Posted on July 26, 2018

Umniah Company, which is a leading Telecom Services Provider in Jordan, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU)  with Qatar Mobility Innovations Center (QMIC), based at the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP), in a move to strengthen its commitment towards enhancing its business incubator, The Tank, and to provide high quality Internet of Things (IoT) based solutions and platforms.

The MoU was signed by Umniah’s CEO, memorandum of understanding (MoU)  with Qatar Mobility Innovations Center (QMICand QMIC’s CEO, Dr. Adnan Abu-Dayya, in the presence of a number of officials from both sides. The MoU will allow The Tank incubator programme of Umniah to take advantage of Labeeb-IoT & other Cloud Computing platforms across multiple domains, as well as conduct extensive training sessions for startups and business leaders benefiting from the incubator programme.

Labeeb-IoT is one of the first comprehensive IoT platforms developed in the region and was launched by QMIC in 2016 and is gaining market acceptance regionally and globally. The Labeeb IoT platform will make it easier and faster for entrepreneurs and enterprises to develop and deploy IoT solutions and services. The platform collects various data from sensors and enables users to conduct actions and develop services based on sensor data. Start-ups and entrepreneurs can benefit from the services offered by the platform in healthcare, transportation, in addition to smart homes and cities, smart energy management, agriculture and industry. 

Last week, The Tank signed an MoU with the BRINC business accelerator, which will have a positive impact on Jordanian startups and entrepreneurs in terms of benefiting from the various services offered by the business incubator, The Tank, in terms of incubating, accelerating and investing in projects. “We are proud to partner with Qatar Mobility Innovations Center, one of the leaders in Internet of Things solutions and platforms, and we hope that our partnership will expand in the near future to serve the interests of Jordanian start-ups and entrepreneurs in the Kingdom,”  said Shattara.

source: The Peninsula

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