Abu Dhabi-based Sinaha Platform, a B2B e-commerce platform supporting national products in the UAE, has signed an agreement with Russian partner Omega Future, to plan and build the first 3D printer and educational robot factory in Abu Dhabi.
The agreement, signed on the sidelines of Make it in the Emirates Forum, aligns with the objectives of the comprehensive national strategy of the Ministry of Industry & Advanced Technology (MoIAT) for developing the UAE’s industrial sector, enhance its role in stimulating the national economy, promote local products among consumers, and make supply chains robust.
The MoU was signed by Kardous Mohammed bin Salem bin Kardous Al-Amiri, Deputy CEO of Sinaha, and Yaroslav Aleinik, founder & CEO of Omega Future, in the presence of HE Osama Amir Fadhel, Assistant Undersecretary of Industry Accelerators Sector at MoIAT, and Arafat Al-Yafei, Executive Director at the Industrial Development Bureau.
Sinaha’s strategic focus is on attracting investments, and advanced technologies and solutions for UAE Industry 4.0, and strengthening Abu Dhabi’s status as an advanced, efficient, and competitive industrial hub in the region.
“The Emirate of Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates support all conditions for the success of industrial projects and provide investors with the right environment to develop their businesses. The 3D printer and robot factory, which will serve the industrial and commercial sectors, will be the first of its kind strategic partnership under the auspices of the Ministry of Industry & Advanced Technology and the Industrial Development Bureau,” adds Al-Amiri.
He also said that the factory will rely on local raw materials, to serve the vision of an industrial platform that focuses on the localization of all factory technologies and their conformity with the approved standards.
Aimed at local, regional, and international markets, the facility will help provide the market with scientific breakthroughs like multifunctional 3D printers to contribute towards economic growth. Depending on the usage, the robots will also be manufactured and programmed on site, focusing on educational robots in the initial stage.