, as well as implementing a SCADA infrastructure system.

Through these two intelligent control systems, all the data and information needed will be readily available to build an IOT-run central control room, where artificial intelligence will be used to analyze the data and, consequently, perform all operation and maintenance services remotely through the MetaVerse.

“We are pleased with this cooperation which we consider a constructive step to draw a roadmap for digital transformation and develop the skills of the cadres in the construction and real estate development sectors and smart cities, as well as raise the awareness of the construction sector about the latest technological solutions for more efficient and sustainable operating mechanisms,” said Mostafa El Bagoury, CEO of Siemens Egypt.

The technologies will be also connected to a number of robots who will be in charge of regularly cleaning the complex, in addition to the joint cooperation of electric car chargers and electronic security.

“This partnership with Siemens and Al Attal will contribute to creating a new concept for managing and operating residential compounds through the technologies of artificial intelligence, IOT and MetaVerse, to reduce the costs of the energy used in the infrastructure and to raise the efficiency of operation,” said Ahmed Al Zayyat, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Sigma for Smart Cities.

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